David Vintiner|Rasmus Norlander|Jonathan Mauloubier|||Mario Gastinger||Ingmar Kurth|Moroso|Ingmar Kurth||Stefan Diez at the townhouse where Wrong for Hay took up LDF residency|The New Order shelving system for Hay|New Order comes in many guises, working as a space divider, too|Diez’s rainbow-galvanised version of his Chassis chair|A firm that paints military vehicles was used for the galvanising process|The Chassis chair attempted to be an ‘everychair’|Wrong for Hay’s gravity-defying Rope Trick floor lamp|Cleverly folded pieces, like Moroso’s Bent seat, were an early signature|Bent table, part of a wider range for Moroso|E15’s lightweight Houdini chairs, made from veneered lacquered plywood||
08 Nov 2013

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