Furniture - Chair - Ottoman - Charles - Ray Eames

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The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman, correctly titled Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671) were released in 1956 after years of development by designers Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company. It was the first chair the Eames designed for a high-end market. These furnishings are made of molded plywood and leather. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art. The chair is produced by Vitra.
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Furniture - Sofa - Poeten - Finn Juhl

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Finn Juhl designed the sofa Poeten for his own home in 1941 - and I'm guessing that home was tall and not that spacious, judging by the proportions of the sofa. It might be well over 60 years old, but the Poeten is still an incredibly eye-catching piece of furniture. The sofa is produced by Hansen & Sørensen.

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Home - Accessories - Kubus - Mogens Lassen

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Kubus candleholder by Mogens Lassen and produced by Paustian. Mogens Lassen was ahead of his time when he designed the Kubus candle holder 40 years ago as a reaction to all the over-ornate and elaborated candle holders customary at the time. His candle holder was designed with almost mathematical precision - a sharp, cubical frame with cylindrical candleholders on top of it.

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Home - Accessories - Ball Clock - Nelson

The Ball Clock by George Nelson and produced by Vitra is probably the most famous clock design, the Ball Clock's whimsical design is as modern as ever. Designed in 1948, his vision was to bring modern lasting design into common aspects of the home.

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Furniture - Chair - Supernatural - Lovegrove

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Chair Supernatural by Ross Lovegrove. Produced by Moroso. SUPERNATURAL is an important innovation: it uses the technology of injection moulding in glass fibre reinforced polyamide with the gas moulding process. This production system envisages a significant investment by the company, but is resolved in a design product that offers excellent value for money and is perfectly in keeping with the rest of the collection.

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Furniture - Chair - DSR&DSW - Charles Eames

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Chair DSR by Charles Eames. Produced by Vitra. In the classic Eames Eiffel Plastic Side Chair and Armchair (1950)-the first industrially manufactured fibre-flass chairs-the Eameses honed two techniques with which they had been grappling for years: the use of a bent and welded wire base and a sculpted plastic shell seat.
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Furniture - Chair - Swivel - Charles Eames

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This Eames chair in chromed-aluminium, is one of the most famous Charles and Ray Eame's designs. The aluminium group hailed as the most distinctive design ever by Eames. The chairs is produced by Vitra.

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Furniture - Chair - Wassily - Marcel Breuer

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Chair Wassily by Marcel Breuer, produced by Knoll. Perhaps the most widely-recognized of Breuer's early designs was the first bent tubular steel chair, later known as the Wassily Chair, designed in 1925 and was inspired, in part, by the curved tubular steel handlebars on Breuer's Adler bicycle.
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Furniture - Chair - CH 101 - Hans Wegner

Chair CH 101by Hans J. Wegner and manufactured by Carl Hansen & Son. This collection was designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1970. In 2008, for the first time since their very limited production in the early 1970s select pieces have been re-launched as the Series 100 Collection.

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