Posts tagged 'chairs'


Artek’s chairs are evergreen exemplars of Finnish modernism

When many design brands talk about heritage, they do so to evoke an amorous sense of the past: artisan techniques, honest family-run business models, a

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Hamran’s Under collection highlights the natural qualities of timber

Housed in a partially submerged concrete building designed by the Oslo-based international architects Snøhetta, Under is Europe’s first underwater restaurant.  The Under collection includes chairs,


Introducing Contour by Origin

Origin deliver the Contour collection, steel furniture for outdoor life. PROMOTIONAL FEATURE A new collection of British-designed furniture from Origin marries contemporary yet timeless aesthetics


Advanced ergonomics meets technology in Comfort Seating’s newest product

It’s well known that sitting for long periods of time on a chair that is not comfortable, can lead to back pain and health problems.

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Eco Warriors: Mater launches recycled materials collection in collaboration with Dennie Ditzel

The Danish brand’s new furniture range is made out of ocean waste While the world’s oceans are becoming increasingly polluted, one brand committed to pushing


‘The division between home & contract furniture has almost disappeared’

The boundaries between contract and home furniture have grown increasingly fuzzy lately, but Cristiano Pigazzini, co-founder of Swedish design studio (and former onoffice cover stars)


Digital knitting & trainer fabric for Mattiazzi chair

According to designer Nitzan Cohen, the Uffici range for Mattiazzi was conceived to have the feel of home and the pragmatism of work. The chair


Seating designers embrace new modernism

Reissued by the big manufacturers, and reinterpreted by new designers, modernism’s legacy looms large When the Bauhaus’ modernist ideals infiltrated furniture design in the 1920s


Columnist Grant Gibson on the Deli chair

In Grant’s eyes, a mere lounge chair cannot compete with radical, resourceful design that galvanises social change. But nor is the Deli chair a pointless

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Treasure Hunt: Behind the scenes at Eikund

Back in 2015, Eikund founders Morten Hippe, Frode Tingbø and Jørgen Tengesdal went on a treasure hunt across Norway, rummaging attics and archives, to discover the country’s hidden



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