“The Tree is like many other products I have designed – part functional object, part sculpture. It functions as a space divider and a decoration, of course, but clever users will surely find other uses for it, such as a coat rack”.
- Eero Aarnio
We think the dogs will like it too!
The Tree, by Eero Aarnio, for Martela
It was the first fully-foam settee, at once simple and refined – perfect for an easy, untramelled way of life. The low seat platform, together with the undulating curves of the seat and back, invite relaxation. A true classic designed in the 1970’s. Its designer, Michel Ducaroy, has brought limitless possibilities to the world of sitting.
Ligne Roset has now developed a Mini Togo & Baby Togo.
Togo, by Michel Ducaroy, for Ligne Roset
Georg Jensen silver from Denmark has a tactile quality all its own, probably because it is handmade. It gets only better with age, and the prices fetched at auction are also improving with age. Time to take a closer look of that Scandinavian silver tucked away in your closet.
Eel dish, model 1054, sterling silver, 1957, by Henning Koppel, sold at Objects D’affection auction for $102,000, at Wright
Convertible armchair & chaise lounge with steel structure, polyurethane seat and chromed steel base. A mechanism makes it possible to flip the seat forward, opening up and thus doubling the length of the chair.
Flipt, by Jeff Miller, for Baleri Italia
A graphic game that becomes a further response to contemporary trends that suggest light, versatile bookshelves, that are simple and straight-forward only at first sight. Based on the Solaio model designed in 1993 this evolution of that system has been renamed 93–08.
93–08, by Carlo Cumini, for Horm
Doda is an interpretation of the classic bergère in more contemporary style. A welcoming armchair, which stands out for its measured proportions between thicknesses and the meetings of straight and curved lines. Sit back, stretch out and relax.
Doda, by Ferruccio Laviani, for Molteni & C
This unique low table features a laser cut treetop shaped design. Constructed of laser cut sheet steel, finished in stone gray or brown-gray; base in a brilliant polished stainless steel, to give it some depth.
Les Forets, by Pascal Mourgue, for Ligne Roset
Simple, essential shapes, dampened by rich and intense hues. The design concept originates from a suggestive and moving panoramic, almost aerial, view that pays tribute to the designer’s homeland of Mancha, an area of Spain steeped in contrasts that extends over the fields as far as the eye can see. The lamp is composed of methacrylate and aluminium sheets that diffuse the light creating a range of lighting effects on the wall.
Fields, by Vicente Garcia Jiménez, for Foscarini