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Nlini Interior Ltd. 2. Mariners House Upper Floor Copse Lane, Hamble Southampton Hampshire SO31 4QH United Kingdom info@nlini.com

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REPLICA Design Nlini Interior Ltd. 2. Mariners House Upper Floor Copse Lane, Hamble Southampton Hampshire SO31 4QH United Kingdom info@nlini.com

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Intro

Poul Kjærholm

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MAterial samples

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Poul Volther

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No limit in new ideas

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Sori Yanagi

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Verner PantON

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Warren Platner

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FURNITURE Arne jacobsen

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børge mogensen

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Lighting

Charles & Ray Eames

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Arne jacobsen

Le Corbusier

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Poul Henningsen

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Eero Aarnio

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Verner PantON

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Eero Saarinen

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Eileen Gray

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About

Finn Juhl

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What is Replica

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Florence Knoll

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Is it legal?

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George Nelson

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What about quality

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Grant Featherston

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Hans Jørgen Wegner

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Leather & Wool qualities

Harry Bertoia

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Caring for Leather & Wool 202

Isamu Noguchi

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Placing Orders

Josef Hoffman

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Delivery 205

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe

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About Nlini

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Marcel Breuer

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Company Accounts

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Norman Cherner

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newsletter 209

Pierre Paulin

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Luxury

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| Luxury you can afford


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The experience is original

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| The experience is original


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unique design is the ultimate luxury

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| Unique design is the ultimate luxury


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It is all in the details

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| It is all in the details


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Material Samples

At our website www.nlini.com you can easily order the material samples. They will be shipped the same day you order. Feel free to order - do not hesitate.

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we have no limit in new ideas ”To bring to you the timeless designs of some of the greatest furniture designers of all time.” ”On how to use todays manufacturing techniques to replicate the quality and styles of originals.” ”To match the desires of the present with the glory of the past.” ”In how to create the best of modernism and art deco into our collections today.”

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Arne Jacobsen

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1902-1971. Danish architect and designer. Arne Jacobsen is known for his untiring search and brilliant conceptions, which manifested into many awards and victories both in domestic and international competitions. Arne Jacobsen was trained as a bricklayer and graduated from the Danish Technical Society School in 1924. He went on to achieve a gold medal in 1927 from the Art Academy, and in 1928 he received another prestigious academy gold medal. It was as a 23-year-old when he was at the World Exhibition in Paris he was awarded a silver medal. In 1930 he established his own studio specializing in the architecture of interior furniture and textile design. He taught as a professor of architecture at the Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen from 1956-65. Some of his major work was with St. Catherine’s College Oxford in England, and Aarhus Denmark in the National Bank and City Hall, in the same town at the famous SAS hotel, for decoration he designed not only furniture there are lighting textiles cutlery glassware and door fittings. He is probably best known world wide for his Danish chair designs such as ”Ant”, ”Swan”, ”Egg” and ”Sevens”. Arne Jacobsen outlined above the designs, which were generally modelled in plaster or cardboard in full size. He continued until his revolutionary ideas were transformed into the perfect finished article. Please note that all products sold on www. nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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egg REPLICA Arne Jacobsen Egg chair is so synonymous with Danish furniture design and known worldwide. An emperor and a classic of design. Arne Jacobsen Egg chair is known and loved by all. It’s stunning fluid and sculptural form is un­ doubtedly the most beautiful and harmonious of all the armchairs. Our replica Egg chair’s shell is synthetic with glass fibre rein­forcement, light padded and upholstered with choice of either wool or leather. The shell is mounted on a frame consisting of a polished steel tube and a 4-star swivel base in aluminum. Leg ferrules are in black-gray plastic. The unique shape provides a bit of privacy in public spaces, an egg - is ideal for lounge and other areas in the home de­ stined to be the throne of all places. All Arne Jacobsen Egg chair (replicas) from Nlini comes with tilt and tension sup­ port. Anilin leather has no stitching inside. Design year: 1958

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Profile: 107x86x79 cm / Profile stool: 45x57x44 cm


The golden egg REPLICA 50-year anniversary model. In 2008, it was Arne Jacobsen’s masterpiece Egg 50th year anniversary, and on this occasion was created this golden version of the classic. The golden egg has only created 999 original copies, but now we have done homage to the chair’s design by making a replica. All Arne Jacobsen Egg chair (replica) from Nlini comes with tilt and tension. Design year: 1958 Profile: 107x86x79 cm / Profile Egg Chair Stool: 45x57x44 cm

colours Anilin leather

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Swan Chair REPLICA The Arne Jacobsen Swan chair is both unique and outstanding in its famous design. Our replica Swan chair is organic in shape which makes it beautiful and inviting. The curves are moulded in a rigid form, padded with foam and upholstered in fabric or leather. Chassis / swivel stand and star base is made of cast aluminium with leg ferrules in plastic. Since the ”Swan” is one of the most beautiful birds, following the design makes just beautiful chairs; this chair is a real Princess in furniture design. Design year: 1957 / Profile: 74x68x77 cm

Swan Sofa REPLICA The Arne Jacobsen Swan sofa is a unique sculptural design with beautiful flowing lines shown in a seamless organic form. The Arne Jacobsen Swan sofa was first shown publicly in Paris in 1958. The Swan like sofa is well known for its showing in the SAS hotel in Copenhagen. Arne Jacobsen Swan sofa’s organic shape is achieved by means of a rigid plastic shell that is covered with either wool or leather. The base is of cast aluminum. Swan and Egg will live long with their own unique heritage Design year: 1958 / Profile: 143x82x70 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Suite 7-Chair REPLICA The famous 7 chair has sold in millions all over the world, made in pressed plywood with metal legs. Our stunning replica is tailored with excellent comfort in mind and comes with choice of armrests. This classic chair has gained iconic status over generations not only for its comfort but also because of Arne Jacobsen’s well known touch of simplicity. Suite 7 are perfect all round chairs being lightweight that can be stacked together. Suitable for canteens, cafes, restaurants, conference rooms and of course home use. Design year: 1957 Dimensions: Width 49,5 cm, depth 51,5 cm, height 78,5 cm, seat height 44 cm

PLYWOOD

Walnut Oak

White

Black

Ash

Dimensions armchair: Width 60 cm, depth 55,5 cm, height 75,5 cm, seat height 42 cm

Ant-chair REPLICA Another of Arne Jacobsen’s icons is the Ant, made in pressed plywood with metal legs. Our stunning replica is tailored with excellent comfort in mind. The Ant is a perfect all round chair being lightweight that can be stacked together. Suitable for canteens, cafes, restaurants, conference rooms and of course home use. Design year: 1952 Dimensions: Width 52 cm, depth 52,5 cm, height 77 cm, seat height 43 cm

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Swan chair table REPLICA This circular coffee table goes very well with the Egg or Swan chair. Arne Jacobsen works are classics that stand for eternalness and perfection. They radiate grace and elegance and are often considered as art and not as furniture. Bring elegance, style and a glim of finesse into your own room! The table has solid plywood top, with choice of walnut, cherry, rosewood, black or white finishes. Four star, die cast aluminium base. Design year: 1968 Profile: Diameter 75 cm, heigh 48 cm

PLYWOOD

Walnut Cherry Rosewood

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AJ Lamps REPLICA

Table

Our replica Arne Jacobsen lamps have an adjustable tilting head for convenience with a characteristic asymmetric shape, which completes this classic. Part of the unique design is the circular hole in the base, although this was originally intended to house an ashtray. Design year: 1956

Profile: 21.5 x 56 cm Materials: Shade: Steel. Foot: Cast zinc. Stand: Steel

Wall Profile: 18 x 33.5 cm

colours

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Black

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Børge Mogensen Børge Mogensen 1914-1972 Børge Mogensen is known for creating furniture that is to live every day with. Børge Mogensen used his own home for a laboratory, on the philosophy that one’s own home was the best place to test the design and functionality. Børge Mogensen used all his surroundings for his artistic pursuits. Sudden ideas were pencil down anywhere. Even an everyday plant could become a victim of his spontaneity. His famous hunting chair, for instance, started its life one late night on a matchbox. Børge Mogensen started his career as a cabinetmaker in 1934. Then 1936-42, was further trained at Danish design schools of Furniture. In 1942, Børge became designer for FDB (Danish Co), and was a teacher at the School of Furniture 1945-47. In 1950 he founded his own office where he developed a close association with his former mentor Kaare Klint, and later adopted Klint’s approach to the simple and functional furniture Design. His Furniture intended not to be influenced by aesthetic abstractions or imaginative forms, just for practical needs and purity. J39 is Børge Mogensen’s most successful piece of design; American shaker style inspired by his former Teacher Kaare Klintland The Spanish Chair is Børge Mogensen’s masterful interpretation of a traditional chair type you could encounter everywhere in the ancient Islamic cultural areas - from Andalusia to northern India. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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2211 - 2212 - 2213 REPLICA Børge Mogensen 2211 is a simple and yet beautiful armchair. This is yet another fine example of the artist’s simple yet functional ideology, and design. The collection is a proven, timeless and understated piece of design artwork. The 2211 collection was originally designed for Mogensen’s own home. Since used both in many homes and large important offices, government buildings and worldwide embassies. The back, sides and cushions are made of sumptuous leather, whilst the frame and legs are made of wood. Design year: 1963 Profile: 2211 Armchair 92.5x85x84 cm Profile: 2212 Sofa 2 Seater 158x85x84 cm Profile: 2213 Sofa 3 Seater 220x85x84 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Wood

Maple Walnut

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2331 - 2332 - 2333 REPLICA Børge Mogensen 2331 is a simple and yet beautiful collection. This is yet another fine example of the artist’s simple yet functional ideology and design. The sofa is a proven, timeless and understated piece of design artwork. The 2331 collection was originally designed for Mogensen’s own home. Since used both in many homes and large important offices, government buildings and worldwide embassies. The back, sides and cushions are made of sumptuous leather, whilst the frame and legs are made of wood. Design year: 1962 Profile: 2331 Armchair 93x85x82 cm Profile: 2332 Sofa 2 Seater 157x85x82 cm Profile: 2333 Sofa 3 Seater 222x85x82 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Wood

Maple Walnut

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Wing back chair REPLICA The Wing Back chair is perhaps his most recognized of Børge Mogensens design. The form and curve of the armrest and the arch of the back is special. An elegant high-backed wing-style chair. This is a fine example of the artist’s simple yet functional ideology. Wing chair is a classic, both firm and cozy. The back, sides and cushions are made of leather, the frame and legs are made of wood. Design year: 1963 Profile: Width 72 cm, height 109 cm, depth 92 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Wood

Maple Walnut

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Wing back suite REPLICA

The popular term for this model is a ’compartment sofa’ because it fits snugly round its occupant like the comfortable seats in a firstclass train compartment. Making a nice room for meetings and conversation. The sofa is available in two- and three-seater version. Design year: 1971 Profile two seater sofa: Width 152 cm, height 109 cm, depth 92 cm Profile three seater sofa: Width 220 cm, height 109 cm, depth 92 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Wood

Maple Walnut

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Charles & Ray Eames 1907-1978 American architects designers and filmmakers. Charles Eames is famous for being first with the use of new materials in furniture design. It was in early 19th century, he won a scholarship to enter the University of Washington, after only a very brief stay the young Eames was thrown out because he stubbornly defended the controversial architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Charles Eames then began work in a studio, before he started his own architectural firm. He quickly gained international success and has since been named the most influential designer in 20th century. Charles Eames designs are exciting, using organic design language and new materials. His colleagues were Harry Bertoia, Eero Saarinen, Florence Knoll and Ray Kaiser, whom he later married in 1941. Charles and Ray’s interest in new techniques led them to experiment with fibreglass reinforced with plastic used in the seamless fibreglass shell chair which of course has always been much admired. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Eiffel Chair REPLICA Charles & Ray Eames Eiffel Chair ”DSR chair with curved seat in sharp contrast with the angular back, creates an incredibly striking design. Eiffel chairs are unique and one of the world’s first mass-produced fibre glass pieces of furniture which helped to emphasize the material’s future as one of the most widely used in industry. The characteristic ”Eiffel” frame also makes it possible to stack and couple the chairs. Our replica Charles & Ray Eames ”Eiffel Chair” DSR Chair’s simple anatomical forms have been designed to fit the contours of your body. This chair adds style to the dining or any other room in your home. Legs in polished steel (DSR) and wood (DSW). Design year: 1948 Profile: Width 46.5 cm, depth 55 cm, height 81 cm

colours High gloss fibre glass

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Eiffel Chair REPLICA Charles & Ray Eames Eiffel Chair is a masterpiece. An icon that is even more popular than ever. Rated as a full classic expressing style and creativity. The materials contrast – from the ”hot” high gloss fibre glass to the ”cold” steel legs. The moulding of the chair’s beautiful shaped and rounded seat is in sharp contrast to the square leg framework which creates a striking perfection in design art. The chair is unique and one of the world’s first mass-produced fibre glass pieces of furniture and thus helped to emphasize the material’s future as one of the most widely used in industry. You can feel the ergonomic comfort from the flow of the moulded seat into the armrest. Our replica Charles & Ray Eames ”Eiffel Chair” DAR Chair will add style to the dining or any room in your home. Legs in polished steel (DAR) and wood (DAW).. Design year: 1948 Profile: Height 79.5 cm, width 62.5 cm, depth 60 cm

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Rocking Chair REPLICA

Our replica Charles & Ray Eames RAR Rocking Chair consists of a hard shell which is today the cast of an environmentally friendly high gloss fibre glass, it was one of the first fibre glass chairs that was mass produced. The RAR rocking chair’s clean simple organic and sculptural form is shaped to fit the body. Supporting the body is a frame made of crossed steel legs set on runners of maple. Such a “fun” item this Rocking chair is hotter than ever. Design year: 1948 Profile: Width 46 cm, depth 58 cm, height 66 cm

colours High gloss fibre glass

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La Chaise REPLICA A modern chaise longue and its sculptural look an icon of Organic Design. The ergonomic shape provides comfort in more recumbent or sitting positions. An expressive piece of furniture that gives any decor character. Technical description, two fibreglass shells, fixed together and painted, with a base in maple. Design year: 1927 Profile: Width 170 cm, height 84 cm, depth 80 cm

colours High gloss fibre glass

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Lounge Chair REPLICA

Charles Eames armchairs are among the most coveted furniture. Very masculine luxury in classic and aesthetic lounge atmosphere. The skull is in seven layers plywood veneer. Its plush cushions are individually upholstered and removable cushions are upholstered in leather. The frame is heavy cast aluminium. Eames chair is permanently reclined to 15 degrees so that body weight is distributed to the back of the chair to give the best possible relaxing and comfort. Design year: 1956 Profile: Height 82 cm, width 84 cm, depth 80 cm

Choose from the following • Black Alu. undercarriage and Back bracket. • Polished aluminium. undercarriage and Back bracket.

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

PLYWOOD

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Rosewood

Black ash

Light oak


DCM Dining Chair REPLICA Made from 7-layered plywood. Lightweight, minimalistic chair. Suitable as a dining chair. Seat and back in pressed plywood with a lightweight steel frame. The Eames couple were the first ones to develop the technique of pressing wood, which was revolutionary for furniture design. Comes in different wood types. Design year: 1946 Dimensions: Width 55 cm, depth 55 cm, height 76 cm, seat height 46 cm

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Rosewood Oak

PONY LEATHER

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LCm Chair REPLICA Made from 7-layered plywood. Lightweight, minimalistic lounge chair. The first chair to be mass produced with pressed plywood. Seat and back in pressed plywood with a lightweight steel frame. The Eames couple were the first ones to develop the technique of pressing wood, which was revolutionary for furniture design. Comes in different types of wood and also with pony skin. Also available with wooden legs (LCW). Elegant together with the Charles & Ray Eames coffee table. Dimensions: Width 55 cm, depth 62 cm, height 65 cm, seat height 44,5 cm Design year: 1946

PLYWOOD

Walnut

Rosewood Oak

PONY LEATHER

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LCW Lounge Chair REPLICA Made of 7 layers of plywood with a pony skin. It was the first chair that was mass produced from molded plywood. Seat and back are made in molded plywood. The Eames couple developed the technique of molded wood which opened up more revolutionary possibilities in furniture design. Cool for use with the Charles & Ray Eames coffee tables. Design year: 1946 Profile: Width 55 cm, height 70 cm, depth 58 cm

PLYWOOD

Walnut

Rosewood

Black ash

PONY LEATHER

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Coffee Table REPLICA

Charles & Ray Eames created this original coffee table in 1946 after developing and pioneering methods in plywood and veneer molding art. Our replica Charles & Ray Eames Coffee Table is made of moulded plywood; the legs provide an elegant curve and supporting a slim tabletop. The table top is shaped with a beautifully designed recess. A warm and unique coffee table that can adorn any decor. Design year: 1946 Profile: Diameter 87 cm, height 40 cm

PLYWOOD

Walnut

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Rosewood

Black ash


Ash stool replica Charles & Ray Eames Ash stool: 1 wave, 2 waves, 3 waves This unique stool was designed for the Rockefeller Center in New York. Flexible but still solid ash stools, designed by Charles & Ray Eames. Can also be used as small tables, for plants, art etc. Suitable all over – even in an entrance or bathroom. Comes in three different shapes. Choose your favourite, or mix them. Design year: 1960 Dimensions: Diameter 33,5 cm, height 38,5 cm

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Soft Pad Chair REPLICA A clear language of form is emphasized by the lightweight aluminium construction. The slim profile of the seat / backrest gives the chair a light and elegant look. Our replica Charles Eames Soft Pad chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on a 4-star aluminium base. The Soft Pad chair has thick cushion padding, which results in a very comfortable seating comfort without losing the slim and elegant design line. Charles and Ray Eames functionalist approach has been the reason for their success, of course aided by the stunning designs. The Soft Pad chair has a low back making it suitable as a conference, office or dining chair. Design year: 1958 / Profile: Width 53 cm, depth 60 cm, height 84 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Soft Pad Office Chair REPLICA Our replica Charles Eames Soft Pad office chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on 5-star height adjustable aluminium feet. The slim profile of the seat / backrest gives the chair a light and elegant look. The Soft Pad office chair has a low back perfect for today’s modern office. Design year: 1958 / Profile: Width 58.5 cm, depth 60 cm, height 78 cm

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Soft Pad Office Chair - High back REPLICA Our replica Charles Eames Soft Pad high office chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on 5-star height adjustable aluminium feet. The slim profile of the seat / backrest gives the chair a light and elegant look. The upholstery is stretched between the chair’s side profiles, and just moulds to your body when seated. This office chair has a high back perfect for the executive in today’s modern office. Design year: 1958 / Profile: Width 58.5 cm, depth 60 cm, height 84-96 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Soft Pad Armchair & Footstool REPLICA 4-star aluminum swivel base. Both Tilt and height being adjustable. The selected sumptuous leather or fabric padding is tightly stretched and flows from back to seat in one complete unit. Available in a large choice of leather or fabrics. Design year: 1958 Profile: Width 62 cm, depth 78 cm, height 101 cm Footstool, profile: Width 52 cm, depth 58 cm 41


Ribbed Chair REPLICA Trust the clear language of form that is emphasized by the lightweight aluminium construction. The slim profile of the seat / backrest gives the chair a light and elegant look. The upholstery is stretched between the chair’s side profiles, and molds to your body when seated. Our replica Charles Eames Ribbed chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on a 4-star aluminium base. Charles and Ray Eames functionalist approach has been the reason for their success, of course aided by the stunning designs. The Ribbed chair has a low back making it suitable as a conference, office or dining chair. Design year: 1958 / Profile: Width 53 cm, depth 60 cm, height 84 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Ribbed Office Chair REPLICA Our replica Charles Eames Ribbed Office Chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on a 5-star height adjustable aluminium feet. Seat and back are in one whole section with foam-padded seat contours, offering superb comfort. Charles and Ray Eames functionalist approach has been the reason for their success. This Ribbed office chair has a low back making it suitable as a conference, office or dining chair. Design year: 1958 Profile: Width 53 cm, depth 60 cm, height 84 cm

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Ribbed Office Chair High back REPLICA Our replica Charles Eames Ribbed Executive High Office Chair has an adjustable tilt and swivel mechanism, mounted on a 5-star height adjustable aluminium feet. Seat and back are in one whole section with foam-padded seat contours, offering superb comfort. Design year: 1958 / Profile: Width 58.5 cm, depth 60 cm, height 107 cm. Adjustable seat height of 43-52 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Ribbed Armchair & Footstool REPLICA 4-star aluminium swivel base. Both Tilt and height being adjustable. The selected sumptuous leather or fabric padding is tightly stretched and flows from back to seat in one complete unit. Available in a large choice of leather or fabrics. Design year: 1958 Dimensions: Width 62 cm, depth 78 cm, height 101 cm Footstool, profile: Width 52 cm, depth 58 cm 43


”PACC” office Chair REPLICA PACC is a variant of the DAR chair. It is a swivel chair with five feet on wheels. This world famous and most successful of the Eames’ chairs was made in 1948 and presented at the New York Museum of Modern Art. The seat is made from glass fiber (white), providing amazing comfort and strength. The PACC Chair is suitable as an office-, meeting- or conference chair or as a flexible dining chair. Design year: 1948 Dimensions: Width 62,5 cm, depth 60 cm, height 80-89 cm, seat height 42-51 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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ETR ”Surfboard” REPLICA Charles & Ray Eames ETR elliptical coffee table, also known as ”Surfboard Table” is a low elliptical table with the top made of laminated maple plywood. This designer table is supported by a frame made of chromed steel formed with bars welded together in an elegant cross. The table’s vibrant and light expression will create momentum and excitement to any decor. Design year: 1951 Profile: Width 75 cm, length 226 cm, height 26 cm

Top colours

White

Black

LTR Corner Table REPLICA Suitable for corner or side table locations our replica Charles & Ray Eames LTR Corner Table is a multi-versatile piece of furniture that fits perfect in any decor. Charles & Ray Eames LTR table consists of a chromed steel frame with metal bars across the base, a laminated top plate with a slanted edge of maple plywood. Elegance and simplicity in its use of materials. The laminated top plate is available in either black or white finish. Design year: 1951 Profile: Width 39.5 cm, depth 33.5 cm, height 26 cm

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Round Meeting Table REPLICA Charles Eames’s circular table is a very sophisticated piece of minimalist design. The table top is durable Formica with a matt finish, the black powder coated base and polished stainless steel feet with black protective plastic glides completes the design. Charles Eames expressive and simple table is the perfect business conference table, also fits well in many modern private homes. Profile: Diameter 110 cm, height 72 cm

Top colours

White

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meeting & dining Table REPLICA This quality reproduction is reproduced in the style of the original design by Charles Eames and is designed to compliment our Charles Eames chairs. The 25 mm thick table top has a beautiful finish and rests on a cast, chrome plated aluminium frame, which gives it a sleek and modern look. The legs are adjustable up to 15mm, so they can be adapted to uneven floors. Profile: Length 214 cm, width 91.5 cm, height 73.5 cm

Top colours

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Le Cor bus ier 1887-19 65 Le Corbusierch arch itec t, pain ter, scu lpto r

Cha rles -Ed oua rd Jan nere t, Fren wn for des igni ng furn iture and writer. Le Cor bus ier is kno ratio nali ty, usin g logi stic al bas ed on func tion ality and Le Cor bus ier had no form al des ign. As a you ng stud ent den tly stud ying urba n and high er edu cati on. Afte r inde pen seve ral stud y tour s arou nd indu stria lized con stru ctio n he took in 1917 in Pari s. Le Cor bus ier Euro pe, befo re sett ling dow n kno wn to go his own way ; was a cert ain gen tlem an who was to his des igns . Alw ays with a this was also true in rega rds n line s Cor bus ier wor ked and stro ng focu s on tigh t and clea ene rgy and clar ity has mad e wro te with a uniq ue pers pec tive, and pion eeri ng pers ona lities him one of the mos t influ enti al note that all prod ucts sold on in inte rnat iona l des ign. Plea se ns of the very high est qua lity. ww w.n lini.c om are repr odu ctio

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LC2 Grande REPLICA LC2 Grande series was designed by Swiss-born architect, writer and visionary Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier. The series was inspired by simple, modernist design. Originally made for the Salon d’Automne in Paris. The LC2 chair is cubist and thus has an angular and somewhat taut look. The LC2 series is especially famous for its comfortable style with leather cushions and the visible stylish polished steel frame. LC2 Grande series is the ultimate in luxury. Design year: 1929 Profile: Width 99 cm, height 65 cm, depth 72 Profile 2 seater sofa: Width 168 cm, height 65 cm, depth 72 cm Profile 3 seater sofa: Width 240 cm, height 65 cm, depth 72 cm Profile ottoman: Wide 75 cm x heigt 38 cm x depth 58 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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LC2 Petite REPLICA Le Corbusier Petit armchair resembles the Le Corbusier LC2 Petit Suite from 1929, which was originally created for the Salon d’Automne in Paris. Petite Suite is a smaller padded version of LC2 Grande. Petit achieves a firmer slimmer shape. Petite suite is cubist and thus has somewhat angular and taut look. Petite suite is particularly known for the distinctive style that Coubusier was famous for the visible stylish polished steel frame. This Petit chair is a truly luxurious armchair Design year: 1929 Profile chair: Width 76 cm, height 68 cm, depth 72 cm Profile 2 seater sofa: Width 130 cm, height 68 cm, depth 72 cm Profile 3 seater sofa: Width 180 cm, height 68 cm, depth 72 cm Profile ottoman. 56 x 55 x 45 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Petit Corner LC2replica Petit Corner is part of the LC2 suite. The strict and cubistic style of Charles Le Corbusier is clearly visible – the structural elegance and the familiar, visible steel frame. Petit Corner is suitable for today’s open solutions and is guaranteed to be of excellent quality. Design year: 1928

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Dimensions: Width 208x208 cm, depth 72 cm, height 68 cm, seat height 48 cm

LC5 Sofa replica Exquisite 3 person sofa by Le Corbusier. Can easily be transformed into a bed. The sofa is the most important piece of furniture in the living room, where everyone should be able to sit comfortably together. A Le Corbusier LC5 is stringent and beautiful, suitable for a nap, in a comfortable home office or as a guest bed. Matches the other suites by Le Corbusier. Design year: 1928 Dimensions: Width 206 cm, depth 73 cm, height 76 cm, seat height 38 cm

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chaise longue REPLICA

Another of Le Corbusier’s most famous and successful designs, Le Corbusier Chaise Longue. A modern classic, some great lines and form clearly express the functionality - ”Relax Machine ”, as this chaise longue is also know, describes the seating perfectly. This Chaise Longue is both a beautiful and decorative sculptural piece of furniture that will look good anywhere, it gives you energy and joy in his presence alone. Chaise Longue frame is made of polished chromed steel and is adjustable. Cushion and headrest in leather or pony skin. Design year: 1928 Profile: Width 58 cm, height 52 cm, length 157 cm

PONY LEATHER

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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LC1 Basculante Sling chair REPLICA Le Corbusier LC1 Sling Chair Basculante - is inspired by 18th century folding wooden picnic furniture. Super light and airy in contrasting materials this chair is constructed on a polished chrome stainless steel frame. The arm and backrests are set in a range of adjustable slings which provide great comfort. Quite simply momentum and energy in design with ultimate luxury and quality. Design year: 1928 Profile: Width 62 cm, depth 61 cm, height 78 cm.

PONY LEATHER

colours Semi anilin leather

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LC7-Swivel replica Le Corbusier LC7 swivel chair was made as part of the collection Living Equipment at Salon d’Automne in Paris 1929. Le Corbusier’s idea was to design chairs while keeping human proportions in mind. A beautiful, different swivel chair with covered back and armrest in one piece. The cushion also makes it a very comfortable chair. Polished steel frame like the other LC products. Also available as a stool. Design year: 1928 Dimensions: Width 61 cm, depth 57 cm, height 72 cm, seat height 50 cm

LC8 replica

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Le Corbusier LC8 swivel stool was made as part of the collection Living Equipment at Salon d’Automne in Paris 1929. Le Corbusier’s idea was to design chairs while keeping human proportions in mind. A beautiful, different swivel stool with a covered cushion – a very comfortable stool. Polished steel frame like the other LC products. Also available as a chair.

Anilin leather

Design year: 1928 Dimensions: Width 61 cm, depth 57 cm, height 72 cm, seat height 50 cm

Semi anilin leather

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LC6 2 REPLICA This is a reproduction of high quality, in the style of Le Corbusier’s design of 1929. Originally designed for the Salon d’Automne in Paris and was part of a revolutionary collection of furniture. The 19 mm thick tempered glass top rests on a black lacquered steel frame - shaped pipes that are welded together into a seamless finish. Sculptural angles and smooth corners. LeCorbusier LC6 Dining Table 2 can comfortably accommodate 8 persons. Le Corbusier Dining Table LC6 2 is available in two well proportioned sizes: Option A: Width 180 cm, depth 80 cm, height 70 cm Option B: Width 225 cm, depth 85 cm, height 70 cm

base colour

Black

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LC10 Dining tablereplica The Le Corbusier Coffee Table combines glass and frame in a pure look that will embellish any room. Refined and understated details. The timeless, simple design makes it suitable for modern as well as classic homes. LC10 is also suitable for reception- and lounge areas. 15 mm tempered glass. The base is polished steel. Design year: 1928 Profile: 2 variants: Width 120 cm, depth 80 cm, height 75 cm Width 140 cm, depth 140 cm, height 75 cm

LC10 coffe tablereplica The Le Corbusier Coffee Table combines glass and frame in a pure look that will embellish any room. Refined and understated details. The table goes well with the LC2 and LC3 suites, or as a solitary coffee table. The timeless, simple design makes it suitable for modern as well as classic homes. LC10 is also suitable for reception- and lounge areas. 15 mm tempered glass. The base is polished steel. Design year: 1928 Profile: 3 variants: Width 70 cm, depth 70 cm, height 33 cm Width 120 cm, depth 80 cm, height 33 cm Width 140 cm, depth 140 cm, height 33 cm 57


Eero Aarnio (1932) is a Finnish interior designer, well known for his innovative furniture designs in the 1960s, notably his plastic and fibreglass chairs. Aarnio studied at the Institute of Industrial Arts in Helsinki, and started his own office in 1962. The following year he introduced his Ball Chair, a hollow sphere on a stand, open on one side to allow a person to sit within. The similar Bubble Chair was clear and suspended from above. Other innovative designs included his floating Pastil Chair (similar to a solid inner tube), and Tomato Chair (more stable with a seat between three spheres). His Screw Table, as the name suggests, had the appearance of a flat head screw driven into the ground. he was awarded the American Industrial Design award in 1968. Aarnio’s designs were an important aspect of 1960s popular culture, and could often be seen as part of sets in period science-fiction films. Because his designs used very simple geometric forms, they were ideal for such productions. Aarnio’s later works replaced the use of fibreglass with plastic. He continues to create new designs, including toys and furniture for children. Please note that all pro­d ucts sold on www. nlini.com are re­p ro­d uc­t i­o ns of the very highest quality.

Eero Aarnio

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Ball Chair REPLICA Eero Aarnio Ball chair is constructed of a whitegel-coated fibre glass shell, standing on a matching fibre glass base. The result is quite impressive and can be described as creating a �space in a room�. Rigid fibre glass globe shell upholstered in cashmere wool. Fabric available in a variety of colours on swivel base. Design year: 1966 Profile: Diameter 103 cm, height 125 cm

colours Cashmere wool

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Globe Chair REPLICA Eero Aarnio Globe Chair is unconventional and impressive, pushing the boundaries of modern furniture design. The globe is a transparent acrylic shell with a half sphere shape, reinforced with a highly polished steel ring. Hung by a 80 cm hanging chain the chairs internal pads come in a variety of stunning colours. The Globe chair is actually an evolution of the ball chair, a fantastic soothing place to creep into. Design year: 1968 Profile: Height 105 cm, width 83 cm, depth 108 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Cognac Cup REPLICA High quality reproduction of Aarnio inspired ’designs symbolise his unique and unconventional style. A design classic. The chair is made of ​​ fibre glass in black or white, with a variety of internal leather colours. Suitable for dining room, bar or entertainment areas. Design year: 1962 Profile: Depth 63 cm x width 65 cm x height 66 cm

Fibre glass

colours Semi anilin leather

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Eero Saarinen 1910-1961 Finnish American architect and designer. Eero Saarinen is known for his remarkable palet of materials and forms, innovative use of materials and uniquely sculptural shapes - but always with a pragmatic focus upon function. He began his career as a student at Yale University. After having travelled and studied throughout Europe he returned to America and taught at Cranbrook, and worked subsequently on different projects with two of his former students, Charles Eames and Florence Knoll Schuster. Saarinen and Eames won first prize at an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1940 entitled ”Competition of Organic Design and Furnishings”. It was organic furniture design, marked by natural sweeping lines, made possible through the use of new flexible materials such as plastic and plywood. Further attention came also while Saarinen was still working for his father, when he took first prize in the 1948 competition for the design of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis. Eero Saarinen opened his own practice in Bloomfield Hills in 1950. He contributed a number of classics from the 1940s o n ­ wards; p a r ­t i­c u ­ l­a r­­l y no­­ ta­­b le is the tu­ l ip chair from 1956. Plea­s e note that all pro­d ucts sold on www.nlini.com are re­p ro­d uc­t i­o ns of the very highest quality.

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Executive Chair REPLICA

Eero Saarinen means reliable design. The Executive Chair has a beautiful, organic shape, radiant with harmony – and very comfortable. Made from die-cast glass fiber with foam and upholstery. Has a solid, comfortable cushion. Elegant stainless steel legs. Suitable in offices or at home as a dining chair. Comes with or without armrests. Design year: 1957 Profile: Width 60 cm, depth 58 cm, height 82 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Organic Chair REPLICA

Charles Eames & Eero Saarinen Organic Chair Organic Chair from 1940 is the result of a cooperation between Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen for a Museum of Modern Art contest. 65 years after this original and comfortable armchair was designed, it premiered in 2005. Its retro look makes it suitable for modern interiors. The ergonomic, natural shape provides excellent comfort. Design year: 1940 Profile: Width 73 cm, depth 71 cm, height 65,5 cm, seat height 43,5 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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”Womb” chair REPLICA

The Eero Saarinen Womb chairs lap-like form is one of the most familiar examples of Eero Saarinen’s designs. The chair is created from a single piece, using the foam over a molded fibre glass shell. The result is a perfect example of single flowing comfort. The seat and back cushions can be reversed. The Eero Saarinen womb chair’s slender legs are polished steel. Design year: 1948 Profile: Height 92 cm, width 91 cm, depth 95 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Tulip chair REPLICA High quality reproduction inspired by Saarinen’s most recognized furniture line. In 1956 Eero Saarinen designed a line of tables and chairs for Knoll. He called this collection of ’tulip series’ because of the slim, elegant and organic stems that characterizes this design series. Saarinen experimented with the use of materials and minimalist forms to give his designs an air of space age aesthetics. This is a high quality version of Saarinen’s most recognized furniture line.

Fibre glass

Tulip chair available in leather and mounted on an enameled cast aluminum base. Design year: 1956

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Profile: Width 50 cm, depth 56 cm, height 80 cm

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

Tulip armchair REPLICA Profile: Width 58 cm, depth 56cm, height 81 cm

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Tulip Coffee Table REPLICA Hyper modernist lines and new thinking when it comes to choice of material – this puts the Tulip Suite with the real furniture classics. Eero Saarinen designed a number of tables and chairs the he named the Tulip Suite because of the slender, elegant and stalk-like, organic shape. His goal with this suite was to avoid under table ”leg trouble”. Saarinen experimented with choice of material and minimalist shapes to give this suite its own aesthetics. The Tulip table comes with a black or white marble top on a cast aluminum foot. Design year: 1956 Profile: Diameter 51 cm, height 49 cm

marble

White marble Black marble

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Tulip table REPLICA This is a high quality reproduction, inspired by Saarinen’s original classic design from 1956. Eero Saarinen designed a number of tables and chairs which he named the Tulip range, because of its slender, elegant stems-like, organic forms that characterize tulip design series. The design is created to avoid clash of legs under the table. �Saarinen experimented with the use of materials and minimalist forms to give the series some space age aesthetics. The Tulip table is available with black or white marble counter top, and is mounted on a heavy cast aluminium frame. Both base section and table tops are treated with a clear protective coating to resist stains and scratches. Design year: 1956 Profile: Diameter 120 cm, height 75 cm

marble

White marble Black marble

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Eileen Gray Full name Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray 1878-1976 Irish architect and furniture designer. Work by Eileen Gray is known for its rational geometric shapes with clean lines and simple shapes. Eileen Gray was born into an aristocratic family in Enniscorthy, in the south of Ireland, where she spent her childhood. As a young girl she studied at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London to develop her artistic impulses - then moved to Paris where she spent most of here working life. With her works in lacquer Eileen managed to break into the world of furniture and interior design. Her creative genius combined with an innovative sense of form, whilst being sensitive to colours that were used in new and innovative ways, often to startling effect. In 1921 Eileen opened a shop which gave the public direct access to her designs and works. The store was a relative success despite the owner’s lack of commercial and marketing communication skills. She continued to refine her designs and built a growing reputation for excellent craftsmanship. E 1027 is undoubtedly the most famous furniture by Eileen Gray. Please note that all products sold on this website are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Bibendum chair REPLICA Originally designed in 1940 by Eileen Gray. This quality reproduction of Bibendum armchair is a wonderful example of Modernism and Art Deco’s influence on furniture design. The rounded curves and the generous, robust appearance, makes this classic design furniture an ideal focal point in any room, office, lobby or hotel. Recline chair cushions are upholstered in semi-aniline leather. The frame is polished chrome. With its sumptuous and flashy style, this is a design classic from a true artist.

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Design year: 1925

Semi anilin leather

Profile: Width 93 cm, depth 84 cm, height 74 cm

Coffee table REPLICA Classic side table with an adjustable hardened crystal glass top. Eileen Gray designed small table with polished chrome tube frame, with glass top. Rightly named Classic for its individual beautiful design. Design year: 1927 Profile: Width 50 cm, depth 50 cm, height 62-100 cm

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Daybed REPLICA This inviting and super elegant daybed was designed by Eileen Gray for Madame Mathieu-Levy’s Paris apartment in the 1920’s. Back then, the daybed was a luxury reserved for the upper class – today, the Eileen Gray Daybed is just beautiful design for all modern homes. Suitable for a nap, in a comfortable home office or as a guest bed. Eileen Gray’s Daybed is beautiful and stringent. Polished steel frame. Design year: 1919 Profile: Width 187 cm, depth 85 cm, height 62 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Finn Juhl (1912 – 1989) was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer, most known for his furniture design. He was one of the leading figures in the creation of ”Danish design” in the 1940s and he was the designer who introduced Danish Modern to America. Juhl made his debut in 1937 when he commenced a collaboration with cabinetmaker Niels Vodder which would continue until 1959 and exhibited at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibitions, the 11th of its kind. Therefore his early chairs were originally produced in small numbers, eighty at most, because the Guild-shows emphasized the work of the artisan over the burgeoning industry of mass production. However, they were almost all reissued later in his career. The Guild Exhibitions were an important venue for the young designers who sought to renew Danish design, turning their backs on the traditional historicist styles, heavy and with ornaments and plush, instead creating modern furniture which fitted the new trends in architecture. The projects was highly controversial and Juhl’s first work met much criticism. His Pelican chair, designed in 1939 and first produced in 1940, was described as a ”tired walrus” and ”aesthetics in the worst possible sense of the word”. In spite of the initial criticism, Juhl’s work began to have an impact on the style of homes abroad throughout the 40s. In Denmark, however, his popularity did not reach that of his peers, Børge Mogensen and Hans Wegner, who were less radical in their designs and relied more on Kaare Klint, leader of the furniture school at the Academy and the nestor of modern Danish furniture design. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality.

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the Pelican REPLICA The Pelican is an extraordinary piece of furniture which does not leave its observer unaffected. The organic shape is a good example of how strongly Finn Juhl was inspired by the modern free arts. The Pelican is unique and attention-demanding. Like fables, the shape of the chair has its base in a mix of animal and human. The back and the armrests are like a torso with arms or wings spread out to embrace the body that wants to rest in the chair. As is typical of Finn Juhl’s designs, the Pelican is very comfortable and made with the best craftsmanship. The cover is hand sewn. The Pelican comes in fabric or leather, with or without buttons. It is possible to get frame and seat in different colors. Legs come in walnut or maple. Design year: 1940 Profile: Height 68 cm, width 85 cm, depth 76 cm, seat height 37 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

Wood

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Walnut Maple


the PoetREPLICA Inspired by the free arts, Finn Juhl drew the Poet for his own home in 1941. Today, the sofa represents part of Danish cultural history, while also being a modern piece of furniture with values that seem hard to find in the contemporary world. The Poet is manufactured in an amazing quality with a hand sewn cover in wool or leather. It is possible to have frame and seat in different colors. Legs come in walnut or maple. Design year: 1941 Profile: Height 87 cm, width 137 cm, depth 80 cm, seat height 38 cm

colours Cashmere wool

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Walnut Maple

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Model 45 REPLICA Finn Juhl was a pioneer in Danish design. He created this amazing chair where the seat and the back are liberated from the frame. The result is the light, elegant and tempting expression that characterized Finn Juhl and made him world famous. Comes in ash or walnut with leather or fabric cushions. Design year: 1945 Profile: Width 67,5 cm, depth 76 cm, height 83 cm, seat height 42 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Wool

Wood

Walnut Ash

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Chief Chair REPLICA One of the most coveted collector’s items. Today, the Chief Chair is an icon in Danish furniture, especially because of the elegant shape of the cushions and armrests. The chair is full of symbols inspired by weapons and utilities from foreign cultures. An amazing piece of furniture with a solid wood frame (ash or walnut) and leather or fabric cushions. Design year: 1949 Profile: Width 100 cm, depth 89 cm, height 93 cm, seat height 35 cm (lowest)

colours Semi anilin leather

Wool

Wood

Walnut Ash

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The Spade Chair REPLICA

The spade chair is yet another example of classic, Danish design. The beautiful, organic style is visible in the armrests, typical of Finn Juhl. With its flowing contours, this chair has an air of well-being. Solid wood frame (ash or walnut) and upholstered cushions in leather or fabric available in many colors. Design year: 1953 Profile: Width 74 cm, depth 79 cm, height 79,5 cm, seat height 39 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Wool

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Florence Knoll Born 1917 Architect and Designer. Florence Knoll is known for a minimalist, rationalist design content. Florence was born in Michigan and trained as an architect at Cranbrook Academy of Art, the Architectural Association in London and also at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where she was a student of Mies van der Rohe. In 1946 she married Hans Knoll and worked by his side in his activity as a space planner and designer. The Knoll Associates firm focused specifically on modern design. To the Bauhaus philosophy which would only produce products that represent design quality, technological innovation and mass production. Please note that all products sold on www. nlini.com are re足p ro足d uc足t ions of the very highest quality.

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Florence Knoll suite REPLICA Beautiful straight lines, its sheer simplicity and high quality gives character to the Florence Knoll armchair and sofa created for any residential or office environment. Florence Knoll armchair and sofa is made of an inner frame of wood, with polished stainless steel frame and legs. The armrests, seat and back cushions, are foam filled and upholstered in fabric or leather. The fitted seat and back cushions give beautiful design expression whilst at the same time retaining great comfort. Design year: 1954 Profile armchair: Width 79 cm, height 80 cm, depth 81 cm Profile sofa 2 seater: Width 155 cm, height 80 cm, depth 81 cm Profile sofa 3 seater: Width 224 cm, height 80 cm, depth 81 cm Profile ottoman: 62 x 62 x 43 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Florence Knoll corner sofa REPLICA Beautiful straight lines, its sheer simplicity and high quality give character to the Florence Knoll Corner Sofa, created for any residential or office environment. Florence Knoll sofas are made of an inner frame of wood, with polished stainless steel frame and legs. The armrests, seat and back cushions, are foam filled and upholstered in fabric or leather. The fitted seat and back cushions give beautiful design expression whilst at the same time retaining great comfort. Design year: 1954 Image shows the corner sofa with lounge to the left. The corner sofa is also available with lounge to the right. Profile: Width 225 cm, depth 177 cm, height 82 cm Height of seat 44 cm, height of armrest 64 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Florence Knoll benches REPLICA

Our replica Florence Knoll 2 and 3 seater bench consists of a rectangular padded pillow attached to the frame made of polished stainless steel, this beautiful classic design will enhance any stylish living room, bedroom, or office. Design year: 1954 Profile: Width 96 cm, depth 52 cm, height 44 cm Profile: Width 153 cm, depth 52 cm, height 44 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Florence Knoll Coffee Table REPLICA This coffee table is a reproduction influenced by Florence Knoll’s original design, from her 1961 collection. Rectangular polished stainless steel frame, tabletop in tempered glass or marble finish. Perfect complement to any living room, hallway or lobby. Design year: 1954 Profile: Width 120 cm, depth 60 cm, height 40 cm

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Glass

White marble Black marble

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George Nelson 1908-1986 George Nelson is known for being the front man of American modernism; he was an important modernist whose work cut across the borders of interior, industrial and exhibition design. George Nelson studied architecture at Yale University in 1920. He then obtained a great reputation as a design writer for Architectural Forum, Interior and Fortune. He was one of the driving forces behind the development of aesthetic American design. As a thinker, writer, organizer and designer, George Nelson held a number of influential positions and developed an extensive and lucid review of how the furniture was marketed. Well known for his Coconut Chair (1955), Marshmallow Sofa (1954), countless funny wall clocks such as his Ball Clock (1947). Please note that all products sold on www. nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Coconut Chair REPLICA Minimalist design in the shape of a section of a coconut. Shell of fibre glass with thick padding and leather. Stainless steel legs. The white fibreglass shell is mounted on stainless steel legs, and made extremely comfortable by its covering of choice of leathers. Design year: 1955 Profile: Width 101 cm, depth 82 cm, height 93 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Marshmallow Sofa REPLICA The fun ’Marshmallow Sofa’ is the hallmark of modern design that still creates awareness and inspires smiles. The sofa consists of round comfortable pillows - to look like 18 giant ”marshmallows - the pads are assembled on frames of brushed steel and the couch has complimenting black legs. The pads can be ordered all in the same colour or different colours. George Nelsons Marshmallow sofa fits anywhere, especially where is need to create a little surprise, the marshmallow couch brings smiles to the living room, office, lobby or lounge, etc plus is always a major talking point.. Design year: 1956 Profile: Width 131 cm, height 86 cm, depth 70 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

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Georg Nelson Bench REPLICA This bench’s clear, straightforward lines reflect Nelson’s architectural background. Like many design classics it can be used flexibly as either a bench or an occasional table. Base in black lacquered beech. Design year: 1946 Profile: Lenght 122 cm, width 47 cm, height 34 cm Profile: Lenght 152 cm, width 47 cm, height 34 cm Profile: Lenght 182 cm, width 47 cm, height 36 cm

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Maple Walnut

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Grant Featherston (1922-1995) was born in Geelong Victoria. Self-taught, he designed lighting and glass panels before serving in the army from 1940-1944. Returning to Melbourne he produced the first of his famous plywood shell Contour chairs in 1951. Featherston Contract Interiors furniture showroom opened in 1956, and in 1957 he became a consultant to Aristoc Industries for 13 years. His design partnership with his wife Mary was formed in 1966 and they worked on major projects in the ensuing years, including the Expo 67 Talking Chair and the Numero range for Uniroyal. Grant was a foundation member of the Society of Designers for Industry, the forerunner to the Design Institute of Australia. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini. com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality.

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R160 Contour REPLICA

Grant Featherston’s R160 Contour Armchair and foot stool. R160 Contour Chair has a beautiful, organic shape which gives the chair sculptural character. Designed by Australian Grant Featherston, it is an icon for Australian furniture design. An amazingly comfortable, beautiful and natural piece of furniture for any home, Grant Feartherston’s armchair is the perfect lounge chair or tv- or reading chair, preferably with the stool. Comes in ash, oak, or walnut with leather or fabric. Design year: 1951 Profile: Width 74 cm, depth 80 cm, height 90 cm, seat height 38 cm

colours Wool

WOOD

Walnut Oak

Ash

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”To Wegner, a chair isn't just a piece of furniture, but a work of art

Hans Jørgen Wegner 1914-2007 Danish architect and furniture designer. Hans J Wegner trained as a carpenter before he star ted at the Copenhagen School of Craf ts, where he also later taught from 1946 until 1953. In the years 1938 to 1942 he worked as a furniture designer in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller’s of fice. In 1943 he founded his own of fice in Gentof te and worked closely with Borge Mogensen in the design of an apar tment that in 1946 was shown at the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition in Copenhagen. The Royal Society of Ar ts, London, appointed him to the Royal Honorar y Doctorate in industrial ar ts in 1959. Wegner is mainly known for his chairs, such as. China chair from 1944, Peacock chair from 1947, the Round chair from 1949 - which became world famous when it was used in a T V debate in 1960 in the U.S. between Kennedy and Nixon, Flag Halyard chair from 1950, Y-chair of 1950, jacket rest of 1953, Ox from 1960 Pøllestolen from 1960 and from 1965 the Y-chair has just celebrated its 60 years anniversar y this features a number of new unique colours. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality.

made to support the human form.”

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Elbow Chair REPLICA

This is an elegant example of how Hans J. Wegner understood and used the possibilities and limitations of wood. A beautiful, classic and modern chair with excellent comfort. Can be stacked. The chair is perfect as both dining chair and desk chair – beautiful on its own as well as in a row. Upholstered seat in fabric or leather, or choose a solid wooden seat. Design year: 1956 Profile: Width 55 cm, depth 51 cm, height 74,5 cm

colours Anilin leather

WOOD

Ash

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”DSB” chair REPLICA Simplicity, durability and functionality are the keywords for this piece of furniture – and it does not pretend to be anything but what it is: a chair. This is Wegner’s last designed dining chair, which makes it the result of a whole life’s experience in chair design. The DSB chair comes with an upholstered or woven seat. Either one is very comfortable and suitable for a long, pleasant evening around the dining table. The armrest especially supports the elbows and is shaped so that the chair can be partly pushed under the dining table. Design year: 1987 Profile: Width 58 cm, depth 50 cm, height 72 cm

colours Anilin leather

Paper Cord Natural

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Ash

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Y Chair REPLICA Hans J. Wegner CH24 Y chair is a wonderful high quality chair. Hans J. Wegner has helped establish Denmark as an international leader in contemporary furniture design; the Y chair is Wegner’s greatest classic and a testament to the high level in design. Y chair is also known as the “Wishbone Chair’. The combination of materials, wood and cord, together with the curved shape and body lines - was a big contrast in a time with a focus on minimalism, but the Y chair won from the first day great admiration and quickly became known worldwide. Beautiful to behold and wonderful to sit in our replica Y chair is suitable as a dining chair for any modern kitchen or dining room. Today the Y chair is also used in Danish offices churches and other public spaces. Design year: 1949 Profile: Height 74 cm, width 55 cm, depth 51 cm

Paper Cord Natural

WOOD

Walnut Oak

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Ash


cushions for y-chair REPLICA For better comfort and protection. Reversible leather cushions for Y-chair.

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Bar Bench replica The Bar Bench is meant to be a piece of furniture that fits naturally and practically in a home. Suitable to sit on or to keep books, newspapers, magazines or even clothes on – be open-minded. Very popular piece of furniture for modern homes as well as public places such as museums. Wood is here to stay. Design year: 1953 Profile: Width 162 cm, depth 52 cm, height 40 cm

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Ash

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Circular Chair REPLICA Like the Flag Rope Chair, the Circular Chair has no predecessor, neither in history nor in Wegner’s own production. The Circular Chair is unique. It shows Wegner’s ability to continue being creative, even after a long career. It also shows his certainty of style. Braided flag rope on ash (Wegner’s favorite) or walnut with fabric or leather. Design year: 1985 Profile: Width 112 cm, depth 94 cm, height 97 cm, seat height 42 cm

colours Wool

WOOD

Vallnut Ash

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Peacock Chair REPLICA This was the chair that first made Hans J. Wegner popular. First introduced in 1947, the Wegner Style Peacock Chair’s back resembles the feathers of a peacock. The Peacock Chair has a distinct post modern look. The Peacock Chair features a woven cord seat and a solid wood frame. It works well in any room of your home, offering both a comfortable seat and a widely admired design. Design year: 1947 Profile: Height 103 cm, depth 77 cm

Paper Cord Natural

WOOD

Walnut Ash

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flag rope chair REPLICA The flag rope chair is proof that Wegner also commanded steel design. The surfaces of the chair are braided flag rope. It comes with a long haired sheep skin, which softens the industrial look and makes the chair more comfortable. The neck pillow comes in fabric or leather. The frame with its slanting legs is a solid base for the 240 meters of braided flax flag rope. The ends of the rope are attached to a bar under the seat. Stainless steel frame and white underframe. Wegner got the idea for the shape of the seat on a beach holiday in Aarhus, experimenting in the sand to find the right shape. It is said about Wegner that he was always working – but this shows that playing was a central part of his work. An amazing chair. Design year: 1950 Profile: Height 80 cm, width 105 cm, depth 115 cm, seat height 32 cm

colours Anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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OX Chair REPLICA Ox Chair was considered ahead of its time when it was manufactured in 1960. Wegner was a genius when it came to combine the exciting form and functionality, and created some of the most famous and beloved furniture. Ox Chair is no different, it makes use of Wegner’s superior skills in craftsmanship and his eye for beautiful design. Ox Chair - like profile is raised from the floor with four chrome-plated, stainless steel legs. Its filling is covered with leather. A king of all, a majestic look in masculine, voluminous and simple form, definitely a design icon from Wegner. Design year: 1960 Profile: Width 104 cm, depth 99 cm, height 100 cm Profile stool: Width 62 cm, depth 55 cm, height 36 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Wing Chair REPLICA Hans J. Wegner’s CH445 Wing Chair has a timeless appeal. Wegner was a genius in the art of fusing form and function. With its proportioned clean and inviting lines, it is easy to see why CH445 Wingchair is one of Wegner’s most recognized and famous designs. Hans J. Wegner’s CH445 Wing Chair has won the Innovation Award at IMM Cologne exhibition. Our Hans J. Wegner’s CH445 Replica Wing Chair is a really nice ergonomic chair suitable for many locations. Design year: 1960 Profile: Width 90 cm, depth 97 cm, height 107 cm Profile stool: Width 48 cm, depth 60 cm, height 38 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Teddy Bear Chair REPLICA Like many other Wegner chairs, The Teddy Bear Chair seems to refer to the animal kingdom with its characteristically play­f ul and organic design. The chair received its name after a critic had referred to its armrests as ‘great bear paws em­ bracing you from behind’. In the later years, The Teddy Bear Chair has been one of the most popular Wegner designs of all. Hans J. Wegner also designed a foot-rest for The Teddy Bear Chair. Wood is walnut. Design year: 1950 Profile: Width 90 cm, depth 94 cm, height 103 cm Profile stool: Width 65 cm, depth 40 cm, height 43 cm

colours Anilin leather

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Floating Dining Tablereplica CH 327 is a long table, easily recognized by its floating table top. Elegant with stylish deatils, surely Wegner’s most beautiful table. Suitable as dining table but also as a desk or conference table. The table top is made from poles the same length as the table, creating a harmonious surface. This table will only grow more beautiful with time. CH 327 is often presented alongside the Y chair – they are a great match. Design year: 1962 Profile: Width 190/248 cm, depth 95 cm, height 75 cm 190 cm = seats 6 people; 248 cm = seats 8 people

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Ash

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Round Coffee tablereplica A beautiful, simple and elegant, round coffee table by Hans J. Wegner. Its simplicity and purity shows Wegner’s unique understanding of the possibilities of wood and the art of design. A visual lightness balancing on three legs, all solid wood. Suitable as coffee table or side table. Design year: 1954 Profile: Diameter 80 cm, height 48 cm

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”Plank” suite replica Armchair and 2 and 3 person sofa from the ”Plank”-suite. This suite has strong, clean lines with an air of elegance. The chair has a low back, wooden frame and comfortable, upholstered cushions. Comes in ash with fabric or leather cushions. Design year: 1953 Profile: Width 76/130/184 cm, depth 71 cm, height 77 cm, seat height 41,5 cm

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Cashmere wool

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�CH07� replica Model CH07 is a very cool, yet beautiful chair. A lovely, sculptural lounge chair in laminated wood, plywood and with upholstered seat and back. The front legs are made from one piece. Design year: 1963 Profile: Width 95 cm, depth 80 cm, height 78 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

Wool

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Harry Bertoia 1915-1978 Italian/American sculptor and furniture designer. Bertoia is well known for introducing wire into furniture design. He was an, Italian sculptor, university lecturer and furniture designer. Bertoia emigrated to America in 1930 where he studied at the Cass Technical High School in Detroit and was educated on a scholarship at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, in Michigan. From 1939 to 1943, he had a metal workshop and began to teach jewellery and metal processing. In the 1940s, Bertoia worked with designers Charles and Ray Eames in California for the Evans Product Company, where they experimented with seats in molded plywood. For Knoll Associates in New York he worked with furniture and in 1952 made the famous Diamond chair (Bertoiastolen), a sculptural chair crafted from a metal grid. During his introduction of new materials, he introduced wire to its design. His chair acclaimed immediate world success. The Royalties earned from those chairs in the 50s, enabled him to devote himself to his career as a sculptor. As well as the Wire Chair (1952). Bertoia is famous for several monumental sculptures, including Earth seen from space at Dulles International Airport, Washington DC. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Diamond Chair REPLICA

Harry Bertoia was much more than a furniture designer, he also worked with jewelry and metal. Harry Bertoia created this design gem as a tribute to the most beautiful of gemstones on earth, the diamond. There is no doubt about the origin of the design, shown in the back and the almost perfect manufacturing is the reason for the chairs charisma. The airy metal structure gives this chair a single and eternal light expression. Our replica Harry Bertoia Diamond Chair is a true diamond that belongs in every home with a taste for quality and design. Design year: 1951 Profile: Height: 85 cm, depth 66 cm, width 84 cm

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Wire Chair REPLICA Harry Bertoia was far beyond just a furniture designer, he also worked as a jewelry and metal designer. In creating this unique work there is no doubt about the origin of the design, in the lattice work on the back which shouts of character and give of a beautiful radiance. The airy metal structure is very strong yet gives of a very lightweight look. Our replica high quality Harry Bertoia Wire Chair deserves its place in high quality surroundings. Design year: 1950 Profile: Height 77 cm, depth 55 cm, width 55 cm

colours Semi anilin leather

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Lattice Bar chair REPLICA Harry Bertoia was beyond a furniture designer, he also worked with jewelry and in metal design. In creating this unique design there is no doubt about the origin of the design in the contoured back. Our replica Lattice chair is full of character. The airy metal structure gives this barstool a strong yet light expression. The welded mesh contours to the back leather upholstered seat give of maximum comfort. Just perfect for today’s modern bars and kitchens. Design year: 1950 Dimensions: Height 102 cm, depth 58 cm, width 55 cm

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Isamu

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Coffee Table REPLICA

Reproduced in the style of Isamu Noguchis 1948’er original design. Noguchi coffee table combines, in an exemplary fashion, wood and glass. The result is exciting and original furniture. Noguchi coffee table consists of a 19 mm toughened clear glass top, resting on a solid wood that is shaped into a lock, forming a tripod. 19 mm tempered glass Design year 1944 Profile: Width 130 cm, depth 90 cm, height 41 cm

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Cyclone Table REPLICA Isamu Noguchi’s Cyclone table is regarded as one of the most modern and most successful design from the 50s. The table top is built with 12 layers of ply veneers, with either a white or black laminate top. The sculptural cyclone-shaped frame consisting of a series of V-shaped, chromed bars which are connected to a cast iron plate. Design year: 1953 Profile: Diameter 105 cm, height 72 cm

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Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956), architect and designer of consumer goods. 1892-1895 studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Baron C. Hasenauer and O. Wagner; it was in Wagner’s studio that H. started his career (assisted in the work on the Vienna city railway). The square is a commonly recurring motif in his work. Hoffmann was the pioneer of Viennese art nouveau, during the early years of the century he produced radical forms reminiscent of the abstract Cubist style, later changing to more moderate forms and finally he used classical elements - as was typical for his generation (Villa Skywa-Primavesi, 1913-1915); also introduced some elements of art deco. Awarded the Grand Austrian State Prize in 1950. Some of Hoffmann’s domestic designs can still be found in production today, such as the Rundes Modell cutlery set that is manufactured by Alessi. Originally produced in silver the range is now produced in high quality stainless steel. Another example of Hoffmann’s strict geometrical lines and the quadratic theme is the iconic Kubus Armchair. Designed in 1910, it was presented at the International Exhibition held in Buenos Aires on the centennial of Argentinean Independence known as May Revolution. Hoffmann’s constant use of squares and cubes earned him the nickname ”Quadratl-Hoffmann”. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality.

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Kubus Suite REPLICA Josef Hoffman Kubus Suite armchair and 2 and 3 person sofa. Josef Hoffmann is known for his geometrical and mathematical design themes. His favorite is the Kubus Suite, which is radiant with Hoffman design. This is an extravagant and seducing suite, consisting of armchair, 2 and 3 person sofas and 1 and 2 person ottomans. The details in the design are the individual, precision-sewn panels with its clean lines. Definietly a modern touch to your home. Design year: 1910 Profile: Width 90/150/200 cm, depth 73 cm, height 77 cm, seat height 42 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Kubus ottoman REPLICA

Josef Hoffman Kubus Stool and bench. Josef Hoffmann is known for his geometrical and mathematical design themes. His favorite is the Kubus Suite, which is radiant with Hoffman design. This is an extravagant and seducing suite, consisting of armchair, 2 and 3 person sofas and 1 person ottoman. The details in the design are the individual, precision-sewn panels with its clean lines. Definietly a modern touch to your home. Design year: 1910 Profile: Width 66 cm, depth 48 cm, height 45 cm

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‘less is more’

Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe 1886-1969 German architect. Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe is known for creating chic and minimalist designs with attention to detail. Born in Germany and educated in the family stone masonry. As a member of ’November Group’ an organization which was keen to expand the scope and impact of modernism, Mies spent the first part of 1920 to design the buildings in this style. Mies Van Der Rohe was in many ways a pioneer in a number of architectural styles. Best known is the Mies Van Der Rohe, however, the minimalist genre where he among others has said the famous words ”Less is more”. The Mies Van Der Rohe there can be no doubt was exceptionally good in a simple manner. In 1927 he received a patent for his tubular steel cantilever chairs. This brought him into the international spotlight. His famous design is the ’Barcelona Chair ’which replaced the cozy qualities of a large upholstered armchair with a smaller and more stylized chair. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Barcelona REPLICA Barcelona chair is one of the most famous design icons from the 20th century. Mies van Der Rohe designed the chair for the German pavilion at Expo 1929 in Barcelona, Inspired by modernism and the folding chairs of ancient Egypt. Following Bauhaus principle - ”Less is more”. A beautiful classic in leather and steel. The Barcelona chair is perfect for many modern lounges of today. The Leather cushion is divided into squares with buttons. – A full 7 cm deep – the Barcelona chair frame is made of welded polished stainless steel, banded with leather straps. Design year: 1929 Profile chair: Width 75 cm, height 76 cm, depth 75 cm Profiles 2 seater: Width 130 cm, height 76 cm, depth 75 cm Profile 3 seater: Width 180 cm, height 76 cm, depth 75 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Barcelona REPLICA Barcelona chair/bench series is one of the most famous design icons from the 20th century. Mies van Der Rohe designed the chair for the German pavilion at Expo 1929 in Barcelona, Inspired by modernism and the folding chairs of ancient Egypt. Following Bauhaus principle - ”Less is more”. A beautiful classic in leather and steel. The Barcelona chair/ bench series is perfect for many modern lounges of today. The Leather cushion is divided into squares with buttons. – A full 7 cm deep – the Barcelona chair/bench series frame is made of welded polished stainless steel, banded with leather straps. Design year: 1929 Profile Bench: Width 56,5 cm, height 41 cm, depth 118,5 cm Profile Stool: Width 60 cm, height 40 cm, depth 55 cm

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Barcelona Daybed REPLICA Perhaps one of the best-known forms from the 20th century, the Barcelona Day Bed or Daybed was specifically designed by Mies as part of a collection for the Barcelona Pavilion in 1929. Knoll acquired the exclusive rights to produce this collection to Mies’ exacting standards. The Barcelona Daybed features an solid wood frame on stainless steel legs hand-buffed to a mirror finish. With the various leather upholstery choices, all pieces to create the daybed are from a single cowhide and each is hand-welted and hand-tufted. Design year: 1929 Profile bed: Height 42 cm, depth 97 cm, length 196 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Mable

Black ash


Barcelona Bench REPLICA Our replica Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe Barcelona Bench is simply one of the most beautiful designs in modern furniture. The framework is of solid wood which stands on polished stainless steel tubular legs. Designed following Bauhaus principles - �Less is more�. The bench is a classic mix of wood leather and steel, just full of character. A Perfect fit for many locations, in bars, offices and various rooms in the modern homes of today. Profile: Height 42 cm, depth 50 cm, length 132 cm Profile large: Height 42 cm, depth 50 cm, length 198 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Walnut

Mable

Black ash

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Brno Chair REPLICA Brno Chair - designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is a modern furniture classic. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe aimed for extreme clarity and simplicity in the design. Our replica Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe Brno Chair’s clean and elegant lines are cleverly created by a single, polished tubular stainless steel frame with hardwood seat padded with down and expanded foam then upholstered in leather. The Brno’s elegant, simple, ergonomic shape is the best in ”Steel and style”. Design year: 1930 Profile: Height 80 cm, width 58 cm, depth 58 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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Barcelona Round Table REPLICA Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s 1927-29 MR collection elevated industrial materials to art. Frame and legs are tubular and rectangular stainless steel, buffed to a mirror finish. Top of 19 mm thick clear polished plate glass. Design year: 1927 Profile: Diameter 70 cm, height 52 cm

Barcelona Coffee Table REPLICA THE Classic Coffee Table! - This was originally called the ”Dessau table” - this piece first appeared alongside the Brno chair at the Tugendhat House in Brno, Czechoslovakia. But now it is called the ”Barcelona Table”. Fresh and simple, irresistibly clean - a statement of modern design. 12 mm thick stainless polished steel frame. Design year: 1930 Profile: 100 cm x 100 cm, height 45 cm

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”sitting on columns of air” Marcel Breuer 1902-1981 Hungarian-American architect. Marcel Breuer design is famous for his bold departure from traditional wooden furniture and his ”radical” idea with a polished and curved metal tube as floating lines in space. Marcel Breuer spent 1920-28 at the Bauhaus furniture school, where he designed the first furniture in steel tubes. He taught at the Bauhaus from 1924, later as professor 1938-47 at Harvard University with Walter Gropius. Marcel Breuer modernist design satisfied his demand for industrial based design and architecture. His smaller buildings are characterized by low horizontal forms that stretch out into the countryside. Marcel Breuer larger buildings in concrete built in 1950 show a more expressive and brutal expressions as shown in St. John’s Abbey and University (1961) in Minnesota and the Whitney Museum of American Art (1963-66) in New York. Breuer’s brilliant insight was to use non-reinforced tubular steel, creating a ”floating” chair that approached his ideal of ”sitting on columns of air.” The cantilevered chair was his greatest commercial success and its design continued to evolve: the frame became lighter, seat and back more flexible with softer lines. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Wassily Chair REPLICA

Back in 1925 Marcel Breuer combined tubular steel and leather to create this Bauhaus icon of a chair. Breuer was the first to incorporate leather with steel - a concept now synonymous with modernism. Our replica Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair is first class, maybe enjoy it as a refined reading chair, relaxed and ergonomically correct. A dynamic chair with such a light and airy look in its geometric shapes. The base is available in polished steel. Design year: 1925 Profile: Width 80 cm, depth 73 cm, height 75 cm

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Norman Cherner Although best known for his furniture design, Norman Cherner's work included almost all aspects of design: from graphics, glassware and lighting, to his pioneering work in prefabricated housing. Educated in the Bauhaus tradition of interdisciplinary design, he became interested in housing as industrial design. His first houses were built in 1948 for a cooperative housing development in Ramapo, NY. These homes were examples of this total design concept and included affordable furniture designed specifically for these low-cost modular dwellings. One of the first pre-fabricated houses in the United States was Cherner's "Pre-built". It was designed, produced and assembled in 1957 for the U.S. Department of Housing. After being exhibited in Vienna it was shipped back to Connecticut to become his first home and studio outside of New York City. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality. 142 | Norman Cherner

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Cherner chair REPLICA Cherner Chair beams with lovely drama, and at the same time it has a light, harmonious beauty because of the sculptural shape. Made from pressed plywood, showing the beauty of the wood. The technique of pressing wood was new in the 1950’s and brought with it amazing opportunities within furniture design. Design year: 1958 Profile: Width 44 cm, depth 52 cm, height 81,5 cm, seat height 44,5 cm

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Oak

Ach

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Pierre Paulin 1927-2009 French Designer. Pierre Paulin designs in furniture are known for organic shapes and curved lines. Pierre Paulin was one of the main French designers from the mid 20th century. Pierre was invited by Kho Liang one of the style-breaking designers from Artifort – to present his prototypes at an international furniture exhibition. This was the beginning of an on going partnership that created his modern and innovative classics such as the Legendary Mushroom and Orange Slice chair, also the Butterfly and Flower are among some of Pierre Paulin unique chairs. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Orange Slice Chair REPLICA Orange Slice chair is formed from two identical shells in plywood, foam padding for optimal comfort and upholstery, to be maintained over a four-legged stainless steel frame. Pierre Paulin Orange Slice Chair has a beautiful, fresh and playful, organic form, Orange Slice Chair is anything but ordinary and Orange Slice chair remains beloved fans of modern furniture worldwide. The chair will be beautiful everywhere, light, feminine and inviting. Design year: 1960 Profile: Width 81 cm, depth 76 cm, height 76 cm

colours Anilin leather

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Cashmere wool

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ph Poul Henningsen (PH) 1894-1967 Architect and designer. Poul Henningsen’s been known to transmit the soft glow of candlelight and recreate it in electric lights. Poul Henningsen grew up in the glow of kerosene lamps. This cozy and soft light gave Poul inspiration for his lifelong work with experimenting electric light trying to achieve perfect electric harmony. His most valuable invention was the classic PH lamp (built 1926); this was a simple lamp, designed on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system, based on a logarithmic spiral, the light source focal point placed in the spiral centre. The pendant sends a diffused and glare-free light. The design created quite simply an economic foundation for his further work, as his countless variations of lamps, PH 5-lamp (1958), PH-piano (1931), Artichoke (1958). The PH 50-lamp being a special anniversary edition of PH 5-lamp in new unique colours. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Artichoke REPLICA This design classic sits around a 360-degree glare-free light created by leaves, with inspiration from nature (resembles a cone). The light source cannot be seen directly. Our replica Artichoke pendant consists of 12 layers of 6 sheets which direct light in a uniform way to the fixture itself which emits a unique 100% glare-free light. The light is projected and reflected on the leaves, so the whole Artichoke lights up. This pendant is just the perfect complement to retro or modern lounge, hall, staircase, dining room or reception area. Design year: 1958 Profile: 45 cm Artichoke, 45 cm in diameter and 41 cm high 56 cm Artichoke, 56 cm in diameter and 51 cm high 72 cm Artichoke, 72 cm in diameter and 66 cm high 92 cm Artichoke, 92 cm in diameter and 88 cm high

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Snowball Ceiling Lamp REPLICA Our replica Poul Henningsen Snowball Ceiling Lamp’s geometry is designed to ensure that all the illuminated surfaces struck by light rays are at the same angle creating a uniform illumination. PH Snowball is seen as a smaller version of the classic design PH Louvre. The location of the fixture of eight screens and their curvature gives a special character of its very own, emitting diffused and glare-free light. Screens: aluminum Design year: 1924 Profile: Height 40 cm, width 39 cm, depth 39 cm

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PH5 pendant lamp REPLICA Our replica Poul Henningsen PH5 pendant lamp consists of three white screens and a cone mounted on three legs – The two small screens increase the share of the light spectrum that is least sensitive to the eye. The PH 5 is designed on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system based on a logarithmic spiral, the light source focal point placed in the spiral center. The pendant gives off a diffused and glare-free light. The pendant is designed to hang over any table you want to light to create a mood as it sends a moderate light to the surroundings. Screens: aluminium Design year: 1927 Profile: Diameter 50 cm, height 28.5 cm

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PH 3/5 Academy REPLICA Our replica Poul Henningsen PH 3.5 Academy Glass Pendant is designed on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system based on a logarithmic spiral, the light source focal point placed in the spiral centre. The three-layer blown opal glass, which is shiny on the outside and sandblasted inside, emits a soft, diffused light. PH 3.5 Academy Glass - pendant has a unique 3-screen design made of opal glass and is designed to reduce glare without sacrificing the intensity of light. Each display is held in place by a stylish chrome-plated brass arm which in turn isattached to a chrome center-bar. Perfect over large tables and meeting locations in larger spaces such as general illumination. Design year: 1927 - Diameter: 30 cm (screen)

ph 3/2 wall REPLICA Henningsen achieved worldwide fame, after first having presented his PH Series in 1925 at the Exposition Internationale des Arts DĂŠcoratifs Industriels Modernes in Paris. Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Wall unique 3 screen feature is designed to reduce glare without sacrificing illumination. It is made of white opal glass. The screen is supported by an elegant, simple chrome plated arm and wall panel. The lamp can be used as a bedside lamp, or maybe in the hallway or the bathroom -In larger rooms for general lighting or orientation light. Design Year: 1925 Series - Diameter: 30 cm (screen)

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PH 1/2 Pendant REPLICA The combination of diffused reflection and a logarithmic display curve gave PH the opportunity to manage a fixed glare and shadow. Each display would evenly decrease the amount of light in proportion to their distance from the light source. PH lamps were designed as a rational system of lights, where the size of the screen, its material and its surfaces can be combined. PH3-shade system started out as a pendant solution but very quickly developed into other kinds of plants, table lamps and chandeliers. Design year: 1925-26

PH 3/2 Pendant REPLICA 30 cm

PH 4½/3½ Pendant REPLICA 45 cm

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PH 1/2 table REPLICA The three-layer blown opal glass, which is shiny on the outside and sandblasted inside, emitting a soft, diffused light. PH 1/2 table is designed on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system, which is based on a logarithmic spiral, the light source focal point placed in the spiral center andcreates a glare-free light. The screens behaves like 3:2:1 and that each screen reducesuniform amount of light. Design year: 1964 Height: 37. Diameter: 20 cm (screen)

PH 3/2 table REPLICA Height: 45,5 cm. Diameter: 30 cm (screen)

PH 4½/3½ table REPLICA Height: 65 cm. Diameter: 45 cm (screen)

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PH 3/2 Floor REPLICA Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Floor lamp is designed on the principle of a reflecting multi-shade system, which is based on a logarithmic spiral, the light source focal point placed in the spiral center. The triple layer opal glass which is shiny on the outside and sandblasted on the inside, emitting a soft, diffused light. PHs screen system began as a pendant, but has developed very rapidly to other types of lamps and chandeliers. A beautiful design that is perfect as a reading lamp on every couch and chair in the living room or in the waiting room and accommodation. Height 131 cm. Diameter 30 cm (screen)

PH 4½-3½ Floor REPLICA Height 125 cm. Diameter 45 cm (screen)

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PK Poul Kjærholm 1929-1980. Danish architect. Poul Kjærholm is known to combine form and function in an uncompromising design. He was formally trained as a cabinetmaker in 1949, he maintained a close association with the physical craftsmanship in wood and traditional processes, but his work was geared more towards mass production and the modern movement’s energy. Poul Kjærholm was a gentleman who was not afraid to speak his mind. Noted for his saying ”You can sit on a cardboard box - the problem is just that you get sore eyes from looking at it”. Kjærholm had a unique ability to combine the classical with modern functionalist furniture he designed and was recognized for his understated elegance and clean lines. He studied at the Institute of Crafts in Copenhagen where he would later teach. Poul Kjærholm is especially known for recliner PK22 (1957), stool PK33 (1959), folding chair (1961) and couch PK31 (1964). Poul Kjærholm was awarded the prestigious Lunningprisen in 1958 after which he worked as an exhibition designer in Denmark and abroad. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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PK8 dining chair REPLICA For many years, The PK8 existed only as a prototype in the home of Hanne Kjærholm, the wife of Poul Kjærholm. The PK8 was put into production in close collaboration with Hanne Kjærholm. The special form of the chair, with its composition of sinuous curves resembles Kjærholm’s cantilevered chair from 1953, but the three legs, which shape compliments the seating element, give the chair an outstanding expression of its own. The chair is well suited as a dining chair together with the PK58 table. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel - combined with a fibre glass shell, foamed and surround with leather. Design year: 1978 Profile: Length 58,5 cm, width 52,5 cm, height 77 cm

colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

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PK9 dining chair REPLICA The PK9 chair is also known as ”Tulip Chair” - a Danish design classic. The seat shell is made of press moulded fibre reinforced polyester. The shell is covered with leather that is fixed on the back, but loose on the front, therefore reinforcing the seat giving comfort and at the same time making the chair less formal. ”Tulip chair” PK9 Dining Chair is a tripod dining chair. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Design year: 1961 Profile: Height 56 cm, width 60 cm, depth 76 cm

colours Anilin leather

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pk 55 REPLICA Rectangular desk with veneer table top. Matte steel frame in four connected pieces. An amazing mix of rustic materials – raw and elegant in contrast: the strong steel legs and the floating table top. The base is available in brushed steel. Goes with the PK11 chair. Design year: 1957 Profile: Width 180 cm, depth 90 cm, height 72 cm

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PK11 chair REPLICA The light, strong steel is used for the frame construction. The warm, organic materials - wood and leather are used for those parts of the chair in direct contact with the user. The base is available in brushed steel. Armrest: Oak Design year: 1957 Profile: Length 64 cm, width 44 cm, height 69 cm, seat height 43/44 cm.

seat colours Anilin leather

Semi anilin leather

PK25 chair REPLICA Simple elegance, a typical Kjærholm design - a successful combination of steel with braided flag halyard making up the seat and backrest- in an exclusive and minimalist design. The discrete and elegant PK25 easy chair is a superb example of Poul Kjærholm’s work and would compliment any seating area. The base is available in brushed steel. Design year: 1951

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PK22 Chair REPLICA PK22 - Poul Kjærholm’s first and most famous lounge chair. Stylish, with an attitude that reeks of uncompromising functionality and simplicity in design. Its flexible stainless steel frame is fully fitted with leather. Beautifully shaped base in polished stainless steel. Without doubt a chair that both fits and suits any decor. Poul Kjærholm’s furniture fits interrelated, but also together with other widely diverse furniture design. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Design year: 1960 Profile: Height 70cm, depth 65 cm, width 64 cm

colours Natural rattan

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Semi anilin leather


PK24 chaise longue REPLICA

Poul KjĂŚrholm, chaise longue PK 24 is a simple, elegant, and impeccable masterpiece. It has an adjustable ergonomic design with a stainless steel frame, seating is sumptuous leather stretched over a curved stainless steel frame. The chaise longue has a removable cushion that is also upholstered in leather and held in place with an elegant overhang system. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Design year: 1965 Profile: Height 87 cm, width 68 cm, lenght 158 cm

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PK20 easy chair REPLICA The elegant PK20’s laid back chair is Poul Kjærholms masterpiece of Nordic design. Mixed leather and comfort still setting new standards. The curved leather upholstery wraps itself like a half upright hammock for the lucky owner. The rolled headrest adds to this classic which base comes in a choice of polished or brushed steel. Design year: 1968 Profile: Height 89.5 cm, width 61 cm, depth 88 cm

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PK31 REPLICA PK31 by Poul KjĂŚrholm is one of his most notable and famous designs. Artistic as well as being timeless. PK31 is cool in its proportions and angles, a contrast between soft, light and heavy. PK31 is a highly ergonomic and comfortable chair. PK31s back, sides and arms are fully upholstered in sumptuous leather. The cushions are feather filled with pads that are designed with a special pocket system that hold the filling in place to maintain form and shape. The frame is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Design year: 1958 Profile armchair: Width 76 cm, height 71 cm, depth 79 cm Profile 2 seater: Width 139 cm, height 71 cm, depth 79 cm Profile 3 seater: Width 199 cm, height 71 cm, depth 79 cm

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PK33 Stool REPLICA Our replica Poul Kjærholm PK33 Stool is consistent with Kjærholm style, made of stainless steel and leather. Stool has a fibre glass pad platform. A beautiful luxurious stool that is both functional and flexible in all places - beautiful in the lounge, hallway, bedroom or living room. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel.

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Design year: 1959 Profile: Height 36 cm, width 52 cm

Semi anilin leather

PK91 Stool REPLICA Our replica Poul Kjærholm PK91 Stool is stylish with an attitude. The stool is a sample of uncompromising functionality and simplicity in design. Following the Kjærholm style, this PK91 model is constructed of polished stainless steel and leather. Design year: 1960 Profile: Width 57 cm, depth 44 cm, height 40 cm

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PK58 table REPLICA This table is inspired by and based on Poul KjÌrholm’s board from 1963, PK54, PK58 but has never been produced before, as the design differs in height and choice of materials. The white, smooth painted wooden worktop, sits on a sturdy, stainless steel base and is attached firmly together. This versatile dining table is suitable for any environment, from lounges and waiting rooms for private homes. PK58 can easily be used with a wide variety of chairs, but matched best with PK9 - the chair, also sold by Nlini. The base is available in brushed steel. Design year: 1963 Profile: Diameter 120 cm, height 73 cm

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PK61 table REPLICA The table’s stylish linear frame is made of stainless steel and is completed with a 19 mm toughened glass top. At the same time stylish, our replica Poul Kjærholm PK61 table in itself is simplicity yet very functional in design. The see through top reveals the PK61 frame which is ingenious in itself because the legs seem not to get in your way. Poul Kjærholm furniture fits naturally well together but also matches other widely diverse furniture designer products. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Top: 19 mm glass Design year: 1956 Profile: Height 35 cm, width 82.5 cm, depth 82.5 cm

PK63 table REPLICA Originally designed as a coffee table to Poul Kjærholm’s sofa PK 31. Top in marble. Base is brushed stainless steel. Design year: 1968 Profile: Height 30,5 cm, width 60 cm, length 120 cm

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PK80 Daybed REPLICA Rectangular logic at knee height is easy to understand for most people, but for those who need a little help they could get an understanding by simply lying down on this daybed. Once you have done this it takes will power to find a reason to get up again. Stay down and enjoy life. The PK80 was designed back in 1957 when couches were often used for longer periods than the power napping of today. Height is important in this design which was definitely ahead of its time creating a lounge like approach in a combination of sofa and bench. The mattress is soft and airy designed for comfort, the quality is high so what are you waiting for? The base is available in polished or brushed steel. Design year: 1957 Profile: Height 31 cm, width 84 cm, depth 190 cm

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Poul M. Volther 1923-2001 Danish architect. Poul Volther was known to focus as much on the design process as the final product, he belonged to a generation of architects with roots in craftsmanship. As an exponent of functionalism, he was opposed to fads and the aesthetic smartness loving the simple manufacture of fine materials. Poul M. Volther was a cabinet maker and later trained at the Art-crafts school. He was a teacher at what is now known as Denmark’s Design School, and left his mark on hundreds of young furniture designers with his sense of craftsmanship and quality. From the beginning it was clear to everyone that this Danish designer had a great future. His designs were something that had never before been seen. The Volther Corona chair that was designed in 1961 was not introduced to a wider audience until 1964, when it received much attention and recognition. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Corona Chair REPLICA Poul M Volther’s Corona Chair is well know today, but it actually took 30 years before Corona gained wide recognition and started its cult status worldwide. The starting point was that the designer Poul Volther would break all the traditions of the chair’s design. The chair was created by four elliptical shapes that combine to create a wonderfully comfortable seating position. The form came to him when he considered the elliptical shape of a solar eclipse. The Poul M. Volther Corona Chair is a freestanding sculpture which gives energy and life in most locations. The base is available in polished steel and brushed steel. Design year: 1962 Profile: Width 89 cm, depth 92 cm, height 97 cm Profile stool: Width 64 cm, depth 48 cm, height 43 cm

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Cashmere wool

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Sori Yanagi, Tokyo (1915- 2011), attended art school in the city and worked from 1940 to 1942 in the office of the designer Charlotte Perriand. In 1952, he founded the Yanagi Industrial Design Institute, which created a prolific number of articles of daily use and furnishings. Sori Yanagi’s organic forms combine western industrial designs with Japan’s native artisanal traditions. This successful synthesis made Sori Yanagi one of the most significant Japanese designers of the post-war era. In addition to furniture, he also designed lighting, glass objects, cutlery, children’s toys, metro stations, cars and motorcycles. Sori Yanagi was known for his unique forms, which brought simplicity and unexpected practicality into everyday homes through his industrial designs in everything from kitchenware and furniture to toys and even bridges. Yanagi never lost sight of aesthetic and artistic ideals. Yet his work was functional and practical, demonstrated by usage in the the everyday household day-in and day-out. In 1977, Sori Yanagi was named director of the Japanese Folk Art Museum in Tokyo. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality. 178 | Sori Yanagi

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Butterfly Stool REPLICA In a totally unique way, the Butterfly Stool blends Eastern shapes with the technique developed by Charles and Ray Eames of shaping plywood. The gently curved silhouette is reminiscent of the wings of a butterfly. Design year: 1954 Profile: Width 39 cm, depth 31 cm, height 42 cm

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Verner Panton 1926-1998 Danish architect and designer. Verner Panton is known to create designs that break with tradition. Panton was trained at the School of Architecture and graduated from there in 1951. In the first two years of his career 1950-1952, he worked with Arne Jacobsen, the very famous Danish architect and furniture designer, before starting and owning his own design studio. He was well known for his innovative architectural proposals which included a collapsible house (1955), Cardboard House and the Plastic House (1960). In the late 1950s, his chair designs became more and more unconventional, with no legs or visible back. In 1960, Panton designed the very first moulded plastic chair. The Panton chair (also called S-chair), this was his most famous and mass produced design, being a revolutionary technique at that time. Verner Panton lamps as Flower Pot (1968), Fun Lamp (1964), Ball Pendant (1970), and The Pendant (1977) are also examples of his innovative and futuristic designs in unusual combinations - in his beloved and colourful universe. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the very highest quality.

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Side Chair REPLICA The Verner Panton Side Chair was the first chair in one material being one piece high gloss fibre glass, great fun in some exciting colours, our replica Verner Panton Side Chair is so fluid in style yet spectacular in its simplicity. Ergonomically sound. Design year: 1960 Profile: Height 47 cm, width 58 cm, depth 84 cm

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Heart chair REPLICA This is a variant of VP’s Cone Chair and has, as the name implies, the shape of a heart. Clever and with a special character it is suitable in rooms with high ceilings, foyers, bars or as a prominent piece of furniture at home. The wing shape gives excellent comfort. Upholstered armchair on a glass fiber core and stainless steel base. Design year: 1959 Dimensions: Width 103 cm, depth 62,5 cm, height 89 cm, seat height 50 cm

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Semi anilin leather

Cashmere wool

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Cone chair REPLICA In the mid 1950’s, Verner Panton realized many of his unconventional ideas. One of these was The Cone, challenging gravity. Futuristic and delightfully shocking, it is suitable in rooms with high ceilings, foyers, bars or as a prominent piece of furniture at home. Upholstered armchair on a glass fiber core and stainless steel base. Design year: 1959 Dimensions: Width 70 cm, depth 71 cm, height 80 cm

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Semi anilin leather

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Pearl Pendant REPLICA The Pearl 1STM pendant Lamp designed by Verner Panton is a design classic from one of the best Danish design icons. Our replica Fun 1STM Pearl Pendant Lamp is made of round shells with mother of pearl finish which is attached in 3 levels with 3 metal rings. The shells give off a melodic and soothing sound in a light breeze, and the sun can reflect a fantastic decorative and playful work of art, a fine complement to any room, hallway, restaurant, shop or office. Design year: 1964 Profile: Diameter 40 cm, height 60 cm

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Pearl Table Lamp REPLICA The Pearl Table Lamp designed by Verner Panton is a design classic from one of the best Danish design icons. Our replica Fun 1STM Pearl Table Lamp is made of round shells with mother of pearl finish which is attached in 2 levels with 2 metal rings. The shells give off a melodic and soothing sound in a light breeze, and the sun can reflect a fantastic decorative and playful work of art, a fine complement to any room, hallway or office. Design year: 1964 Profile: Diameter 38 cm, height 43 cm

Pearl Floor Lamp REPLICA Design year: 1964 Profile: Diameter 38 cm, height 43 cm

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Warren Platner Architect and designer Warren Platner (1919-2006) was born in Baltimore and graduated from the Cornell University School of Architecture in 1941. He got his professional start working in some of the most prominent and interesting architecture practices in the country. Between 1945 and 1950 he worked for Raymond Loewy and I.M. Pei. He was a part of Eero Saarinen's office from 1960-65, participating in the designs for the Dulles International Airport in Washington D.C., the Repertory Theater at Lincoln Center and several dormitories at Yale University. It was after this extensive exposure to many innovative modern designers of the period, and having gathered a great deal of experience, that Platner opened his own office, Platner Associates, in Connecticut in 1967. Please note that all products sold on www.nlini.com are reproductions of the ver y highest quality.

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coffee table REPLICA

American Warren Platner transformed steel bars into sculptural shapes, creating a whole suite with a very particular design. The unique, harmonious shapes and the way the wire is built create an elegant expression and a moirĂŠ effect. The frame is a construction of bent steel bars welded with rings. The bottom is one ring which ensures a smooth underside. The transparent glass table top is 12 mm. Design year: 1966 Profile: Diameter 92 cm, height 39 cm

Dining table REPLICA American Warren Platner transformed steel bars into sculptural shapes, creating a whole suite with a very particular design. The unique, harmonious shapes and the way the wire is built create an elegant expression and a moirĂŠ effect. The frame is a construction of bent steel bars welded with rings. The bottom is one ring which ensures a smooth underside. The transparent glass table top is 9 mm. Design year: 1966 Profile: Diameter 137 cm, height 73 cm 192 | Warren Platner


Wire Chair REPLICA American Warren Platner transformed steel bars into sculptural shapes, creating a whole suite with a very particular design. The unique, harmonious shapes and the way the wire is built create an elegant expression and a moirĂŠ effect. The frame is a construction of bent steel bars welded with rings. The bottom is one ring which ensures a smooth underside. Upholstered seat and back. There is also a matching stool. Design year: 1966 Profile: Width 72 cm, depth 59 cm, height 70 cm, seat height 45 cm

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Wire stool REPLICA American Warren Platner transformed steel bars into sculptural shapes, creating a whole suite with a very particular design. The unique, harmonious shapes and the way the wire is built create an elegant expression and a moirĂŠ effect. The frame is a construction of bent steel bars welded with rings. The bottom is one ring which ensures a smooth underside. There is a matching chair and tables. Design year: 1966 Profile: Diameter 42 cm, height 48 cm

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Semi anilin leather

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Wire chair REPLICA American Warren Platner transformed steel bars into sculptural shapes, creating a whole suite with a very particular design. The unique, harmonious shapes and the way the wire is built create an elegant expression and a moirĂŠ effect. The frame is a construction of bent steel bars welded with rings. The bottom is one ring which ensures a smooth underside. Upholstered seat. There is also a matching stool. Design year: 1966 Profile: Width 72 cm, depth 59 cm, height 70 cm, seat height 45 cm

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What is Replica What is a replica and how is this similar with the original? As the word suggests, it is a furniture copy of an original namesake. At Nlini we try wherever possible, to follow the specifications of the original design classics. We also endeavour to produce our products in the same exclusive materials as the originals such as only the finest of Italian leathers. We manufacture furniture with the same craftsmanship as some originals and use only the finest materials; our aim is to not be able to differentiate significantly between the original and our replica. This is especially valid in all the detail. Nlini has chosen to focus on quality rather than price. We refuse to compromise if it involves any decrease in quality.

Should we be sceptical of replicas? Many will be sceptical of replica products and argue that it is ”not true” - but what is not true for replica goods, when exactly the design and materials are also the same? The only difference is that the furniture is not manufactured in the original works such as

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Fritz Hansen. But it’s not that important to say where the furniture is produced, so long as the design and the materials are in order, and quality is of highest standard. There are not many reasons not to avail you of the option and buy new design furniture a lot cheaper at Nlini.

What you should be aware of when you buy copy furniture There are manufacturers in this niche industry that focus exclusively on price, which ultimately will not meet your expectations and eventually lead to disappointment. We at Nlini choose to focus on quality. We quality check all units produced individually, this means a thorough quality check in Nlini’s own QC Department at the factory so that all our furniture is properly constructed and meets not only Nlini’s high standards of craftsmanship, but satisfies our customers expectations. As an example; on other copies of the Egg designed chair, joints can be glued and seams machined to save costs during manufacturer. On production of The Egg collections from Nlini finest care is taken in joinery and chairs are hand sewn, as is the case with the original model.

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Is it legal? Let us make it clear once and for all. It is 100% legal to buy generic furniture in England and have them transported to other countries within EU. You can safely buy replica furniture from England on the Internet where the copyright laws are less stringent than in many other countries, therefore it is legal to reproduce and sell copies of furniture 25 years after the declaration of the original design (as is the case with all the furniture we sell). When trading takes place within the EU, all the furniture is sold from our British company Nlini UK Ltd to the various countries perfectly in line with EU rules on free movement of goods within the EU. As an example this means that it is perfectly legal for European customers to buy generic furniture from our English company even though a furniture design is protected until 70 years after the architect’s death in Danish law.

Facts about purchasing our replica furniture VAT is charged at the United Kingdom rate of 20% in all cases, however no other tax or duty is payable if transported to any other VAT registered company in EU.

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What about quality Quality is a matter of course for Nlini - We have the world’s finest designs, and we produce replicas, but they must correspond to the original, this is also true with regard to quality. Unfortunately this is not the case with many other manufacturers of replicas. We manufacture furniture in the same craftsmanship as some originals and use only the finest materials, our intention being that you are not able to differentiate significantly between the original and our replica. This is also valid for all the details in production of the finished article. Nlini has chosen to focus on quality rather than price, and on this we refuse to compromise, any failure in commitment to finest quality would mean end result of furniture designs 100% not the same as the originals.

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Nlini guarantee you a high and impeccable quality of our products. We quality check all the outputs one by one so that all our furniture meets the highest of standards. If your product does not match this quality check of Nlini’s own QC Department at the factory it will be discarded and we will put a new product into production. In this way, we ensure that you receive perfect design furniture and our quality is reflected in the following ways.

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you can get a rebate At Nlini you can achieve fantastic discounts up to 15%! We work in international currencies at Nlini and automatic rebates are applied as you reach certain levels of spend. For some examples see below different levels that are automatically applied to your order No discounts codes are required; you can see details of saving in your shopping basket as you add each item.

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Leather & Wool qualities Cashmere and wool blend Wool from Kashmir mountain goats are famous for softness and wool fibres that are thin, this makes the wool feel super soft. Animal fibre from the Tibetan Cashmere goat is very fine, long and very expensive because it can only be produced under specific climatic conditions. The wool is combed from the underside of the neck and chest from the coat before the first sheering. The fine cashmere wool is blended with stronger wool so the fabric can withstand the wear and tear that would naturally occur on furniture.

General information about leather Leather furniture is a good investment that is definitely worth protecting. This product information tells about real leather properties and proper maintenance. For most leather furniture Ox hide is used, it undergoes various treatments before they are suitable for furniture production. The raw hides are salted and sent to the tannery where they are first softened, cleansed of salt and blood residue, scraped clean and made free from water. Then the hides are divided into grain and split leather. Split leather is used for

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suede products, while the grain is used for furniture production. In the further process the selected grain leather is stained. The hides are dyed, tanned and softened in one process. Then they are dried, receive a final softening and coating. It is largely this final coating, which is essential for leather and how it subsequently must be maintained.

Aniline leather Aniline leather (also called natural leather) is coloured and has had a light coating, so it resists dirt. Unfortunately, many consumers are not familiar with aniline dyed leather. Many believe that aniline dyed leather is the best leather available, because the skin has the same colour front and back. (Indeed this is the hallmark of aniline dyed leather). But pure aniline leather has other features that sometimes may not meet consumer needs. The skin breathes and is therefore susceptible to stains. Furniture with aniline is very beautiful and comfortable and will give years of use if maintained properly. Aniline leather retains its natural structure and insect bites in the leather can be evident. Aniline leather is dyed in vats of aniline dyes, which penetrate all the way through the skin. There is neither a surface pigment nor a protective coating applied,

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only a slight coating. A manual antique finish can also be applied. Because pure aniline leather has a pigment applied to its surface, there will be variations in the colours of the entire skin surface. Also the lack of a protective layer makes this leather more susceptible to stains, dirt and fading.

Semi-aniline leather The term �semi� is actually misleading, in that means only partial. Actually a more appropriate name for the semi-aniline leather could be aniline-plus pigment. Semi-aniline leather is dyed and therefore gets a slight tint of colour pigmentation and a light coating that helps protect the leather from stains and dirt and makes it easier to clean. It does not give quite the same patina as aniline leather, but is also soft and retains its natural structure

Generally It is important that you understand the differences between semi-aniline leather and pure aniline leather. It is also important that you understand that one type of leather is more desirable than the other, depending on your needs and wishes each type of leather has its individual appeal. When choosing leather that is right for you and your lifestyle, its uses that it will be subject to are all to be considered. In general, softness and durability are at opposing ends - pure anilines give the softest, silky opportunities but they can also be scratched and susceptible to fading and staining. Semi-aniline leather has a harder and firmer surface because of its complete end treatments. These hides are the easiest to maintain and keep clean, but are usually not so soft.

Semi-aniline leather is also dyed in vats of aniline dyes, which penetrate all the way through the skin, but the treatment of semi-aniline leather goes a few steps further. After the leather is aniline dyed, a pigment is used on the surface to ensure a uniform colour on the upper surface of the skin. Finally a clear protective layer is used to help make leather stain and soil resistant.

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Caring for Leather & Wool Leather

Washing

Leather we use requires little maintenance because all our leather furniture is treated with surface protection, both aniline leather and semi aniline leather are easy to clean and maintain, Light cleaning should take place at least once or twice a year to ensure a long life. Be aware that the bright natural colours on Aniline leather may be more sensitive to grease and dirt.

For a thorough cleaning, use demineralised water, which can be purchased in most supermarkets and mild natural soap flakes of good quality (1 / 2 cup soap flakes to 1 litre of water). Whisk soap in the warm water and use the foam (when the water has dropped to room temperature). Apply the foam across the furniture with a soft cloth without soaking the leather. When furniture is dry, dry thoroughly and polish with a dry soft cotton cloth. The leather may eventually need nourishment in the form of leather supplement. Note:

Location Never place leather furniture in direct sunlight or very close to a radiator. The colour can fade, and the leather can dry out. Avoid using cleaners other than specially recommended products. Use various grooming products at your own risk. Avoid sharp objects.

Vacuuming Daily maintenance of leather furniture is done by vacuum cleaner with soft brush nozzle, thus keeping the leather surface clean and free of dirt. Remember that leather is a natural product which should be dealt with sensitively.

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Suede may only be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner and not with water or soap flakes.

Cashmere Wool Our upholstered furniture is manufactured in cashmere and Wool blending, this mixture is advantageous in that it is incredibly dirt repellent, thus easy to maintain. Moreover, the material is very durable. Vacuuming: Upholstered furniture requires higher cleanliness than leather furniture. Therefore, you should vacuum your furniture regularly with a smooth faced attachment, even if soiling is not clearly evident. Especially in homes where there are people in the house most of the day, you should be aware that there is always some falling dust on furniture. This dust “settles� in the

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yarns and, in time can give a greyish tinge, however with light regular cleaning; you can ensure that fabrics continue to appear attractive and presentable.

Washing If you are unfortunate to soil material, stains should be removed immediately by absorbing with white towel several times until stain is not visible. For dried stains, try to dissolve in lukewarm water. Spread the moisture over and around stain making the whole area moist. Continue to soak with paper towels and wash with lukewarm water. Depending on stain you may wish to use some mild detergent in water. (1 Tablespoon. to 1 litre). Dab off with dry towel. For grease stains on the furniture, you should use a kind of chemical cleaner fit for this purpose, remember always follow the instructions with the recommended product.

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Placing Orders Dispatch At Nlini all products can be delivered to your door, or you can choose to pick up from our warehouse. Nlini cooperates with two delivery companies: DSV and BRING – if you choose one of these for delivery, your products will be insured during transportation. If you wish to use another company for transportation just contact us at info@nlini.com

Prices and payment All prices shown on our website are inclusive of VAT. Prices exclude further transportation as detailed on our website, payment of the price plus any applicable VAT and delivery charges must be made in full before any goods are dispatched. Payment can be made by credit/debit card or bank transfer.

Credit/debit card If you wish to pay by credit/debit card, please choose ”credit card payment” and you will continue on to make a choice of credit/debit card and fill out your information, upon which you will receive an order confirmation on email.

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We accept Visa, MasterCard and Maestro. Please note that your credit/debit card may have a limit for how much money you can use at once. You should also be aware that you pay immediately after you have placed an order. Since we are an English company we go by English law, which allows for us to request payment as soon as the order is placed, rather than at delivery.

Bank transfer If you wish to pay by bank transfer, please choose ”order/invoice by bank transfer” and confirm your purchase, upon which you will receive an order confirmation and an invoice to be paid within 7 days. If we have not received your payment within 7 days, your order will be cancelled. To pay your invoice you need only make a regular bank transfer. This can be done from your computer (home banking) or at your bank. You will need the below information, which can also be found at the top of your invoice: IBAN: GB97DABA30128135006400 SWFT- BIC: DABAGB2L For further details, please contact our customer service at info@nlini.com.

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Delivery Under each product we show our estimated delivery time. We mainly produce product for individual special orders, but also carry stock of some standard products, therefore delivery times can vary. When you make your selection, it will be the item with the longest lead time on your total order that will deter­ mine delivery time. All products are bundled together to minimize shipping costs. However, you can choose to receive ordered goods at different intervals, by simply creating separate orders, one with items from stock, and one with special to order product. If you have booked it all on a single order and wish to change delivery times, we can split your order if you contact Nlini’s customer service department on info@ nlini.com After initial delivery to our UK warehouse your products can be collected from there or delivered to your nominated delivery address via a choice off carriers. If you choose DSV or Bring please note, that the delivery is to the your front door / entrance door. This means that if you live in an apartment, please make suitable arrangements to transmit the goods from front door to final destination. Goods sent are well packed to avoid transit damage. A few days before delivery, you will be contacted directly by the nominated carrier who will arrange a final delivery date.

Our Products All products and goods supplied by Nlini Ltd are ex­c el­ lent re­p roductions of popular designs originally designed

in the mid-century. Our products do not carry original license certificates, but are based on the original models in style, size and material. All furniture is of the highest quality and reflects the essence of the original designs. All our products are replicas produced in Italy or Asia. Designers and retailers should please note that our furniture should not be sold on as original designs.

Product Information All product specifications, images and other information in our published material and posted on our website have either been made accessible by suppliers, manu­f acturers, publications, publicists, or been gathered from the public domain. Our intention is that all information provided on our website is as accurate and as current as possible.

Warranty cover Nlini provide an extended three year warranty on all our products. If there is something wrong with your product within the warranty period, please contact customer services at info@nlini.com describe the fault / damage to products, preferably with some photos that show the problem in detail. The claim will then be promptly considered and action will be taken to settle the problem. The warranty does not apply to damages caused by normal wear, moisture damage, heat damage, misuse, or surface imperfections. Remember that many of our products are handmade and therefore over a period of time there will be natural wear which cannot be considered as a warranty complaint. For full details of our terms and conditions please visit our website www.nlini.com 205


About Nlini Nlini Interiors Ltd is based in the UK and headed by CEO Keith Robinson who is well known within the European Furnishing community with over 40 years experience in working with quality furnishings.

Our aim is all customers will be thrilled by replica furniture they can perceive as the genuine article, and to this end we allow a 14 day no quibble return policy, plus a 3 year warranty on all products.

We want you to share our passionate interest in 20th Century modern and classical designed furniture, and because of Euro legislation on replicas, massive savings can be made against the same products sold under license.

We offer free delivery throughout the UK and Denmark, with minimal extra charges for delivery to other countries, and if customer chooses to pay by bank transfer, payment is not made until goods have been made and passed by our own quality control team.

Nothing has been spared on making replicas to the highest standard, quality control from start to finish using our many contacts throughout the world; our family of professional cabinet makers have made sure the Nlini collection of replicas is second to none.

If you wish to contact Keith or one of the Nlini customer service agents based in our offices in Hampshire, e-mail us on info@nlini.com or Keith direct ker@nlini.com Nlini Interior Ltd.

Only the most suitable materials have been sourced such as beautiful cashmere wool, Aniline and semi Aniline Leathers, which are used on the finest reproductions of works by famous designers such as Charles & Ray Eames, Arne Jacobsen, Le Corbusier, Wegner, Poul Kjaerholm and many more.

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Most of Nlini’s collection is hand made to order in many different colours and we would urge you to touch and feel the sample swatch we provide free of charge before you order.

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Customer service team Please contact our customer service team info@nlini.com Nlini Interiors ltd is registered in England No 7514868. Registered office 12-14 Carlton Place, Southampton SO15 2EA Vat registration number 109 6501 25

Bank details Danske Bank London branch 75 King William Street London EC4N 7DT United Kingdom Account number: 35006400 IBAN: GB97DABA30128135006400 SWIFT-BIC: DABAGB2L Barclays Bank PLC Fareham area branch Portsmouth Hampshire PO6 United Kingdom Account number: 13898709 IBAN: GB95BARC20308913898709 SWIFT-BIC: BARCGB22

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Company Accounts Contact us to discuss a tailor made agreement and volume discount structure for your business. For instance we can invoice your company and deliver direct to any location. If you are a Hotel - Office - interior designer - architect – our trade department has the answer for you. Why not reward your executive employees with an Nlini product and enjoy group discount when becoming a European business partner with Nlini.com? All VAT free for VAT registered companies.

Business Tax-free sales to business customers: As a corporate customer with address outside the UK you can trade tax-free here at Nlini. This means that your company can buy our full range and be invoiced directly without VAT. All we require is your company’s VAT number. The company may choose to pay immediately via credit card or company can create an account with Nlini and receive a normal invoice. Business Accounts Nlini Ltd is offered to architects, interior designers, and individual companies who merely wish to furnish their cafes, reception areas, offices or conference rooms.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Just let us know your requirements and using Nlini’s worldwide contact’s we will do our best to source it for you, or suggest a suitable alternative.

Attractive staff benefits With an enterprise agreement your employee can take advantage of quantity discounts. Invoicing will be made directly to the company who will enjoy volume discounts; we just arrange to have products sent directly to the employees. For further details of enterprise agreements, please contact our customer service at info@nlini.com.

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