HAY’s 13Eighty chair designed by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings is aptly named after the number of tiny holes in the moulded polypropylene shell. These perforations create a characteristic aesthetic, where transparency and a play of light and shadows add to the chair’s expression, while the variations in the sizes of the holes bring a sense of movement to the visual appearance. They also have a functional use in draining rainwater off when the chairs are used outdoors. Available with or without armrests in a stackable design that features steel legs with a weather-resistant coating to make it suitable for outdoor use.
About A Chair with Gaslift (AAC52)
Perhaps the most functional chair of the series, the About A Chair AAC52 features a five-legged castor base equipped with a semi-automatic gas lift that can adjust the seat height from 42 to 56 cm. Just like the rest of the series, the aluminium base can be combined with the original, open seat or rounded shell to make the look as formal or relaxed as you like. A wide choice of colours and fabrics give you further options to adapt the chair to whatever environment you need.
The About A Chair with Gaslift has a 5 legged base with castors and swivel seat. Choose from full polypropylene seat, a fixed seat cushion, polypropylene with front upholstery seat or fully upholstered seat.
Adnet Rectangulaire Wall Mirror
The Adnet Rectangulaire Mirror originates from the partnership of the designer Jaques Adnet and a famous French fashion house in 1950’s. By applying the fashion house’s knowledge and high quality of leather to Jacques Andet’s innovative thinking and design vision, the two parts created a series of remarkable interior designs. Among them were the Adnet Rectangulaire leather mirror studded with burnished brass rivets on the edges, a characteristic detailing of Adnet’s work.
With its simplicity of design combined with the warmth of leather and finest detailing, the Adnet Rectangulaire Mirror in three sizes serves equally well in a hallway, bathroom and dressing room, either horizontal, vertical, mounted to the wall or spontaneously leaned against it. It adds depth, reflect light, expand horizons and add a magical allure.
Bellevue AJ7 Floor Lamp
With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp. The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, three desk lamps and a wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials.
Mayor shows a moderation of modernism and a unique regional adaptation: the frame is made of solid oak, the upholstery is tight but with three loose cushions that comprise the seating area, and there is generally a more human approach to modernism with a focus on livability. The sofa is made of high quality materials. The tight upholstery and the two rows of elegant buttons that extend over the armrests and back give the sofa a simple and stylish look. Thus the sofa fits perfectly into both modern homes and workplaces, where quality and design are important parameters.
The TS Coffee Table creates a sophisticated and sculptural aesthetics for any room with its characteristic slender legs, beautifully crossing details and contrasting solid table top.
Designed by GamFratesi for the renowned restaurant The Standard in Copenhagen, where not only its name got its inspiration but also aesthetics and material choices were found. The TS Table is available in three sizes, with a marble table top and black lacquered frame contrasting the marble top. The selection of the marble top is Bianco Carrara, Nero Marquina, Verde Guatemala or Marrone Emperador.
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