Pando from COR

January 6, 2007

pando_105_b.jpg LIGHTNESS, ELEGANCE AND UNIQUE DESIGN – that’s Pando, the small single chair. Graceful cushion surfaces and the filigree steel tubing frame are the most distinctive features of a highly attractive chair that is ideal for use in combinations.
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Alessi Blow-Up Table

January 6, 2007

alessi_8833.jpg The tremendous enthusiasm for the Campana Brothers’ “Blow-Up” series of objects has given us the “Blo-Up” side table for the 2006 Collection. As much scultpure as a table, this piece is the perfect size for use virtually anywhere. This piece is part of Alessi’s Spring/Summer 2006 Collection.

Paulistano Armchair

January 6, 2007

zm_9195_9.jpg A Brazilian version of a Bauhaus classic, Paulo Mendes da Rochas Paulistano Chair (1957) is a piece that holds its own with the iconic cantilevered armchairs from Alvar Aalto, Mart Stam, Mies van der Rohe and other European classics.

Ei from Fritz Hansen

January 6, 2007

ei_2.jpg The egg is a revolving and tilting armchair. The cushions in cold foam lie on a wooden frame and are covered with material or leather. The shell of the egg is of plastic upholstered with cold foam and covered with material or leather.

Moebius Table

January 6, 2007

zm_8982_7.jpg “We discovered the Moebius Table in Parma, Italy, but with its endless looping base and delicately suspended glass surface, this is a design that defies national boundaries. The beautifully grained base flares and narrows in six arcs, creating a look of poised animation. Each upright is accented by brass hardware and is the balance point for the 3/4″ glass top. Reminiscent of the iconic Noguchi Table, the Moebius is a classic in its own right, blending rhythmic form with straightforward function.”