Gio Ponti designed the D.153.1 armchair for his private house in Milan. This re-edition is based on the original drawings from the ponti archives. Molteni & Co
The 1.2 Shelf, by the Omer Arel Office, consists of two layers of walnut shelving offset by 12cm. The system is dismountable and can be wall mounted or used as a room divider. When wall mounted the space between the shelves allows books in the back row to be visible behind the objects in the front row. Omer Arbel
The 50MM range of tables by Forma & Cemento, including dining and console tables, are made by a single cast of fibre reinforced concrete over a 50mm steel structure. Forma & Cemento was founded in 2014 with a mission to design in concrete in way that makes it prized material. Forma & Cemento
The Piatto tables are designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of London based studio Industrial Facility. They are part of the Digest Collection which aims to explore a formal and visual lightness in metal furniture, as opposed to the heavy industrial effect that metal objects tend to have. The family of Piatto tables are made of solid steel plate, however they appear to be light. Fucina Design
From the Land is a multi disciplinary studio formed by textile designer Kezia Regan and architect Alastair Mitchell. The practice aims to represent geological identity through concrete and their creation the Tenon Table consists of two hand made parts made from concrete with raw materials sourced from the UK's rich strata. From the Land
Shiro Kuramata designed the Revolving Cabinet in 1970 for Cappellini. The chest of drawer comprises 20 drawer in red polished acrylic, and revolves around a vertical metal support. Cappellini was founded in 1946 by Enrico Cappellini in the Brianza region, north of Milan, Italy. Cappellini
Shay Alkalay and Yael Mer set up design studio Raw Edges in London after graduating from the Royal College of Art. Their creation Stack is a drawer unit consisting of individual multicoloured 'floating' drawer units that form a sculptural irregular object. Established & Sons
The head chef and founder of Noma, René Redzepi, commissioned Studio David Thulstrup to create the ARV Chair. The design of the chain draws from Danish tradition but has a contemporary and timeless quality. The chair is manufactured by Brde. Kruger, a firm that was founded in Copenhagen as a woodturning company and dates back to 1886. Brdr Kruger
Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen of OS and OOS designed the Matrix Bench as part of the Matix project. The project aims to create a system with endless configurations using a grid structure that changes from being almost transparent to solid depending on the perspective. Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen work from Eidenhover in the Netherlands and created OS and OOs in 2011. OS and OOS
The Kyoto table is designed by Gianfranco Frattini, manufactured by Bottega Ghiandais and consists of beech wood slats joined at 45 degrees to form 1,705 joints and 1,600 holes. Gianfranco Frattini worked with his mentor Gio Ponti and subsequently started his own practice in Milan in 1954. Bottega Ghianda
Arne Jacobsen's Series 7 chair is the subject of a collaboration between Fitz Hansen and Leyla Piedayesh's Lala Berlin fashion brand. Bold colours and velvets adorn the Series 7 chairs. Fitz Hansen
The MJA table lamp was designed in 1930 by Jacques Adnet. Jacques Adnet was a great exponent of French Modernism. MJA, Memory of Jacques Adnet, has been in production since 2005, prior to which it was only a prototype. The lamp is made of brass with a Palladium finish. Lumen Center Italia
LessLess is a complete range of tables, rectangular and square, painted in different colors. An aluminum table the strength of which lies in a play on corners and folds. The external outline of the horizontal table top is very thin and stiffness and it is obtained by bending the aluminum sheet along inclined planes. Designed by Jean Nouvel, originally for the Fondation Cartier in Paris, the LessLess tables is a result from his approach to design which comes from a need to create objects for his own architectures. Molteni & C
Lounge Seating designed by Charles Pollock for Bernhardt Design. Charles Pollock's designs were governed by two principles. Creatively, he favored a continuous curved line when sketching ideas and creating forms. The second principle was that any product must be visually attractive, functional, and affordable. In 2012, the 82-year-old Pollock introduced his first new product in America since the debut of his iconic Pollock Chair forty-seven years earlier. Pollock’s new collection CP Lounge was commissioned by Bernhardt Design. Bernhard Design
Storage Unit design by Piero Lissoni for Glas Italia. Storage furniture in striped or checked printed glass, tempered and glued 45°, with silvered base. The sliding doors run in transparent plexiglass tracks, whilst the slender legs are in glossy chromium-plated metal. Supplied with 8 mm thick tempered extralight glass shelves. Glas Italia.
This kitchen is a collaboration between Sebastian Cox and deVOL. Using only sustainable timbers, which have all been grown in England, with Birch plywood carcases, doors made from sustainable timbers such as Beech and Ash and the incorporation of beautiful and delicate woven panels, deVOL and Sebastian Cox have created a beautiful kitchen using timbers which are very often overlooked. deVOL
Karl Malmvall has designed a step ladder beautiful enough to be placed on the wall as a piece of decoration, rather than to be stoved away in a dark closet. There is even a small hook included for the purpose, so that it always can be within reach. Soild beech (lacquered) or oak. Design House Stockholm.
Aggestrup #80 is a modular sofa. The #80 black was Camilla Aggestrup's first edition, and the next edition is called the white edition, as an opposite. The mission is to create products that attract awareness towards moments in life and the human body itself. The sofa provides comfort, privacy and flexibility but still keeps the simple aesthetic values that are well-known from the Danish Design tradition. All products are handcrafted and produced in Denmark. Aggestrup.
Commissioned by Canteen for their group of restaurants. This design can be seen as an evolution of the once ubiquitous post-war Utility Chair, still a familiar sight in the UK today. Klaus & Carpenter managed to reduce the chair to three main components. The powder-coated frame is made from one continuous piece of bent tube. Hidden fixings join it neatly to the plywood seat and back. Along the way they subtly updated the look of the classic archetype. The result is light weight, stackable and versatile: the Canteen Utility Chair. 2009. VG&P.
The Joyce cabinet has sliding glass-fronted doors and a timber-lined interior with four adjustable shelves and four drawers. There are 2 cable grommets above the drawers. Pinch is the collaboration between husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon and is run from their studio/ showroom in Clapham, London. Pinch Design.
Certain things become so strongly associated with an era that they become timeless. This is certainly true of Nils Strinning’s shelf system, string®, which was designed in 1949. It may seem strange that something as simple and humble as this little dainty light shelf with its thin side panels has become one of the twentieth century’s foremost design icons. String.
The Straight Chair is George Nakashima's modern interpretation of the traditional Windsor chair. Originally designed in 1946 and reintroduced by KnollStudio in 2008 in collaboration with George Nakashima’s daughter, Mira. Using three-dimensional scanning software, the Knoll Development Group created an exact replica of the handmade original. Knoll
Hans J. Wegner designed the Wishbone chair for Carl Hansen & Søn in 1949 and it has been in continuous production since 1950. Despite the chair's straightforward appearance it takes more than 100 steps to make one and the hand woven seat consists of more than 120 meters of paper cord. Carl Hansen opened his furniture workshop in Odense, Denmark in 1908 and still manufacture in a modern factory just outside Odense. Carl Hansen
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was selected to design the German Pavilion for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona. Inside, Mies included chairs and stools for the King and Queen of Spain. Designed in 1930, the Barcelona Couch shares the same simple elegance as the iconic lounge chair. Mies granted Knoll the production rights to the Chair and Stool in 1953. Knoll was formed in 1938 by Hans Knoll in New York. Knoll
Charles and Ray Eames, the American designers who have made significant contributions to modern architecture and furniture, conceived and developed the Aluminium Chair in 1958 for the private residence of an art collector in Columbus, Indiana (USA). The chair is constructed by stretching fabric or leather between two aluminium side members create a taut but elastic seat. This is in contrast to the seat shell. The chair adapts to the body of the sitter and is comfortable, even without elaborate upholstery. Vitra