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furniture 2011


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chairs lounge chairs stools sofas benches dining tables low tables shelves beds lighting mirrors accessories exclusive design workshop design

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chairs

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01 Hee Dining Chair

•  by Hee Welling •  W48/40 x D50/40 x H78/46cm •  black | white | yellow | light blue | green | grey •  149€ +VAT

02 Hee Dining Chair with black seat and back cushions •  by Hee Welling •  W48/40 x D50/40 x H78/46cm •  black | white | yellow | light blue | green | grey •  285€ +VAT


01 Navy Chair

•  H86 x W41x D50 cm •  polished aluminium | brushed aluminium •  from 454€ +VAT

02 Icon Chair

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•  by Philippe Starck •  H77 x W41 x D44 cm •  polished aluminium | brushed aluminium •  from 425€ +VAT

03 Hudson Swivel Armchair •  by Philippe Starck •  H89 x W61 x D61 cm •  polished aluminium | brushed aluminium •  from 856€ +VAT

04 Superlight Chair •  by Frank Gehry •  H81 x W42 x D52 cm •  609€ +VAT

05 Kong Armchair •  by Philippe Starck •  H88 x W44 x D46 cm •  from 1342€ +VAT

06 111 Navy Chair

•  H86 x W41x D50 cm •  available in black | red | orange | green | dark grey | light grey •  224€ +VAT


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01 Bianca

•  by Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas •  D41 x W44 x H81 cm •  acrylic resin opaline | glossy white | opaque or glossy black | red | blue | sliced veneer whitened oak | wengé | natural palisander veneer •  from 237€ +VAT

02 Mondial Chair

•  by Gerrit Rietveld •  W180 x D90 x H72,4 cm •  available in red | blue | yellow | white | grey | anthracite •  547€ +VAT


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01 CH24 Wishbone Chair

•  by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son •  D55 x W51 x H45/75 cm •  Danish hardwoods (oak, beech, ash, maple) | North American hardwoods (walnut, cherry) |  in a variety of finishes (soap, oil, lacquer, paint) •  from 630€ +VAT

02 SH500 Straight Chair •  by Strand+Hvass •  D49 x W52 x Η49/79 cm •  from 592€ +VAT

03 CH20 Elbow Chair

•  by Hans J. Wegner •  D54 x W54 x H44/71,5 cm •  from 598€ +VAT


01 Slim

•  by Bluezone •  Finish of cover: hide •  from 404€ +VAT

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01 Comoda

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  D43 x W55 x H84 cm •  frame: semiopaque black | silver | stainless steel  back: black or transparent rubber  seat: black thousand points rubber | black polyurethane | grooved MDF stained mahogany | opaline polyethylene | stainless steel •  from 191€ +VAT

02 Savonarola

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•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  D45 x W40 x H79 cm •  237€ +VAT

03 Sedia

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•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  D45 x W40 x H81 cm •  209€ +VAT

04 B5

•  by Stefan Wewerka •  H62 x L54 x W46 cm •  from 395€ +VAT

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01, 02 Elephant

•  by Neuland Industriedesign •  metal finishes: chrome-plated steel | satin-finish chrome steel | steel with lacquer in a colour to match the seat  body finishes: natural polyurethane | white polyurethane | black polyurethane | beige polyurethane | terracotta polyurethane | brown polyurethane | olive green polyurethane •  from 275€ +VAT

03 Boum

•  by Monica Graffeo, Ruggero Magrini •  metal finish: anodised aluminium (chair) | polished chrome steel (chair on castors)  satin-finish chrome steel/ brushed stainless steel (swivel chair)  Rear body finish: white polypropylene  finish of cover: teflon-coated fabric | polyurethane coated fabric •  from 305€ +VAT

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01, 02 Plana

•  by LucidiPevere •  white | black | beige | fluo green polypropylene •  polyporopylene 104€ +VAT •  upholstered from 504€ +VAT

03, 04 Face

•  by Luca Nichetto •  Leg finish: anodised aluminium | aluminium with lacquer in a colour to match the seat  Polyurethane finish: white | red | black | beige •  from 210€ +VAT

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lounge chairs

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01 Prince

•  by Louise Campbell •  D80 x W100 x H35/80 cm •  black neoprene with black or white felt •  2150€ +VAT

02 Ray

•  by Jakob Wagner •  D45 x W79 x H37 cm •  from 804€ +VAT

03 Hee Lounge

•  by Hee Welling •  D65 x W68 x H67 •  black | white | yellow | light blue | green | grey •  204€ +VAT

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01 Cut Low

•  by Gert Van der Vloet •  D74 x W54 x H39 cm •  from 1426€ +VAT

02 Fab

•  by Fabiaan Van Severen •  D80 x W100 x H35/80 cm •  from 1121€ +VAT


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01Blow

•  by Foersom & Hiort Lorenzen •  D87 x H37/72 cm •  polyurethan foam, upholstery in black | grey | army green | aubergine •  1127€ +VAT

02 D5

•  by Sergius Ruegenberg •  D65 x W82 x H84 cm •  from 1949€ +VAT

03 D42

•  by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe •  W57 x L84 x H81 cm •  from 827€ +VAT

04 F42

•  by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe •  W50 x D170 x H162 cm •  from 2168€ +VAT

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01Bowler

•  by Culdesac •  D100 x H35 | D70 x H43.5 | D56 x H52 cm •  from 658€ +VAT

02 Shell Chair

•  by Hans J. Wegner •  W92 x D83 x H39/74 cm •  from 2005€ +VAT

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stools

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High Chair

•  by Gijs Bakker •  D60 x W60 x H145 cm •  225€ +VAT


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01 Big Brother Barstool

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  D36 x W41 x H64-83 cm •  Frame: copper black paint | white  Seat: padded seat upholstery microfibre | leather •  265€ +VAT

02 Bianco

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•  by Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas •  W38 x D48 x H 88-104 cm •  acrylic resin opaline | glossy white |   opaque or glossy: black | red | blue •  315€ +VAT

03 Irony Barstool

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  W41 x D36 x H64-83 cm •  padded seat upholstery microfibre | leather •  from 318€ +VAT

04, 05 Sgabello Alto

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  W40 x D38 x H82 cm •  Frame: semiopaque black | silver | stainless steel  Back: black or transparent rubber, Seat: black thousand points rubber | black polyurethane | grooved MDF | stained mahogany | opaline polyethylene | stainless steel •  from 243€ +VAT

06 Manhattan

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  W42 x D42 x H82 cm | W41 x D41 x H67 cm | W38 x D38 x H49 cm •  Frame: sandblasted stainless steel | chromed, Seat: padded seat upholstery leather | moulded polyethylene •  336€ +VAT

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01 Hee Stool

•  by Hee Welling •  kitchen: L35 x W34 x H75  bar: L40 x W47 x H86 •  black | white | yellow | light blue | green | grey •  163€ +VAT

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02 Kong Barstool

•  by Philippe Starck •  W39 x D51 x H118 cm •  polished aluminium | brushed aluminium •  from 1644€ +VAT

03 Navy Barstool

•  D54 x W 46 x H109 cm •  polished aluminium | brushed aluminium •  from 1015€ +VAT

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04 20-06 Barstool

•  by Foster + Partners •  D36 x W35 x H76 cm •  brushed aluminium •  from 472€ +VAT

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01 BNC Adjustable Stool

•  by Harry&Camila •  metal finish: polished chrome steel | steel lacquered white | steel lacquered black | steel lacquered green  body finish: white PBT | black PBT | green PBT •  from 385€ +VAT

02 BNC Stool

•  by Harry&Camila •  metal finish: polished chrome steel | steel with lacquer in a colour to match the seat  body finish: | white PBT | black PBT | green PBT (Pantone 395 U) •  from 253€ +VAT

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sofas

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Curacao

•  by Fabiaan Van Severen •  in this picture: •  from 4978€ +VAT


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Flow

•  by Xavier Lust •  L198 x W82 x H68 cm •  from 6499€ +VAT

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Sintese

•  by Wim Segers •  various shapes and arrangements •  arrangement above from 9305€ +VAT

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Week ND

•  by Wim Segers •  various shapes and arrangements •  arrangement below from 7499€ +VAT


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01 Big Spender

•  by Friedemann Ramacher •  various sizes and arrangements •  from 4522€ +VAT

03 Lizard

•  by Friedemann Ramacher •  various sizes and arrangements •  from 3423€ +VAT

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01 Orca Square 2

•  by Frederik vanHeereveld •  W112 x D112 x H65 cm •  Polyether •  2970€ +VAT

02 Orca Pouf parallel

•  by Frederik vanHeereveld •  W58 x D56 x H35 •  Polyether •  472€ +VAT

03 Orca Square Half by Frederik vanHeereveld •  W112 x D112 x H65 cm •  Polyether •  1604€ +VAT


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benches

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01 K-Bench

•  by Charles Kaisin •  Folded down: 16 x 64,7 x 43 cm  Folded out: 250 x 64,7 x 43 •  polypropylene sheets in: white | orange | grey | translucent | white fire-normative •  from 1379€ +VAT

02 K-Baby

•  by Charles Kaisin •  Folded down: 43 x 27.5 x 5.5 cm  Folded out: h 43 cm, Ø 56 cm •  polypropylene sheets in: white | orange | grey | transparent | fire normative in white •  from 374€ +VAT

02 K-Bench Lighting

•  by Charles Kaisin •  Folded down: 16 x 64,7 x 43 cm  Folded out: 250 x 64,7 x 43 cm •  translucent polypropylene sheets with: white | green | blue lighting •  1495€ +VAT

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01 Trienalle

•  by Michele De Lucchi •  L120 x D30 x H42 cm |  L140 x D40 x H42 cm •  laminated natural acid-etched glass mm. 30 thick •  from 1508€ +VAT

02 Big Irony Console

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L130 x W41 x H46 cm  L160 x W41 x H46 cm  L210 x W41 x H46 cm •  Frame: phosphatized sheet steel  Top: phosphatized sheet steel  Optional cushion: grey felt •  from 325€ +VAT

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03 Sarah Bench

•  L200 x W40 x H45 cm •  Frame in stainless steel or powder coated steel  Available with 3 different table tops: Black linoleum with black ash edge | Black linoleum with plywood edge | White laminate with plywood edge. •  from 541€ +VAT

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04 Panca

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L120 x D42 x H40 cm •  Frame: semiopaque black | silver  Seat: black thousand points rubber | grooved MDF stained mahogany •  from 377€ +VAT

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dining tables

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Atlantis Tavolo Alto

•  by Lorenzo Arosio •  L180 x P90 x H74 cm  L130 x P130 x H74 cm  L200 x P90 x H74 cm  L220 x P90 x H74 cm •  extralight transparent glass | satin glasses | lacquered glasses •  from 3372€ +VAT

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01 Aria

•  by Piero Lissoni •  L200/220/230 x W85/90/100 x H72 cm •  transparent extralight glass plates chamfered and glued •  from 3644€ +VAT

02 Naked

•  by Piero Lissoni •  Extendible in various sizes:  L160-260 to 200-300 x W90/100 x H75 cm •  Tempered transparent or transparent extralight glass. The two extensions, placed at the edges of the top, open and close through rotation by means of special hinges. Available with black or fluorescent orange pistons. •  from 5103€ +VAT

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Grand Écart

•  by Jean Nouvel •  Fix: L120 x W80 x H73 cm, extendable till 180 cm  Fix: L180 x W80 x H73 cm, extendable till 3000 mm •  soft touch painted aluminium: opaque black | opaque white (Ral 9010) | Bordeaux red (pantone 8863/C) •  from 2982€ +VAT


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01 SH900 Extend

•  by Strand+Hvass •  L190-300 x W100 x H72 cm •  solid oak in a variety of finishes; extensions available in black or grey light weight material •  from 4378€ +VAT

02 SH700

•  by Strand+Hvass •  L160/190/240 x W95/705 x H72 cm •  solid oak, ash or walnut in a variety of finishes; table top also available in white laminate.  Extension leaves available (MDF or laminate) •  from 2101€ +VAT

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01 Big Irony

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W80 x H73 cm   L200 x W90 x H73 cm  L238 x W100 x H73 cm  L288 x W114 x H73 cm  L114 x W114 x H33-73 cm  L135 x W135 x H 73 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  from 787€ +VAT

02 Big Al

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W80 x H72 cm  L200/240 x W90 x H72 cm •  anodized aluminium •  from 934€ +VAT

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01 Tavolo Inox

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W75/90/160 x H72 cm  L200 x W80/90 x H72 cm  L240 x W90 x H72 cm  L300 x W120 x H72 cm •  satined stainless steel & black linoleum •  from 2169€ +VAT

02 Mini Tavolo

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L69 x W69 x H72-73 cm  L99 x W99 x H72-73 cm  L120 x W80 x H72-73 cm •  Frame: sandblasted stainless steel | white painted for white top  Top: acrylic resin opaline | glossy white | opaque black | glossy black | red | blue | stainless steel •  from 479€ +VAT •  INOX from 547 € +VAT

03 Go-go inox

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  Ø60/80/90/120 x H74 cm  Ø60 x H108 cm •  Frame: satined stainless steel  Top: white Carrara marble | black granite | satined stainless steel | etched or clear glass | acrylic resin opaline white | opaque black | red | blue | white painted MDF •  from 515€ +VAT

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01 Black Glass Big Irony •  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W80 x H72 cm  L200 x W90 x H72 cm  L238 x W100 x H72 cm •  copper black & black glass •  from 1070€

02 White Glass Big Irony •  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W80 x H72 cm  L200 x W90 x H72 cm  L238 x W100 x H72 cm •  sheet steel epoxy painted opaque white & extraclear glass backpainted opaque white •  from 1219€

03 Big Irony Desk

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W75 x H72 cm  L200 x W90 x H72 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  904€ +VAT

04 Tommaso

•  Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas •  L180/230 x W90 x H73 cm  L280 x W100 x H73 cm •  bent natural sheet steel, black phospatized finish | dark bronze epoxy painted | MDF, veneered in natural palisander •  from 904€ +VAT

05 Big Brother

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L100 x W100 x H73 cm  L120 x W80 x H73 cm •  epoxy painted copper black or semiopaque white. Top in MDF covered with Arpa laminate, simil-bamboo finish or white laminate •  529€ +VAT

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01 Fifty

•  by Ruggero Magrini, Bluezone •  frame finish: anodised aluminium with: white lacquer | anthracite grey lacquer | black lacquer | wengé lacquer | grey oak lacquer  Finish for external details/extensions: anodised aluminium | aluminium with white lacquer | anthracite grey lacquer | black lacquer | wengé stained oak | grey stained oak  Top finish: | gloss glass | gloss glass in RAL/NCS range colours | matt glass| wengé stained oak | grey stained oak •  from 2375€ +VAT

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01 Lilium

•  by Bartoli Design •  Leg finish: aluminium with white lacquer | aluminium with anthracite grey lacquer | aluminium with black lacquer | aluminium with aluminium lacquer  Finish of top: gloss glass | matt glass •  from 2817€ +VAT

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01 Sushi

•  by Bartoli Design •  Legs finish: anodised aluminium | aluminium with white lacquer | anthracite grey lacquer | black lacquer | wengé lacquer | grey oak lacquer  Top finish: white laminate | grey laminate | anthracite grey laminate | black laminate | wengé stained oak | grey stained oak | gloss glass | gloss glass in RAL/NCS range colours | matt glass •  glass top from 1068€ +VAT •  alucompact top from 1163€ +VAT •  pure white top from 1553€ +VAT •  honeycomb top from 1733€ +VAT

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low tables

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01 Bridge

•  by Piero Lissoni, Marc Krusin, Carlo Tamborini •  available in various sizes •  bridge-shaped low tables, consolle and desk in coupled laminated glass. Available in lacquered glass with the possibility to combine freely the colour of the lower side with the colour of the upper side. •  from 873€ +VAT

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02 Atlantis

•  by Lorenzo Arosio •  L140 x W80 x H22/36 cm  L120 x W60 x H22/36 cm  L80 x W80 x H22/36 cm  L110 x W110 x H22/36cm •  extralight transparent glass | satin glasses | lacquered glasses •  from 927€ +VAT


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01 I Massi tavoli bassi

•  by Claudio Silvestrin •  L201 x W67 x H19 cm  L72 x W72 x H19 cm  L133 x W72 x H19 cm  L103 x P103 x H19 cm •  Low tables with wheels in a parallelepiped form and with monolithic figure, obtained by gluing 45° chamfered mirror slabs. •  from 906€ +VAT

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02, 03 Domino

•  by Piero Lissoni •  L40 x W40 x H38 cm  L80 x W80 x H10 cm  L80 x W40 x H20 cm •  Available in laminated extralight glass with floral decoration or in reflecting lacquered glass in monochromatic or bichromatic version (sides and top in two different colours) •  from 1048€ +VAT

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04, 05 Double Skin

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L100 x W100 x H32 cm  L120 x W55 x H32 cm •  Frame: copper black paint | white  Lower top: polished stainless steel, mirror finish  Upper top:backprinted glass with black striped pattern | white backprinted glass •  from 584€ +VAT

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01 Rotor

•  by Luciano Bertoncini •  Finishes for tops: wenge stained oak | grey stained oak | ebony | white laminate | anthracite grey laminate | black laminate | red laminate | beige laminate | gloss white lacquer | gloss red lacquer | gloss anthracite grey lacquer | gloss black lacquer •  from 1098€ +VAT

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01 Flintstone

•  by Franco Raggi •  L120 x D66 x H30 cm cm •  Frame and top: phosphatized sheet steel  Wheels: acrylic resin glossy white or black  Lower shelf: acrylic resin opaline white •  683€ +VAT

02 Ironmag

•  by Franco Raggi •  L93 x W40 x H32 cm  L53 x W35 x H61 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  from 193€ +VAT

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03 Max & Moritz

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  Max: L114 x W114 x H32 cm  | L100 x W100 x H32 cm  Moritz: L100 x W100 x H10 cm  | L86 x W86 x H10 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel | black glass, satined stainless steel •  from 1118€ +VAT

02 Irony low (light) table

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L95 x W65 x H32 cm  L210 x W65 x H32 cm - with light •  satined stainless steel, phosphatized sheet steel, opaline acrylic resin •  from 403€ +VAT

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03 Ironwood

•  by Franco Raggi •  L85 x W85 x H30 cm  L117 x W117 x H30 cm •  black waxed beech & phosphatized sheet steel •  from 706€ +VAT

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01 Small Al

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L68 x W33 x H20/35 cm  L106 x W33 x H20/35 cm •  anodized aluminium •  from 214€ +VAT

02 Irony high console •  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L100 x W28 x H100 cm  L87 x W42 x H72 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  from 358€ +VAT

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03 Inox High Console

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L87 x W42 x Η72 cm  L100 x W28 x Η100 cm •  bent polished stainless steel frame, mirror finish •  from 736€ +VAT

04 Babilonia Big Irony

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L136 x W33 x H50/78/117 cm •  phosphatized sheel stee •  646€ +VAT

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05 Big Irony Plasma

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160 x W36 x H120 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel  | also available in anodized aluminium (Big Al Plasma) •  633€ +VAT

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01, 02 Light-Light

•  by Nanda Vigo •  L160/130/80 x W24 x H10 cm •  opaque white •  from 966€ +VAT

03 Glass Shelves #1

•  by Shiro Kuramata •  L165 x P35 x H196 cm •  thermo-welded transparent glass •  7349€ +VAT

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Lalinea

•  by Andrea Marcante •  horizontal | vertical in various sizes •  steel frame painted with aluminiumcoloured epoxy powders and internal separators in opalescent, bi-satined methacrylate  with white | blue | green light •  from 252€ +VAT


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01 Big Irony Rack

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160/210 x W45 x H75 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel & extraclear etched glass |  version with light available •  from 752€ +VAT

02 Big Irony Glass Doors

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L131/160/210 x W45 x H75 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel & extraclear etched glass |  version with light available •  from 1251€ +VAT

03 Big Irony Shelves

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L131 x W40 x H131 cm  L238 x W40 x H172 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel & opaline acrylic resin •  from 992€ +VAT

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04 Low Rack

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L160/210 x W45 x H35 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  451€ +VAT 04

05 Pat

•  by Patrick Hoet •  L90 x W30,5 x Η180 cm •  809€ +VAT

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01 Mosaico

•  by Claudio Lazzarini & Carl Pickering •  lacquered wood •  from 524€ +VAT

02 Wall Rack

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L100/240 x W25 x H28 cm  L160 x W25 x H55 cm  L55 x W30 x H55 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel | polished stainless steel mirror finish •  from 225€ +VAT


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01 Irony Bed

•  by Maurizio Peregall •  L215 x W165 x Η60 cm •  phosphatized sheet steel •  833€ +VAT

02 Decade

•  by Christophe Pillet •  L191 x W234 x H792/941 cm  L211 x W234 x H792/941 cm •  upholstered in a variety of colours •  from 4248€ +VAT

03 Black Bed

•  by Friedemann Ramacher •  W167 x L207 x H60/30 cm  W187 x L207 x H60/30 cm •  matt black powder coating •  from 2499€ +VAT

04 Lizard Bed

•  by Friedemann Ramacher •  W169 x L218 x H65/28 cm  W189 x L218 x H65/28 cm •  upholstery: high density polyurethane foams and Dacron® padding •  from 2986€ +VAT


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01 Clothes Hanger •  by Hector Serrano •  125€ +VAT

02 Milkbottle 12PCS •  by Tejo Remy •  W27 x L36 x H310 cm •  975€ +VAT

03 Milkbottle Single •  by Tejo Remy •  D8.5 x H310 cm •  119€ +VAT 02


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01 Hang on Easy •  by Arian Brekveld •  D30 cm •  59€ +VAT

02 Softlamp

•  by Arian Brekveld •  D10.5 x H22 cm •  135€ +VAT

03 Flexlamp

•  by Sam Hecht •  D33 x H22 cm •  59€ +VAT

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01 Chandelier 85 lamps •  by Rody Graumans •  D70 x H110 cm •  1995€ +VAT

02 Slow Glow

•  by NEXT architects & Aura Luz Melis •  D16 x H31 cm •  glass, vegetable fat, cork, 25W G9 bulb •  395€ +VAT

03 Sticky Lamp

•  by Chris Kabel •  L25 x W18 x H7 cm •  19.50€ +VAT

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01 Miss

•  by Omar Carraglia •  D25 x H75/300 cm •  matte white | black •  from 352€ +VAT

02 Tube Terra

•  by Christian Deuber •  L27 x W25 x H180 cm •  425€ +VAT

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01 Fortuny

•  by Mariano Fortuny •  W82 x L93,5 x H190/240 cm •  external fabric in: black cotton | beige cotton | white cotton | plain colour  shade in ‘ornament’ version: black | beige | white printed.  Internally the fabric is always white. •  from 2868€ +VAT

02, 03 Fortuny Rubelli

04 Tree Light

•  by Ron Arad •  D60 x H110/180 cm •  from 617€ +VAT

05 U-line ST11

•  Maarten Van Severen •  W23,5 x L60 x H122 cm •  epoxy alumetal •  from 379€ +VAT

•  by Mariano Fortuny  lampshade by designer Dominique Kieffer •  W82 x L93,5 x H190/240 cm •  diffuser internal lining in linen interwoven with precious gold threads •  from 2988€ +VAT

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01 Frame1

•  by Hans De Pelsmacker •  D4 x L96 x H12 cm •  alumetal | oil •  from 327€ +VAT

02 Frame2 Large 01

•  by Hans De Pelsmacker •  D18.5 x W6 x H156 cm •  alumetal | oil •  from 429€ +VAT

03 Movie

•  by Omar Carraglia •  L35 x W14.5 x Η200 cm •  floor lamp with dimmer for RGB control, metal, polycarbonate  in matt white | black brushed inox •  from 2084€ +VAT

04 Sushi

•  by Iemma, Impieri & Stauder •  D33 x Η17.5 cm •  matt black •  538€ +VAT

05 Sleepless

•  by Davide Groppi •  L45 x D45 x H45 cm •  matt white •  704€ +VAT

06 Cube ESS06

•  by Hans De Pelsmacker •  L21/34 x W21/34 x H23 cm •  from 533€ +VAT

07 Q

•  by Alberto Zattin •  L17 x W17 x H17 cm •  concrete, metal | matt white •  from 407€ +VAT


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01 Diva

•  by Jean-Marie Massaud •  W50 x D8 x H200 cm •  mirror in glued smoked glass.  The upper and lower parts are transparent while the central part has a special mirroring effect through which the luminous trace of a lamp placed on the backside can be seen.  It is possible to switch on and off the lamp by pulling a red cord •  1899€ +VAT

02 Giano

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•  by Opera W. in P. •  W50 x D50 x H180 cm  & other dimensions •  double faced, revolving dressing mirror, glued mirror plate with 45° chamfered lacquered glass bands, satin chromed plated metal base •  from 679€ +VAT

03 I Massi Specchi

•  by Claudio Silvestrin •  L67 x D19 x H201 cm  L72 x D19 x H72 cm  L72 x D19 x H133 cm  L103 x D19 x H103 cm •  white light | blue neon | no light •  from 906€ +VAT

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04 Fiction

•  by Jean-Marie Massaud •  L60 x W7 x H105/180 cm •  extralight glass with degrading shaded silvering •  from 749€ +VAT

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01, 02 Box

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•  by Luciano Bertoncini •  Structure finishes: anodized aluminium | white lacquered aluminium  Door front finishes: mirror | matt extra white glass  Internal shelf finishes: sheet metal with lacquered aluminium finish  Clothes hook finish: stainless steel •  from 1069€ +VAT

03, 04 Mini Box

•  by Luciano Bertoncini •  Structure finishes: anodized aluminium | white lacquered aluminium  Internal shelf finish: sheet metal with lacquered aluminium finish •  from 782€ +VAT

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01 Moon Light

•  by Manda Vigo •  L70 x D25 x H165 cm •  816€ +VAT

02 Frame

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  W70 x D4 x H180 cm  base L68 x W30 x H9 cm •  phosphatized sheat steel - silver •  628€ +VAT

03 EL

•  by Laura Agnoletto •  W45 x D35 Η180 cm •  1542€ +VAT

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accessories

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01 Hippo & Rabbit Mat •  by Ed Annink •  rabbit L191 x W94 cm  hippo L145 x W69 cm •  coir, PVC •  Rabbit 86€ +VAT •  Hippo 65€ +VAT

02 Soft Vase

•  by Maurice Shelters •  D19 x H26 cm •  soft polyurethane, natural •  185€ +VAT

03 Shady Lace Parasol

•  by Chris Kabel •  D210 x Η235 cm  D345 x H260 cm •  white polyester, aluminium, resin  in white | green •  from 205€ +VAT

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01 Do Frame

•  by Marti Guixe •  W5 x L2500 cm •  9€ +VAT

02 Peepshow wallpaper •  by Gijs Bakker •  W53 x L320 cm •  high quality craft paper •  39€ +VAT


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Red Revisited Plates & Bowls •  by Bas Warmoeskerken •  Ø40 x H15 cm  Ø34 x H6 cm  Ø50 x H9 cm •  from 195€ +VAT


01 A moth to a flame •  by to22 •  Ø43 H5 cm •  glazed stoneware in:  red | white •  221€ +VAT

02 W-Plate

•  by Alessandro Loschiavo •  210€ +VAT

03 Never let me go •  L17.5 x W10 x D4 cm •  black | brown •  20€ +VAT

04 Link Mugs

•  white porcelain •  set of three: 30€ +VAT

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01 Handjob Hooks

•  wave | shake | peace | up yours | fist | ok | hand job | point | rock on •  white | red | black | pink | orange •  110€ +VAT

02 Off the wall Hooks

•  white | black | blue | orange •  15€ +VAT

03 Off the wall Pots

•  white | black | blue | orange •  10€ +VAT

04 Stuck on you •  black | white | red •  from 22€ +VAT

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01 Vasi

•  by Piero Lissoni •  in various sizes •  extralight transparent glass | lacquered glasses •  from 307€ +VAT

02 5objects collection •  by John Pawson •  L15 x W15 x H30 cm •  white | black | aluminium •  897€ +VAT

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03 Meniscus Bowl •  by Claryssa Berning •  Ø35 cm •  lead crystal •  1656€ +VAT

04 Glass Arrangement

•  by Atelier Remy & Veenhuizen •  1257€ +VAT

05 Pottery

•  by Vincent Van Duysen •  various sizes •  from 134€ +VAT


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01 Chapeaux pour vase 3 •  by Guillaume Delvigne •  Ø9 H21 cm •  glazed porcelain in:  white | black •  70€ +VAT

02 The last one

•  by Nadia Biavaschi & Alessandro Camilli •  Ø7.5 H3 cm •  white glazed porcelain •  21€ +VAT

03 c&c

•  by Carlo Trevisani •  white glazed porcelain •  2pcs set from 83€ +VAT

04 Bowler

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05 Café Pele

•  by Julie Pfligersdorffer •  Ø9 H7 cm •  white porcelain •  set of 2pcs from 83€ +VAT

06, 07 Monopianta

•  by María Elena Martínez Fayó & Tomàs Ortiz Ferrer •  Ø14 H14 cm •  glazed porcelain in:  white | black •  67€ +VAT

08 Réflexion faite

•  by Guillaume Delvigne & Ionna Vautrin •  white glazed porcelain •  2pcs set from 83€ +VAT

•  by Will Carey •  Ø27 H12 cm •  glazed porcelain in:  white | black •  112€ +VAT

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01 Salad Sunrise XL •  by Arnout Visser •  W7.7 x L11 x H24 cm •  handcrafted glass •  35€ +VAT

02 Knifeforkspoon

•  by John Pawson •  L15 x W15 x H30 cm •  24pcs set 322€ +VAT

03 Wineglass

•  by John Pawson •  from 22€ +VAT 01

04 Optic Glasses •  by Amout Visser •  Ø7 x H11 cm •  27.50€ +VAT


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01 2Terra

•  by Alex Strub •  satin aluminium •  783€ +VAT

02 2Pablo

•  by Alex Strub •  satin aluminium •  294€ +VAT


Switch Panels

•  Wide range of switch panels, control panels and socket outlets. •  price upon request


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01 Soft Washbowl •  by Hella Jongerius •  W31 x L39 x H20 cm •  blue | pink •  595€ +VAT

02 Mat Walk

•  by Pablo Ulian •  W59 x L95 cm •  white cotton •  34.55€ +VAT

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03 Cube

•  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L15 x W15 cm •  porcelain •  78€ +VAT

04 Towel hook

•  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L15 x W15 cm •  porcelain •  42.50€ +VAT

05 Chalkboard

•  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L15 x W15 cm •  porcelain •  82.50€ +VAT

06 Vent

•  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L15 x W15 cm •  porcelain •  42.50€ +VAT

07 Drain

•  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L15 x W15 cm •  porcelain •  42.50€ +VAT

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01 Bottoms Up Doorbell •  by Peter Van Der Jagt •  L25 x D9 H24 •  125€ +VAT

02 Bird House

•  by Marcel Wanders •  49€ +VAT

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01 Ironman

04 Servus display

02 Gastone

05 Servus stand

•  by M.Rusconi - Clerici •  L44 x D37 x H117 cm •  212€ +VAT

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L45 x D59 x H151 cm •  copper black •  290€ +VAT

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L24 x D28 x H121 cm •  138€ +VAT

•  by Maurizio Peregalli •  L30 x 30 x H166 cm •  metal grey | silver •  294€ +VAT

03 Struttura Inox

•  Maurizio Peregalli •  L33 x D28 x H135/ 175 cm •  stainless steel frame mirror finish •  281€ +VAT

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exclusive design


Tejo Remy

Tejo Remy works as a product, interior and public space designer together with Rene Veenhuizen in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Considering everything as material, Remy incorporates existing information, circumstances, or found goods into new situations, often bringing in more social contact or, telling the story of a particular place. Remy transforms the familiar, yet the feeling remains. His commissioners and exhibitors include Museum of Art and Design in New York, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in New York, MoMA in New York, Stedelijk Musuem in Amsterdam, Museum Boymans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, ACME Gallery in Los Angeles and the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment.

Rug Chair

•  by Tejo Remy •  L60 x D60 x H100 cm •  This chair is layered from the contents of 15 bags of rags. It arrives ready-made, but the user can also recycle his own discarded clothes within the design. Each chair is unique, as a treasure-chest of memories. •  price upon request


Chest of Drawers

•  by Tejo Remy •  L110 x D60 x H120 cm •  Chest of drawers had its première in 1991 and has since become a true icon of conceptual design collected by museums such as MoMA and Museum of Art and Design in New York. A criticism on consumerism, Tejo Remy collected found drawers, gave them new enclosures and loosely bundled them into a chest. His pioneering vision was to make one’s own paradise with what one encounters, as Robinson Crusoë did on his island. •  price upon request


Niels van Eijk

Niels van Eijk works together with Miriam van der Lubbe in their ‘Studio van Eijk & van der Lubbe’. Their designs raise questions; they work with familiar forms and products and add benefits without loosing the characteristics. Niels and Miriam challenge us to look at the world in a different way. Their work has been exhibited worldwide and purchased by museums such as Museum Boymans van Beuningen Rotterdam, Manchester City Art Gallery, WOCEF Korea, Museum FIT New York and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Among their clients are Habitat, Fortis, Premsela Dutch Design Foundation, Philips and Rosenthal.

Cow chair

•  by Niels van Eijk •  L44 x D38 x H72 cm •  Each chair is unique by nature, consisting of nothing more than a single cowhide. The wet untreated cowhide is stretched around a form and left to dry for one week into a solid form. •  cowhide •  price upon request


Studio Makkink & Bey

Born in Soest, the Netherlands in 1965, Jurgen Bey is one of the most renowned Dutch designers. He studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven and has since run studios independently or in collaboration with others, while teaching at the Design Academy Eindhoven in previous years, and currently, at the Royal College of Art in London. Bey’s work includes product, furniture, interior and public space design, and is produced by his studio, or by companies such as Droog, Royal Tichelaar Makkum, and Moooi. Bey is known as a critical designer, driven to understand the world and to question it in a unique manner. He has been awarded the 2005 Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds Award, the 2005 Harrie Tillie Award from Stedelijk Museum, Roermond and the Interior Award 2003 from Lensvelt/de Architect, for his meeting room for the Interpolis company. In 2002 Bey formed Studio Makkink & Bey with Rianne Makkink. Working together and supported by a design team, they analyze content and search for the relation of things and their users. In their words, “town planning, architecture and landscape architecture are indissolubly connected to products and can be in symbiosis; the lamp has influenced architecture and the built home the products for the interior.”

Kokon furniture

•  Studio Makkink & Bey •  Desolate furniture gets a new form, function and identity when wrapped in synthetic fibres. The so-called ‘spider’s web technique’ creates a smooth elastic skin, like old furniture in disguise. •  PVC covering, existing furniture, in various colours •  price upon request


Tree-trunk bench

•  by Jurgen Bey •  various sizes (set of 3) •  A fallen tree can serve as a seat. The addition of bronze classical chair backs makes it a proper piece of furniture, a crossing between nature and culture. Jurgen Bey makes clear that it is ridiculous to transport trees when they are locally available. Therefore only the chair backs are for sale. •  Permanent collection: Neue Pinakothek Die Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum (Munich, Germany), High Museum of Art (Atlanta, USA), Centraal Museum (Utrecht, The Netherlands) •  price upon request


Nina Farkache Israeli designer.

Come a little bit closer bench

•  by Nina Farkache •  3-seater: H43 x W56 x L300 cm •  This bench creates a unique, almost unexplainable kind of atmosphere between people. The seats sliding across the marbles combined with the sound of rolling glass mean it’s hard not to have fun and the experience unites you with your neighbour, even when you are not moving at all. Take a seat and find out that it is hard not to have fun sitting on this bench.Uncomfortable silences belong to the past. •  price upon request


Marijn van der Poll

Niels van Eijk works together with Miriam vMarijn van der Poll was born in 1973 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. He grew up in Asia, where he graduated from Singapore American School in 1992, and later from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2002. Marijn van der Poll has worked on projects for companies including Ahrend, Droog and Damen Shipyards Group. His designs range from one-off automobiles and unique furniture pieces which have been displayed around the world in museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Louvre and have been published in leading magazines like TIME and Domus.

Do hit chair

•  by Marijn van der Poll •  L75 x D70 x H100 cm •  Grab the hammer and hit your own chair. After a few minutes or hours of hard work you become the co-designer of Do hit. •  1.25 mm stainless steel, hammer included •  price upon request


Joris Laarman

Joris Laarman was born in the countryside of the Netherlands in 1979. In 1998 after one year of fine arts he attended the renowned Design Academy Eindhoven and graduated cum laude in 2003. He gained first notoriety with his rococo radiator heatwave that is currently produced by Droog and Jaga. He contributed in articles and seminars for Domus magazine and he was a guest teacher at European universities like the Architectural Association London, Rietveld Academy Amsterdam and the Design Academy Eindhoven. Together with partner and filmmaker Anita Star he started his laboratory and studio in 2004. The lab is working on a collection of highly unique experimental works in collaboration with many scientific institutes and craftsmen around the world. Where possible the Lab aims to develop its editions industrially in collaboration with companies like Flos, Vitra, Swarovski, Droog and more. Laarman’s work is in various museum collections such as MoMA New York, Centre Pompidou, Cooper-Hewitt, FNAC, Chicago Art Institute, and the Vitra Design Museum, to name a few.

Wave Electric Radiator

•  by Joris Laarman •  L210 x H95 x D5 cm •  This radiator is a decorative piece that you no longer want to hide. At the same time, it radiates more heat compared to traditional radiators, because of its larger surface area. •  Permanent collection: DESIGNMUSEO (Helsinki, Finland) pas in September, Boijmans van Beuningen Museum (Rotterdam, The Netherlands), FRAC (Dunkerque, France), Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (New York, USA) •  price upon request


Martín Ruiz Azúa

Martín Ruiz Azúa graduated in 1995 from the University of Barcelona with a degree in Fine Arts and Design. Alongside his design practice, he teaches History of Design at the Elisava School in Barcelona. Ruiz Azúa is an uncompromising designer. Through his research, he arrives at almost immaterial forms that conceptually address ecological, economical, social and human aspects. Far from providing marketable solutions, his work questions, presents statements and ideas, and enlightens.

Plaited Fence

•  by Martín Ruiz Azúa •  Casa Basica’ (1999) is a project about improvised urban dwelling. This proposal, which remained in a prototype phase, consists of a virtually weightless house – only 200 grams! – that fits into your pocket. It is made of metallic material that is used for survival blankets. The house inflates through your body heat or the heat of the sun, expanding to 8 m3. It is a dwelling fit for a life on the move without material ties. ‘Human Chair’ (2002) is a collective conceptual chair, that requires people to sit on each other’s laps – the ‘product’ is a collaborative activity rather than a proprietary thing. •  Giving waste a new positive connotation is the underlying message of Ruiz Azúa’s ‘Plaited Fence’ – a fencing system for public space into which the public can plait waste materials like plastic bags, stray newspapers or coke bottles. This way, the waste floating around the city’s streets acquires an aesthetic second life, and the fence becomes a creative communal activity instead of a barren barrier. •  price upon request


Human Touch Fences •  price upon request


Chung-Tang Ho

Chung-Tang Ho (Taiwan, 1972) studied at Shih Chien University, College of Design, Taipei and at IM Masters of Design Academy Eindhoven. His focus is on how an object can create its own value with human interaction.

Push and store cabinet

•  by Chung-Tang Ho •  L101 x W47 x H86.5 cm •  Chung-Tang Ho created a cabinet that changes shape during use, a solid volume that opens up when objects are stored within it. The cabinet is in fact a sculpture in the round you and your objects can participate in. •  wood, paint •  price upon request


Maarten Baas

Born in Arnsberg, Germany in 1978, Maarten Baas moved to the Netherlands in 1979 and graduated from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2002. His graduation works were ‘Smoke’, in which he set fi re to chairs and tables before coating them in an epoxy resin to preserve the charred remains, along with an ingenious sundial, which displays the time with shadows. ‘Smoke’ is now considered an iconic collection of contemporary design by museums, critics, collectors and the design-informed public. In 2005 Baas began collaborating with Bas den Herder, who is now responsible for the production of all of Baas’ works, producing them in small series or as unique pieces, handcrafted in the Netherlands. Meanwhile, Baas continues to take on ambitious projects and private commissions from hotels, restaurants, galleries and museums all over the world.

Franck Bragigand

Franck Bragigand was born in France and lives and works in Amsterdam. Over-painting existing architecture, mass-produced products or discarded objects found in the streets, is part of Bragigand’s project ‘Restoring daily life’. By re-painting architecture or objects, he gives them a new function and life as works of art.

Second-hand

•  by Maarten Baas & Franck Bragigand •  various sizes •  This special edition of Maarten Baas’ project, ‘Hey chair, be a bookshelf’ is made of contemporary discarded products, like a skateboard, laptop and push-carts. Artist Franck Bragigand painted it in collaboration with Baas. •  price upon request


SMAQ

SMAQ is a Berlin-based collaborative studio that operates in the field of architecture, urbanism and research. It was founded by the architects Sabine Müller & Andreas Quednau, who teach at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and the Technical University of Karlsruhe. SMAQ participated in urban research projects in Caracas, Kinshasa and Los Angeles. Current design projects include a master plan for Dubai, U.A.E. and the interior of an art hotel in Beijing; most recently they implemented a public bath in Stuttgart’s Palace gardens. SMAQ’s work has been widely exhibited at galleries and biennials including the Architecture Biennials in Rotterdam and Miami.

Cosy Chair

•  by SMAQ •  L167 x W130 x H72 cm •  There is no need to keep the entire room on an equal temperature; heating is only necessary where warmth is actually used. SMAQ’s Cosy Chair is an inhabitable radiator space, to be plugged into the heating system. Hot watter circulates through the continious tube, looses heat and creates fields of various temperatures linked to specific usages: hot for heating the tea cup, stell hot for feed and socks, warm for the back and luke warm for the legs. •  price upon request


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Hans de Pelsmacker Born in Ghent, Belgium, Hans studied sculpture at the Hogeschool Saint Lucas in Ghent, where he is teaching himself now. Since 1997 Hans has been making functional sculptures, furniture, light objects, and architectural installations. In 2000 he established his first commercial cooperation with e15 and Target Lighting. From 2001 he is responsible as the artistic director for Essential project.

ESS08 table

•  by Hans de Pelsmacker •  L210 x W80 x H75 cm •  Unique piece, handcrafted with sand-blasted aluminium. •  3900€ +VAT

ESS01 low table with light

•  by Hans de Pelsmacker •  L89 x W89 x H36 cm •  Unique piece, handcrafted with sand-blasted aluminium. •  3885€ +VAT


Cube ESS06 standing luminaire

•  by Hans de Pelsmacker •  L50 x D23 x W45 x Η210 cm •  Handcrafted sand-blasted aluminium •  3210€ +VAT

ESS10 seat with table

•  by Hans de Pelsmacker •  L45 x W45 x H77 cm •  Handcrafted sand-blasted aluminium | version with venge top available •  from 3493€ +VAT


Stefan Wewerka

Stefan Wewerka is a German artist and architect. His work is multi-dimensional, ranging from fashion to film and from office furnishing to buildings. Beginning as an architect, Stefan Werweka later devoted himself to object art, where the desk and the chair have been his preferred mediums. The core of Stefan Wewerka’s work, irrespective of the medium used, is the need to explore the methods that can be used to create space around people. Apart from the originality of his building design, he is also well known for his many competition entries, which have given rise to both debate and inspiration among his colleagues. Stefan Werweka has for example worked with untraditional approaches to desk design. Although looking deceptively out of line, the Montana-manufactured Height Adjustable Work Desk has proven to be an optimal workspace, uniting the feeling of the meeting room with that of the individual work place.

B1 (3Legged Chair) •  by Stefan Wewerka •  L68 x W48 x H77 cm •  white | black •  1115€ +VAT

M1 table

•  by Stefan Wewerka •  L168 x W148 x H74 cm •  ash veneer lacquered black | white •  from 3499€ +VAT


Gerrit Thomas Rietveld

Rietveld is often regarded as a ‘spontaneous genius’ who one day was able to create a red-blue chair and a Rietveld-Schröder house. That is an underrating of his thoughts and capabilities. One of his colleagues who certainly gave him his due was Aldo van Eyck who, in an article, wrote: “I admire Rietveld for his artistic skills, the magnificent things he made during his Stijl period. For the way in which he personally created a new architecture language which successfully evolved into what Mondriaan and Van Doesburg had in mind: a liberating human habitat, an environment which has taken shape in such a way that it would not give rise to anything frustrating.” Rietveld, from his lecture in the Centraal Museum in Utrecht: “In order for the transition and study to be released from tradition, tender and pure enough to be able to be the background and breeding ground for the new life, many ambitions had to be sung and whole-heartedly overcome again. De Stijl and the Bauhaus have done a lot in this respect. De Stijl almost scientifically searched for the elements of vision. We tried to find the most elementary things, the infinitesimal visual perceptions, we anatomised white light into 3 colours to which our eyes are sensitive, and we thought that the perception of red was an infinitesimal perception and thus a pure primary and elementary feeling. Those were the feelings we acted on”.

Military Chair

•  by Gerrit Rietveld •  L57 Χ D71,5 Χ H45/100 cm •  In 1923 Rietveld received a commission from P. van der Pluym, the owner of the shop named Wessels, to make chairs for the Catholic Military old-age Home in Utrecht. The stretchers and legs of this chair are joined by notches which were further strengthened by large bolts and nuts. The short back support is fastened to the tapered rear legs of the chair with the same bolts. •  satin gloss •  single 812€, set of two 1502€ +VAT


Military Table

•  by Gerrit Rietveld •  As you can see from the joints between the legs and stretchers, Rietveld designed this table in the same style as the military chair. The table top is not connected directly to the longitudinal stretchers but to narrow crosspieces above them, this creates a light spatious construction. Rietveld began experimenting with this type of spatial constuction in a table for the house of B. de Ligt in 1918. •  satin gloss •  from 2967€ +VAT


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Berlin

•  by Gerrit Rietveld •  L57 x W71.5 x H45/100 cm •  Around 1923 Rietveld introduced two new formal elements in his furniture designs: these were asymmetry and constructions with flat panels. Both of these formal elements can be arrived at by consistently thinking through the consequences of a previous exercise, namely how to create an open spatial structure from equally valued elements. The ‘Berlin chair’ gets its name because it was specially designed for the exposition room by Rietveld and Huszar in the show in Berlin in 1923. This chair, which later was frequently referred to as ‘the plank chair’, was executed with a mirror image twin. •  satin gloss •  2265€ +VAT

Steltman

•  by Gerrit Rietveld •  L50 Χ D45 Χ H40/70 cm •  Rietveld began and ended his career as an architect with the same kind of a commission, namely renovating a jewelry shop. The chairs for the jeweler Steltman were mirror images of each other and originally covered in white leather. The asymmetric form does not close off the space but has the open structure that Rietveld was already trying to use in all of his furniture pieces in the years 1918 to 1924. •  satin gloss: black | red | whitewash  clear coat lacquer •  from 1946€ +VAT


Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio

The collection named SIMPLICITY was born from the collaboration between Carlo Santambrogio and the designer Ennio Arosio with the aim of giving “transparent” shape to a precise and essential way of conceiving and living the spaces. The elements, even if strongly distinctive, do not overpower the atmosphere that surrounds them entering in perfect sybiosis with it. SIMPLICITY is realized in extraclear glass by Saint Gobain, tempered and stratified, named Diamant for its characteristics of extreme purity and brilliancy. It is interpreted in a unique way with the use of important thicknesses (30 mm) and treated with special technical procedures to guarantee total security. The essential characteristic is the “unicity” of the single elements which permit to realize standard pieces as well as complex projects. Our creations can vary in shape, dimension and finishing every time, allowing a high level of personalization. The use of glass sheets in a structural way excludes the need of profiles or other supporting elements. This way we eliminate all what may distract the eye from a contemplation of pure shapes and extreme elegance, born to surprise and to spread aesthetical pleasure.

Santambrogio Kitchen

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Sink

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Table

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Bathtub

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Bookcase

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Bed

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Santambrogio Sofa

•  by Carlo Santambrogio & Ennio Arosio •  price upon request


Pieke Bergmans

Pieke Bergmans is a young product designer from the Netherlands. She has studied at the Academy of Arts, St. Joost Breda (graphic design). HKA-Art-School Arnhem (3D-Design). Design Academy Eindhoven (Industrial Design). Royal College of Art, London (MA, Design Products). She works on a large variety of projects around the globe. Her favourite modus operandi is to alter existing production processes to come to new forms and functions. Pieke’s work is spontaneous, playful and fresh. She aims to combine function, form and message in a single elegant gesture. Whether working with porcelain, plastic or glass, she always creates objects that are of a pure and natural beauty. Diversity is one of her significant trademarks. She finds inspiration and opportunity in each industry and in every different material. In cooperation with factories, Pieke explores the possibilities of their production facilities, and manipulates them. The goal is to make ‘personalized mass production’ where irregularities are ruled in. “No two people are the same, and neither are two of the hairs that grow on your head. I wish our products were a bit more like this as well. The next step in mass production could be controlled imperfect production, for interesting, personal objects.” Pieke Bergmans works with a wide range of materials and has no preference for the use of them. “I explore materials and I’m curious about what they can do. From that angle, a product comes to life. I take peeks in foreign kitchens and let myself be inspired by what I see and experience. I also take the time to research and experiment. My designs depend on what I find along the way. I have an unstoppable curiosity for new ways to find and create form.


Crystal Virus

•  by Pieke Bergmans •  Crystal Virus on Hee lounge chair. •  2813€ +VAT


Crystal Virus

•  by Pieke Bergmans •  Crystal Virus on a High Chair No 01. •  2813€ +VAT

Crystal Virus

•  by Pieke Bergmans •  Crystal Virus on a High Chair No 01. •  2813€ +VAT


Crystal Virus

•  by Pieke Bergmans •  Crystal Virus on Masso Tavolo Basso. •  2813€ +VAT


Crystal Virus

•  by Pieke Bergmans •  Crystal Virus on a handrail. •  3080€ +VAT


workshop design


Cube Chair

•  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  L45 x W45 x H45/105 cm •  white | black laquered MDF •  650€

Infected Cube Chair

•  by Dionisis Sotovikis + Pieke Bergmans •  price upon request

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01 Workshop Bed

•  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  custom made

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02 Hovering Table •  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  custom made

03 Table

•  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  custom made

04 Desk

•  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  custom made

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05 Hovering Plynth •  by Dionisis Sotovikis •  custom made

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workshop furniture catalogue 2011  

workshop furniture catalogue 2011

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