Posts tagged 'thonet'

Studio Irvine reworks the S 5000 for Thonet into modular retreat for modern-day workspaces

From its signature 1930s tubular steel pieces to New Work, Thonet and Studio Irvine present a modern (home) office update with the new S 5000


Best in show: top breakout furniture at the Salone

Antonio Facco for Cappellini The Anemos table by young designer Antonio Facco contains four retractable pouf seats that push together to form a rounded block.


Milan preview: Thonet’s bentwood sofa

It’s fair to say Thonet’s bentwood cafe chair is ubiquitous in furniture design. Originally launched in 1859 by Michael Thonet, it used the new technique of


Studio Makkink & Bey transform historic theatre

Tasked with updating the ornate historic interiors of dordrecht’s Kunstmin Theatre, studio makkink & bey acted from the ground up Flooring is too often an


Thonet debuts Formstelle lounge chair 808

Munich-based design studio Formstelle has created an ergonomic lounge chair and accompanying footstool for Thonet, which will be launched at imm cologne 2015 alongside a


Comment: Grant Gibson on the S 1200

After an initial period of radical progress, Thonet’s zeal faded. Does the new S 1200 range fulfil the late creative director’s wish for products that


Master of minimalism: Naoto Fukasawa

His products may be steeped in conceptual theory and philosophy, but prolific Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa really just wants to make people feel good  In

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Konstantin Grcic: The rational radical

In the run-up to Konstantin Grcic’s office desk launch with Thonet and Muji, Grant Gibson unravels the contrasts in the German designer’s inventive yet logical



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