Ja, Gerrit is a domestic secretarial desk, which could function as a double desk, his and hers. Volumes are marked by geometrical spaces which intersect to define the space. The small variations of material and colour between varnished wood and black leather is interrupted by the bright colours of retro-varnished glass.
Ja, Gerrit, by Alberto Sala, for Bernini
Made from enameled steel, nylon and leather, the two orbits enclose the sitter. Dynamic.
Lounge Chair (1955), $16,000, by Luciano Grassi, Sergio Conti and Marisa Forlani, for Paoli at Wright
An outdoor/indoor, injection-moulded polycarbonate chair.
Poly, by Karim Rashid, for Bonaldo
Athos started as an adjustable table, now the range is extended with a storage solution. Different large shelf units and cabinet elements can be combined and re-sized within one another.
Athos, by Paolo Piva, for B&B Italia
Available in two heights, the Sina Armchair has two curved shapes that converge to create a small armchair with a strong personality. Sina perfectly blends well with other furnishings or even as a stand alone both at home or in public areas, a matching side or cafe table is also available in this collection.
Sina Armchair, by Uwe Fischer, for B&B Italia
The Trace chair collection has been further improved with the body made of Hirek plastic. Suitable for outdoors, stackable and designed for the contract sector.
Trace, by Shin Azumi, for Desalto
A sculptural piece of furniture, vaguely reminiscent of primordial stone or wooden objects; Monopod stands sturdily, tapering with an elegant curve to a wedge-shaped backrest.
Vitra Monopod, by Jasper Morrison