Furniture - Chair - Flag Halyard - Hans Wegner

Furniture - Chair - Flag Halyard - Hans Wegner

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Flag Halyard Chair designed by Hans Wegner  and produced by PP Furniture. With The Flag Halyard Chair, Hans Wegner acknowledges the early modernists such as Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Marcel Breuer, and proves that he too masters designs in chromium- plated steel pipes. Despite this gesture, the chair is still decidedly Wegner.

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Lighting - Tolomeo - de Lucchi - Fassina

Lighting - Tolomeo - de Lucchi - Fassina

 
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Furniture - Chair - Nap - Kasper Salto

Furniture - Chair - Nap -  Kasper Salto

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Fritz Hansen had an incredible display showcasing the NAP chair by Kasper Salto, from inspiration boards to prototypes to failed tests and more! It’s an inspiring way to see how much work and testing goes into a product that ends up so simple, functional, and beautiful. Fritz Hansen timeless aesthetic, discreet luxury and functionalism are very well suited for today’s demand for relevant design. They are focusing on well being and comfort and it shows with their new addition.

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Furniture - Chair - Grasshopper FK 87 - Fabricius & Kastholm

Furniture - Chair - Grasshopper FK 87 - Fabricius & Kastholm

Chaiselong in canvas with loose cushions and neck support in analin leather. Frame in chrome-plated steel. FK 87 Grasshopper chair/chaiselong is designed by Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm in 1968 and original produced by Kill International Germany.

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Lange Production is proud to have the exclusive rights to resume production of this unique furniture, which is timeless yet captures the spirit of the age.

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Furniture - Chair - The Chair - Wegner

Furniture - Chair - The Chair - Wegner

With his love of natural materials and his deep understanding of the need for furniture to be functional as well as beautiful, Hans J. Wegner (1914–1907) made mid-century Danish design popular on an international scale.

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The American magazine Interiors featured The Chair on the cover and referred to it as “the world’s most beautiful chair”.

The chair rose to stardom when used in the televised presidential debates between Nixon and Kennedy in 1960 and has since been known simply as “The Chair”.

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Furniture - Chair - 3107 - Arne Jacobsen

Furniture - Chair - 3107 - Arne Jacobsen

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The Model 3107 chair by Arne Jacobsen and produced by Fritz Hansen is one of the most popular chairs in Danish design history. It was designed using a new technique in which plywood could be bent in two dimensions. It has been produced exclusively by Fritz Hansen A/S ever since its invention in 1955. It is also the most copied chair in the world.
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1 min 3D animation about the Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen.

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Home - Accessories - Housebird - Eames

Home - Accessories - Housebird - Eames

 


Charles and Ray Eames augmented the interior "collage" of the Eames House with numerous objects brought back from their extensive travels. The figure of a black wooden bird - evidently one of their most prized objects of American folk art - has stood in the center of their living room for over fifty years.

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Home - Accessories - Monkey - Bojesen

Home - Accessories - Monkey - Bojesen

 

The Kay Bojesen monkey is something of a design classic, which is quite an achievement for a small wooden monkey. Bojesen started life as a silversmith, but became world famous for his wooden toys, and is known as one of Denmark's applied arts pioneers.

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The monkey continues to be made in Denmark from teak and limbawood, embodying the principles of Danish design and superior craftmanship. The monkey even features on Danish televison, as a mascot in wildlife programmes, and a prize in quiz shows. Produced by Rosendahl

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Home - Accessories - Songbird - Bojesen

Home - Accessories - Songbird - Bojesen

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The Songbird is a new creation from Kay Bojesen that joins the family of wooden animals created by the artist. The Songbirds were designed in the 1950´s but were never put into production at the time. Now in 2012 these six colourful personalities are launched and they will definitely find friends among design lovers all over the world. The Songbirds are made of solid beech and hand-painted, and they are named after the designer and his family: Ruth, Pop, Otto, Kay, Peter and Sunshine.

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The Bojesen’s patio at the family home Bella Vista near Bellevue, north of Copenhagen, was full of flowers, wicker furniture – and birds. There can be no doubt that this is the source of Kay Bojesen’s inspiration for the carefree songbird that he designed in the 1950s and hand-painted in cheerful colours. All six birds have a clean, modern expression, stripped of superfluous details.

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The birds are so lifelike that it is easy to imagine them breaking out in song as the sun rises. Kay is named after the master himself, a huge fan of the blue colour. Kay Bojesen was always impeccably dressed in either a blue suit, shirt and tie or his white smock. A gentleman with a sense for underplayed, discreet elegance! The birds are produced by Rosendahl, Denmark.

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