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Friday, 23 November 2012 10:17

Table TA - E601

E601 bigE601 set out to create an all-wood table with functionality and craftsmanship as key elements in the design. Inspired by the modern Scandinavian design from the 50s and 60s, Table TA’s light appearance is achieved by the clean, slim lines of the loose self-supporting tabletop and the tip-toeing three-legged sawbuck legs, whose rigid and stable construction with a laminated spruce core eliminates the need for underlying support bars. Made from oak veneered laminated spruce board, Table TA measures 355mm long x 720mm wide x 700mm high.

www.e601.dk

Friday, 16 July 2010 15:31

Toga-ALLERMUIR

Allermuir-augToga is a generous armchair with a unique "seat within a seat" design, which provides plenty of upper backrest support and added comfort. The parallel sides allow for the chair to be butted up to, or positioned in close proximity to other Toga chairs, which can be useful in reception spaces or VIP-type airport lounges. Host, a winner of this year's Design Guild Mark award, is a versatile yet simple laptop table with a rigid polyurethane top and cast aluminium base that would sit with any chair. A convenient hand grip to the underside of the edge facilitates easy manoeuvrability in conjunction with easy-slide glides under the base plate.

www.allermuir.com

Published in Seating
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 10:41

Cumulus-SEBASTIAN JANSSON

Cumulus is a modular lamp inspired by clouds - as there is no limit to the way they can be arranged. The reflective and semitransparent material – Glo-flex is held together by Velcro Ultramate which is delivered by Philippine company, Stavellan Inc. This not only creates a rigid framework, but also allows the skeletal structure to be configured into different shapes. The light is deflected in six directions within a sphere, and diffuses in a spectacular manner.

www.sebastianjansson.com

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