Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1959 Spring steel, leather Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen The PK33 stool from Fritz Hansen's "Poul Kjaerholm collection". Simple yet distinguished, a typical Kjærholm style in an exclusive and minimalist design. The discrete and elegant PK33 stool is suitable for any environment, from lounges and waiting areas to private homes. Poul Kjærholm had a particular interest in various construction materials; especially steel, which he considered a natural material. He was a trained carpenter who continued studies at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts. He moved on to work at Fritz Hansen, for about a year, where he designed a number of noteworthy chair prototypes. In 1955, Kjærholm started collaborating with manufacturer Ejvind Kold Christensen, which lasted until his death in 1980. In 1982, Fritz Hansen took over the production and sales of "The Kjærholm Collection", developed from 1951 to 1967, designs, which are logical to the minute detail with an aura of exclusivity. The PK33 stool features a detachable cushion and a matte chromed spring steel base. It is available in your choice of leathers. 20.9" dia. | 13.4" h
Design Hans Wegner, 1965 Hardwood, upholstered seat Made in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son CH50 dates back to 1965 and is a smart and quite comfortable chair. A classic piece of Danish Modern designed by the masterful Hans wegner. Hans J Wegner trained as a cabinet-maker before attending the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, where he later lectured from 1946 to 1953. From 1938 to 1942, he worked as a furniture designer in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller's architectural practice. In 1943, he set up his own office in Gentofte and collaborated with Borge Mogensen in the design of an apartment shown at the 1946 Cabinetmakers' Exhibition in Copenhagen. Throughout his long career, he has designed furniture extensively for Johannes Hansen and Fritz Hansen. The Royal Society of Arts, London made him an 'Honorary Royal Designers for Industry' in 1959.
For over 35 years, Oiva Toikka has created the Birds collection. Hislimitless imagination and knowledge of glass has made it possible tocreate small miracles of life, sought after by collectors globally.Each bird is individually mouth blown and thus unique, a gift thatkeeps on giving forever. Dimensions: 7 1/4" H x 10 3/4" L Colors and Designs may vary slightly from image shown. Images c/o iittala Due to possible lead contents this product has a California Proposition 65 hollow-ware warning.
Belgian design house Ethnicraft has done it again with their classically minimalist lines. The traditional and organic feel of solid teak wood meets contemporary 18/10 gauge stainless steel in the Essential Collection. Teak's easy care properties make it the perfect choice for heavy use households. This product is made using sustainable and responsible wood and is FSC certified. Imported from Belgium.
akari light sculptures by isamu noguchi are considered icons of 1950s modern design. designed by noguchi beginning in 1951 and handmade for a half century by the original manufacturer in gifu, japan, the paper lanterns are a harmonious blend of japanese handcraft and modernist form. the lamps are created from handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing, supported by a metal frame. due to the nature of the material in the lamps, akari are not UL listed and are non-returnable. some akari are stocked for immediate delivery; 10 to 12 week delivery time should be expected on the more rare forms. recognizing an original: a genuine akari model will have a stamped red sun and half moon with japan written under the symbol on the shade. next to the symbol will be the signature i. noguchi. the lamps age gracefully due to the quality of the paper. dimensions: 21N: 33"x44" – 75W 23N: 33"x47" – 75W 25N: 33"x46" – 75W 27N: 22"x46" – 75W bulb not included stacking A: 9"dia.x54.2"h - base height 5" stacking B: 9"dia.x45.3"h - base height 5" stacking C: 9"dia.x64.3"h - base height 5" stacking D: 9"dia.x58.3"h - base height 5"
Design Cecilie Manz, 2009 Solid oak, ash or walnut Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen "I work with things that have a meaning to me. My general idea is always to have a clear argument legitimizing the designs that I make. Function is essential, and if I cannot formulate a good reason for a new product, it is better to refrain from making it" -Cecilie Manz Essay is an exclusive table series in solid wood, created by the Danish designer Cecilie Manz. What distinguishes Essay is its solid yet light design. The design is a perfect example of Cecilie Manz' approach with its simple lines and sparse form. The table consists of three elements - a table top and two bases - in a simple and natural construction that gives it both an elegant look and flexible functionality. The table is perfect as the gathering point for any home where family members, friends and guests meet. Danish born Cecilie Manz chose design as her living when she began studying at the Danish School of Design in 1992. In 1998, a year after she graduated from school, she started her own studio, Manz Lab, and it's been the center of her work ever since. Cecilie Manz has exhibited all over the world and is permanently represented in the exhibitions of MOMA and the Danish Design Center. She has has been awarded several significant prizes for her conceptual designs. Essay is available in a variety of sizes. The table top and bases are offered in several types of wood. The bases are also available in wood with a high gloss finish (please call for details). Each table end can be expanded with black linoleum extension leaves. CM12: 74.8" L | 39.4" w | 28.3" h CM22: 88.6 L | 39.4" w | 28.3" h CM32: 104.3" L | 39.4" w | 28.3" h CM42: 116 L | 39.4" w | 28.3" h CM90 extension leaf: 18.9" L | 39.4" w
Fritz Hansen essay table $5,565
Design Isamu Noguchi, 1953 Chromed rod, wood Made in USA by Knoll The Noguchi Cyclone table was conceived in 1953 as a rocking stool made of metal wire and wood. Noguchi's playful object was manufactured the following year in varying sizes, and later evolved into a table that became a companion piece to the Bertoia wire children's chair. Reintroduced by Knoll in collaboration with the Noguchi foundation, the design is now being meticulously produced from Noguchi's original drawings. Knoll is the only authorized and licensed manufacturer and each piece features a signature plate under the table top bearing the KnollStudio logo and Isamu Noguchi's signature. Available in black or white laminate top. 20" h | 24" dia.
The consummate modernist chandelier, Poul Henningsen's Artichoke Lamp (1958) is composed of layers of overlapping “leaves” that produce crisp, glare-free 360-degree light. Each leaf is laser-cut for precision and configured by hand. The Artichoke is aptly suited to a dining room, entryway or reception desk. Bulbs (not included): incandescent 200W/120V/A23/E26 for small; incandescent 500W/120V/A21/E26 for large. UL Listed. Made in Denmark. Materials Brushed copper leaves with lacquered finish; high-polish chromed steel frame; stainless steel aircraft cables.
Belgian design house Ethnicraft has done it again with their classically minimalist lines. The traditional and organic feel of solid teak wood meets contemporary 18/10 gauge stainless steel in the Essential Collection. Teak's easy care properties make it the perfect choice for heavy use households and the European stainless steel hardware is built to last. This product is made using sustainable and responsible wood and is FSC certified. Imported from Belgium.
Design Seyhan -zdemir & Sefer Caglar American white oak or black walnut, upholstery Made in Portugal by De La Espada Once again, Autoban draws inspiration from childhood memories to great effect. This generously proportioned lounge chair reminds us of playing outside on snowy winter days, while offering itself as the cosy refuge indoors. Available in oak or walnut with your choice of upholstery. Autoban has teamed up with De La Espada to create a new furniture line, Autoban Built by De La Espada. Select designs from Autoban's ever-growing product portfolio are built in De La Espada factories in Spain and Portugal, and are available in De La Espada's signature material range including solid American Black Walnut or American White Oak. Autoban Built by De La Espada combines the best qualities of the two collaborating design firms for a range of furniture that is clever, fresh and exciting while strongly rooted in traditional craft and the integrity of a lifetime of experience. In 2003, Seyhan and Sefer founded Autoban, an interior design and product studio that has been gaining widespread recognition and receiving design awards around the world. Hailing from Istanbul, Autoban has a wealth of culture from which to draw a unique aesthetic language. They use raw materials to create sleek, modern designs with varied cultural and historic elements with a splash of whimsy. Founders Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Caglar find their core inspiration in nature, daily rituals, childhood memories and the city in which they live. 25.5" w | 31.5" d | 24.6" h | seat: 10.6" h oak: $1,645.00 + $295.00 curbside delivery in the continental U.S.
Design Piero Lissoni, 2006 Stainless steel base, upholstery Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen The Lissoni lounge collection is newly developed furniture in an international design language. A simple and classic, yet sophisticated and contemporary series. The collection adds a plethora of different possibilities in the furnishing of any space, whether in the reception area, meeting room or work area, in the lounge - or at home. The lounge collection is completed by chairs and tables. After receiving his degree in architecture form the Milan Polytecnic, Piero Lissoni worked as a furniture designer before founding his own studio in 1986, specializing in architecture, interior and graphic design. He has collaborated with furniture companies, worked on a number of architecture projects in Japan and worked on design projects that have included a shopping center, an art gallery, a Cordon Bleu cooking school, logos and trademarks. He has received numerous awards including the Chicago Athenaeum 2002 Good Design® Award for the Divina collection. The Lissoni Lounge collection includes a sofa as a 1-seater, 2-seater or 3-seater. The sofa series is upholstered in a wide range of fabrics and leathers and rests on a matte polished or black lacquered stainless steel frame. This series, together with the satellite tables and the lounge chairs, are a highly contemporary collection. 3-seater sofa with arms: 110.2" w | 36.2" d | 29.5" h | seat: 16.1" h
Designer: Christoph Matthias Paper, concrete, metal, stainless steel, carbon-fiber, silicone, glass-fiber shade. Electronic transformer, continuously variable dimmer. Material: Paper, Concrete, Metal, Steel Dimensions: 35.43"H Lamp Type: HALOGEN Bulbs: 1 X 50W 125V GY6.35 halogen bulb
Scottish designer Donna Wilson is well known in the UK for her quirky knitted home accessories. To her, knitting “means I have complete control over the fabric I create, color, pattern and texture as I am making a fabric from a piece of yarn,” she says. “I still find this amazing.” Perfectly patterned in delightful color combinations, Wilson's Nos Da Throw and Pillow (2009), which are named for a Welsh phrase meaning “good night,” are a modern take on traditional English double cloth. This special textile doesn't have a post-weaving wash, making it durable and hard wearing. The wool is spun in a Yorkshire mill to create the required thick yarn, and then woven at a 100-year-old mill in Wales. The method allows for Nos Da's complex patterns and surface textures. Made in England. Materials 100% wool.
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