4.30.2009


Swedese, Cartoon
Stine Gam, Enrico Fratesi, 2008

Cartoon easy chair made in solid oak or black stain is equipped with an oversize backrest with small buttons inside. 

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Fontana Arte, 2198
Archivio Storico, 1954

Floor lamp with dimmer. Satin aluminium base. Stem in pear wood. Diffuser in satin white opal blown glass.
2198/1 — 1x150W E27 (IN), 2198 — 4x60W E27 (IN) + 1x100W E27 (IN)

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4.29.2009


Classicon, E1027
Eileen Gray, 1927

Adjustable side table. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Top of crystal glass clear, parsol grey or metal black.
Among the classics this is perhaps the classic. Its ingeniously proportioned, distinctive form has made this height-adjustable table into one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century. It is named after the summer house E 1027, “Maison en bord de mer”, that Eileen Gray built for herself and for her collaborator, Jean Badovici. Likewise, the secret code-name comes from her: E is for Eileen, 10 for Jean (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet), 2 for B(adovici) and 7 for G(ray). 

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Cappellini, Ko-ko
Shiro Kuramata, 1986

Service table in black-stained ash and polish chromed metal. 50 x 45 x H 61 cm

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Shadow, Cappellini
Christian Ghion, 2001

Chaise longue with metal structure and moulded polyurethane foam, fixed cover in fabrics and leathers of the collection. Satined stainless steel base.

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Antonio Lupi, Baia
Carlo Colombo

Oval Cristalplant tub complete with drain and pressure plug, weight 125 kg, capacity 400 l. 185 x 90 x H 50 cm

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4.28.2009


Vitra, 06
Maarten Van Severen, 2005

Revealing the same lack of compromise with regard to shape as the .05, the great comfort of the .06 becomes apparent only when it is used. The flexible integrated foam seat and back shell, with foam-coated compound springs in the back, provide a sensation of dynamic seating. The stainless steel tubular frame means the chair is ideally suited for outdoor use.

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Artemide, Arcadia
Ernesto Gismondi, Giancarlo Fassina, 1995

Polished-chromed metal base, wooden stem in polished-chromed metal or in varnished mahogany, diffuser in white sanded glass. Available in table and bedside table lamp version. Direct and diffused light.

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Vitra, Stool
Charles Eames and Ray Eames, 1960

In 1960 the Eames office was commissioned by Time Inc. to fit out three lobbies in the Rockefeller Center in New York. As well as complete interior fixtures and fittings the project included the comfortable Lobby Chairs and a series of solid walnut stools. These turned stools which (as Ray Eames originally intended) can also be used as occasional tables, have three different design details in their centre sections. 

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4.27.2009


Vitra, Monopod
Jasper Morrison, 2008

Jasper Morrison’s Monopod is a sculptural peice, vaguely reminiscent of primordial stone or wooden objects. The Monopod stands sturdily, tapering with an elegant curve to a wedge-shaped backrest. As a small visitor armchair, the Monopod is a companion for sofas and larger armchairs, and in public areas thanks to its solidity can be used in lounges and reception areas. The structure of the armchair, with its plastic shell upholstered on the inside means that the Monopod retains its precise shape even if used for lengthier periods and is very comfortable.

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spHaus, 004.01
Filippo Dell'Orto, 2002

Rectangular or square table in powder-coated with glossy finish. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. 140 x 140 x H 75 cm, 200 x 85 x H 75 cm

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Zanotta, Tempo
Prospero Rasulo, 2001

Occasional table/stand. Stiff polyurethane cones, steel stem, scratch-resistant embossing or brushed glossy lacquer in the colours shown on the colour card. In the lacquered version, it also comes with a white Carrara marble top.

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Vitra, 05
Maarten Van Severen, 2004

The success story that is the cantilever-based chair is already almost 80 years old but .05 offers a design whose uncompromising shape and outstanding comfort surpass even those of the classic version of this chair - Mart Stam's 1926 cantilevered chair.

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Ligne Roset, Solo
Barbara Thompson, 2003

Vase in fibreglass finished in gloss lacquer, comprising 10 layers of fibreglass and 25 of lacquer, brushed on then carefully polished. The lacquer hardens as it dries to form a light but resistant protective layer around the fibreglass. The lacquer is made from a natural resin, mixed with pigments or powders.

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4.26.2009


Vitra, Cite Armchair
Jean Prouve, 1930

Cite Armchair is one of Prouve's early masterpieces, designed for a competition for furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's cite universitaire. Prouve himself used this armchair with its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps in the living room of his house. Moulded sheet steel base, seat and back in single-piece fabric or leather cover, armrests made of natural leather straps. 84 x 68 x 95 cm 

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Cappellini, Oak Table Module
Jasper Morrison, 2006

Series of detachable rectangular low tables, superposable and aggregable. Top in natural solid oak, detachable legs in turned natural oak. Tops surface have circular marks to let elements be superposable.

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Classicon, Double X with glass top
Eileen Gray, 1928

When an avant-garde steel tube design meets the classical refectory table, the result is the Double X. A large, yet elegant table, its xshaped supports make for optimum rigidity. Like so many of Eileen Gray‘s designs, the Double X is a master of many roles, cutting a fi ne fi gure both as a dining room table and as a desk or offi ce table for individualists. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Tabletop in crystal glass. 82-110 x 224 x H 73 cm

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Classicon, Double X
Eileen Gray, 1928

When an avant-garde steel tube design meets the classical refectory table, the result is the Double X. A large, yet elegant table, its xshaped supports make for optimum rigidity. Like so many of Eileen Gray‘s designs, the Double X is a master of many roles, cutting a fi ne fi gure both as a dining room table and as a desk or offi ce table for individualists. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Tabletops available in: MDF high-gloss lacquer fi nish or veneered with real wood in American walnut or black-stained ash. 82-110 x 224 x H 73 cm

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4.25.2009


Cappellini, Mini Bottle
Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby, 2008

Low service table manufactured in ceramic and available in white, blue or black colours. Mini Bottle is produced in one of the more famous italian handicraft laboratories, where earth is transformed in masterpieces. A small, but fascinating little piece of furniture. 
45 x H 42 cm

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Cappellini, Sibal
Marco Colombo, 2008

Sibal is a wide-dimensioned dining table, elegant and refinedly simple: an item which join the light of the chrome surfaces to the warm colours of veneers. Tops are manufactured in wood, wenge, natural oak and natural santos; base are produced in polish chromed stainless steel. 1000 x 2500 x H 710 cm and 1000 x 3100 x H 710 cm

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LigneRoset, Hyannis Port dining table
Eric Jourdan, 2007

Table with two half-moon tops in panels of particleboard finished in either oak veneer or lacquer. Base is in brilliant-chromed steel with adjustable jacks set. When closed, the table seats 6-8, with the extension leaves in place, it can accomodate 10-12.

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4.24.2009


Porro, Groove
Piero Lissoni, 2008

Simplicity, equilibrium and symmetry - the basic principles of typically Zen aesthetics, can be found in the Groove bench in solid wood. The bench is obtained by means of a single horizontal beam, raised on two support bases which are inclined and jointed. A project reduced to minimum terms where every element exerts a clear structural function. The elementary nature of the sign exalts the richness of the support. The particular nature of the product is all encapsulated in the material used - Hemlock wood, a North- American wood with incredibly clear veins, with the chromatic spectrum between white and yellow.

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Desalto, A1
Arik Levy, 2005

Small armchair with brushed stainless flat steel frame. Seat and back in expanded polyurethane. Covered in fabric or leather. Frame, seat and back are detachable.

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4.23.2009


Cor, Quant Tables
Alfred Kleene, Gabriele Assmann

With the Quant chair and table programme, too, you can choose from a number of different models. We produce the tables in two widths and three lengths and combine them with precious surfaces such as walnut, natural maple or lacquered. 

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Cor, Quant Sofas
Alfred Kleene, Gabriele Assmann

The Quant sofas, in three widths and with their characteristic runners, are at once an eye-catcher and tranquil element in any home and combine beautifully with the armchairs. Quant is available in four variants: runners, rollers, feet or rotating plate. Whatever version you choose - the design remains clear and pure. Available widths: 136, 166 and 196 cm.

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Cor, Quant Lounge Armchair
Alfred Kleene, Gabriele Assmann

A narrow, delicaite armchair that adapts to its environment and integrates itself without being dominant or pushy. The tiny difference with immense impact lies almost hidden within the armchair. QUANT can be mobile on rollers or make a striking impression on runners. It can be solid and immobile on feet or turn its back on you with a swift rotation. QUANT is available in four variants: runners, rollers, feet or rotating plate. Whatever version you choose - the design remains clear and pure.

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Cor, Quant Chairs
Alfred Kleene, Gabriele Assmann

With the Quant chair and table programme, too, you can choose from a number of different models. We produce the tables in two widths and three lengths and combine them with precious surfaces such as walnut, natural maple or lacquered. The matching chairs are either obtainable in striking swing-frame style or with classic cheek armrests and mounted on either rollers or a pair of runners.

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4.22.2009


Cor, Quant Armchairs
Alfred Kleene, Gabriele Assmann

A narrow, delicaite armchair that adapts to its environment and integrates itself without being dominant or pushy. The tiny difference with immense impact lies almost hidden within the armchair. Quant can be mobile on rollers or make a striking impression on runners. It can be solid and immobile on feet or turn its back on you with a swift rotation. Quant is available in four variants: runners, rollers, feet or rotating plate. Whatever version you choose - the design remains clear and pure.

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spHaus, 002.09 Light
Filippo Dell'Orto, 2002

Rectangular table with steel chromed frame. Tabletop in transparent crystal, extralight crystal, coloured stratified glass or lacquered crystal, 15 mm thick.

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spHaus, 002.09
Filippo Dell'Orto, 2002

Rectangular table with chrome-plated steel frame or epoxy painted steel structure in various colours in the catalogue. MDF tabletop reinforced with two aluminium plates and finished with opaque polyurethane lacquer or hand-polished polyester.

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Zanotta, Giotto
Paolo Lomazzi, Jonathan De Pas, Donato D'Urbino, 1975

Varnished beech frame with red bracket or in black painted wood finished with scratchresistant embossing. Vertically adjustable revolving seat. 

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Ligne Roset. Plato
Jacques Ducru, 2005

Low table in lacquered MDF with 40x40x5cm cutout in one corner of the top, which is designed to take an optional tray of the same dimensions.

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4.21.2009


Zanotta, Sushi
Carlo Colombo, 2005

Frame in natural or wenge-stained oak. Cushion-holding steel frame varnished aluminium. Elastic strip springing. Cushions upholstered in goose down. Removable cover in fabric or leather. 

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BB Italia, Eileen tables and console
Antonio Citterio, 2003

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Vitra, Prismatic Table
Isamu Noguchi, 1957

Noguchi's Prismatic Table is based on purely geometric forms. This novel three-legged side table with its hexagonal tabletop is made of folded sheet aluminium and was inspirerd by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques. Collection Vitra Design Museum. 37,5 x 41 x H 41 cm

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Cappellini, Brick
Erwan Bouroullec, Ronan Bouroullec, 2001

Modular bookcase in white macroter lacquered wooden honeycomb; units can be placed one upon another. Book-stops in poplar multi-ply and beech solid wood are available macroter lacquered in purple, brown, grey, fluorescent yellow and fluorescent orange colours; they are available in two heights, one for the middle unit, one for the upper and lower ones.

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Zanotta, Marcuso Rectangle
Marco Zanuso, 1970

15 mm, plate glass top. Ø 100 mm, removable legs in 18/8 stainless steel or painted in black or anthracite. Legs screwed onto stainless steel discs fixed to the glass. The table top can be supplied in any size.

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4.20.2009


Zanotta, Marcuso Round
Marco Zanuso, 1970

15 mm, plate glass top. Ø 635 mm, 18/8 stainless steel base with three, Ø 100 mm, removable legs. The legs are screwed onto stainless steel discs fixed to the glass. The table top can be supplied in any size.

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Cor, Sinus
Reinhold Adolf, Hans-Jürgen Schröpfer, 1976 (reedition 2004)

Even in 1976 the Sinus armchair was ahead of its time, with swinging spring steel rockers, the form of which gave its name, and an upholstery as unusual as it is comfortable. The round upholstery elements of the seat and back are maintained by robust band leather belts in dark brown or black. To celebrate the company’s 50th jubilee it will make a return to our collection to stand for the timeless and innovative design of COR.

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LigneRoset, Babel
Philippe Daney, 1998

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Cappellini, PC7
Shiro Kuramata, 1970

Double-front bookcase composed of panels in white macroter lacquer finish. All compartments differ owing to dimensions. 252 x 40 x H 254 cm

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