Table with mat black, light blue, or bicoloured (black legs, grey cross-bar) enamelled steel base. Base has four supporting points with steel threaded shanks, permitting height adjustment up to 50 mm (1.97"). Crystal, textured glass, natural or black stained ash top.
Sofa with polished chrome plated steel frame.
Cushions with polyurethane foam and polyester wadding.
The back cushions can be lowered, each hinging onto the rear framework, so as to increase the width of the sofa seat to create a single bed.
The upholstery, in leather or fabric, is completely removable through zips.
Cassina was encouraged to revisit the initial version of the chaise longue designed for the Villa Church habitation in Ville d’Avray by the desire to seek out the authenticity of iconic models in the history of design.
Armchair with two arm-rests and armchairs with left or right arm-rest, two- or three-seater sofas with polished chrome plated or glossy basalt, grey, light blue, green, bordeaux and ochre or mat black enamel steel frame.
Loose cushions with polyurethane foam and polyester padding or padding in feather with polyurethane core.
Leather or fabric upholstery.
Armchair, two or three-seater sofas and ottoman with polished chrome plated or glossy basalt, grey, light blue, green, bordeaux and ochre, or matte black enamel steel frame.
Loose cushions with polyurethane foam and polyester padding or padding in feather (excluding the ottoman) with polyurethane core.
Leather or fabric upholstery.
Mathieu Lehanneur and Pullman reinvents meetings with the “Business Playground” room as a perfect illustration of the “blurring” of private and professional life. This room reflects the brand’s “Work hard, Play hard” motto as well as its guests’ lifestyle.
A rich selection of more than three hundred works by designers from Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland is expected to be auctioned on 14th November. Wright, Chicago will deliver an outstanding organic of designs which, according to the auction house specialist Peter Jefferson, is unprecedented on the market.
Volume Gallery is pleased to present the Wrong Chairs by design collaborative Norman Kelley. Kelley’s Wrong Chairs purposefully disrupt the notion of “correctness” through the iconic Windsor chair.
A small armchair with two souls. One is thin, strong, and shining, with a frame polished aluminium or enamelled in matt white or black. The other is slim, smooth, elegantly natural, with a frame in walnut, natural or black-stained ashwood. The upholstery in leather, with invisible stitching, is fitted onto an internal frame in painted steel.
Small table with wood turned structure available in two finishes: structure lacquered in matt black colour and round top in smoke-grey crystal, structure lacquered in matt white colour and round top in extra-light transparent crystal.
Screen made from plastic snowflake-shaped elements. The interconnection of various basic modules allows to create compositions of different dimensions. Structure made of plastic material (ABS), white or anthracite colours finish.
Cabinets with doors and drawers inspired by the most graphic masterpieces of Piet Mondrian. Both cabinets are matt lacquer in two stated coupling of black, white, blue red and yellow colours and come on grey rubber castors.
The famous coffee house chair is an icon and is considered the most successful mass produced product in the world to date: it initiated the history of modern furniture. The basis was a new technique - the bending of solid wood - that Michael Thonet developed and perfected during the 1850s and it was the first time serial furniture production was possible.