By its name The Nap chair evokes every hour of the sitting wich is: "Normal, active, passive", and reflects its ambition to fill these functions. With an ergonomic, aesthetic and lightweight shell it can adapt to both private use and public use, in offices or communities.
Design Simon Legald Form is a functional chair with a simple design. Its polypropylene shell, very ergonomic, is combined with a wooden or steel base. The different materials meet in an elegant way and contribute to accentuate the high quality craftsmanship, leaving the furniture with a clean and simple expression.
Both modern and traditional, colorful yet understated, the TAK chair, easily blends into interiors of all styles, and can either complete a dining room table with elegance, or be used solo in a bedroom or office. Its stability and sturdiness also make it an excellent choice for public spaces such as town halls, hospitals and airports.
The Belleville chair, designed by Ronan and Bouroullec, is inspired by the Parisian bar furniture’s and more precisely by Belleville neighborhood’. Its lines wich embodies this style is here reinterprated with a sober and fluid design and manufactured with light materials. Therefore Belleville chair will find its room in a private as well as in a public...
The DSW chair, before called "fiberglass chair" design by Charles & Ray Eames in 1950, was created among a plastic shell série with a large range of base, is made of a non stackable wooden basis basis with black steel rod cross struts , and a polypropylene tainted seat shell declined in 14 colors.
Design Verner Panton 1955. Panton One chair is produced with both functional design and aerial lines with an apreciable comfort brought by it's slighlty curved backseat and its ergonmic hand-woven polyuretan strings with a nylon core.Its stainless steel frame version and the Uv-protected polyurethan strings make it perfectly suitable for an outdoor use.
Arne Jacobsen design by Fritz Hansen, 1965. Oxford swivel chair with flexible backrest low, medium or high. The shell is moulded wood comprising 7 layers of beech and 2 layers of poplar. Upholstered with polyurethane foam and covered with fabric or leather.
Grip table by Troels Grum Schwensen. At the center of the table structure there is a strong floating beam wich has the unique ability of creating a long free starroling table. The beam can support up to 5 meters length of table top on only 2 pairs of legs.
Alvar Aalto design for Artek, 1935. The Aalto Table 80 was designed by Alvar Aalto in 1935. The architect and designer created a series of tables for contemporary homes, which could be used in kitchens, dining rooms, offices or meeting rooms. The Aalto Table 80 is a sturdy table, yet light enough to be moved whenever necessary.
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