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.
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.
Seppo Koho design. Designed in wood and entirely handcrafted, the Petite 4600 pendant will naturally embellish any interior with a contemporary or classic design. It can be hung over a table or bar, alone or in combination. The diffused light is dimmed for extra visual comfort.
Kaari round table is part of a serie of furnitures forming collection of the same name, created by designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec it is elaborated around a wooden and bent steel base wich brings to the table a singular and light apearance.
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.
The pendant PH 3 1/2 - 3 designed in 1929 by Poul Henningsen is a part of the very beautiful lamps of the "PH" family (initial of the designer) with a multi-part stretched steel shade which created a direct lighting to focus on an object or a surface and which can be used in any kind of spaces to be enlighted. (kitchen, room, dining room ..) Available in...
Alvar Aalto design by Artek, 1952. The discreet and minimalist cylindrical pendant, Artek A110, is declined in black and white. It is a very popular choice for kitchens, especially when installed in a line over a worktop or table. The A110 lamps are also frequently used in hallways and entrances for focused and functional lighting.
Hans J. Wegner design, by Carl Hansen. This elegant table in solid wood is the ideal table for furnishing small kitchens and dining rooms. Its two removable hinged end flaps are easy to pull up when unexpected guests knock at the door. Available in two sizes.
The Doo-wop pendant, also known as the Navy Pendant, was initially designed in the 1950s for the Danish Navy’s buildings. It is now re-entering the market with new colors and is also available in a brass edition. The Doo-wop pendant spreads a soft and diffuse light, directed both upwards and downwards, and will brighten up any room in the house.
Anu Moser design for Louis Poulsen. The delicate yet simple design of the Moser lamp allows it to easily blend into any environment, be it modern or classic. Above a table, desk, worktop, or in a bedroom, the Moser pendant, with its soft and diffuse light, will quickly establish itself as an invaluable source of ambient lighting.
Poul Henningsen design for Louis Poulsen, 1926. The PH 3/2 pendant in white opal glass, is both modern and elegant. It diffuses soft, glare-free light. Particularly suitable for the general lighting of small rooms, such as bedrooms.
Louis Poulsen design. With its simple, timeless style, the Toldbod 120 pendant provides a clear and comfortable source of light when hung over low tables, worktops, or desks, highlights the main focal points of any room or adds a touch of color to an understated decor, subtly bringing character to even the plainest of rooms.
Seppo Koho design. Entirely handcrafted out of wood, the Secto 4201 pendant will naturally embellish any interior with a contemporary or classic design. It can be placed over a dining room table or counter for high-quality lighting. The light diffused is soft and dimmed, for perfect visual comfort.
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