About A Chair (AAC11)
This version of About a Chair has a swivel base in powder-coated steel, which gives the chair a more formal expression, both because the wooden frame has been replaced with steel and because the delicate and elegant legs fan out from the centred base, almost standing on tiptoes and optically raising the chair off the floor. In this open version, the inviting seat offers an informal break in a private or professional context.
Available with seat pad in black Sierra Leather
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.
A group of lines that create an elegant, fascinating symphony in a suspended, almost magical equilibrium and give life to a new lamp designed to feature in large public and private spaces. Aluminium elements flow and combine together to give the lamp a light, bodiless effect.
GMG Chaise Longue
The GMG Chaise Longue was designed in 1951 by Greta M. Grossman and with playful elegance it is perfectly angled for lounging whilst preserving all the streamlined qualities of a mid-century design. Built in a shape designed for relaxation it mirrors the body’s natural curves while appearing to float above its distinctive slender legs – a genuine signature of Greta M. Grossman’s work. The GMG Chaise Longue shows a strong interest in merging functionality and comfort, while simultaneously remaining a delicate and powerful design language, revealing unique, light and iconic touches. Representing a literal link between European design and Californian modernism, Grossman designed the GMG Chaise Longue by successfully combining her Swedish fondness for colour and texture with the opportunities allowed by bright and open spaces of Southern California.
Maritime objects fascinate because of their contrasting surfaces. The roughness of corroded wood aging with beauty, blended with the industrial efficiency of metal structures. This is the inspiration behind the Raft range created by Norm.Architects Kasper Rnn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen have taken a modern scandinavian approach to create a unique piece of furniture that combines simplistic purity with a discreetly aged look. The sandblasted surface of the stool legs, accentuate the structure of the wood, while the triple legs have the playful appearance of a living creature in motion. The position of the legs allow for two seating positions, either with a single leg forward or two. The flat seat also makes the stool equally useful as a side table.
A rangoli is a Hindu floral design with a long historic tradition, which is placed on the floor at the entrance of some houses or buildings as a welcome symbol and to provide protection or wish good luck. The graphic is normally made up of flower petals, leaves, coloured powders, rice flour and other elements that act as a vehicle for decoration. Inspired by the essence of these works, the rug keeps the same intention with its design, serving as a sign of wellbeing and welcome. In addition to their beautiful historical undertones, the pieces in this series give extraordinary charm to living rooms or dining rooms in their large format, or passage ways and bedrooms in the smaller size.
Visu Chair Wood Base Textile Frame
The VISU wood base chair is an ergonomic and functional chair with a timeless and recognizable profile. Formpressed veneer wood gives the shell of the chair its characteristic shape and creates visible lines and patterns in the surface that complement the design. The details and shapes of the wooden legs create an illusion of the chair floating elegantly over the floor.
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