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Vitra – founded by Willi and Erika Fehlbaum, the owner of a shopfitting business – entered the furniture market in 1957 with the licensed production of furniture from the Herman Miller Collection for the European market - primarily designs by Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson. In 1967 the company introduced the Panton Chair by Verner Panton – the first cantilever chair out of plastic. In 1977 Rolf Fehlbaum took over the management of Vitra. In 1984 the partnership th... Read more
The Village Novecento Pietra d’Avola, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, is a decorative object expressed in a pair of houses, with the clean, precise lines of each piece recalling the style of Italy’s Novecento movement, the inspiration for the name he chose. The design sees an interchange of high and low arches, artfully cut so as to highlight the distinctive characteristic. It features a vivid rich dark tones of Pietra d’Avola.
Ztista Indoor Console, designed by Victoria Yakusha, is a plastic silhouette and slightly primitive form of ZTISTA furniture line for the indoor console. The support and upcycled steel frame are in a blend of cellulose, clay, flax fiber, wood chips, and biopolymer cover. The console's design is a cultural inspiration bridging links between a sustainable approach to contemporary living and the spiritual relations of ancestors with nature. ZTISTA is a Ukrainian word for made of dough.
Gallotti & Radice
Navigli B Shelving System, designed by Massimo Castagna, is a bookcase/shelving system with a hand-burnished copper structure and shelves. The hand-burnished copper finish looks naturally spotted and irregular. Due to this craft-made processing, each product is unique and exclusive. It is a perfect addition to a bedroom to display artifacts.
Gebrüder Thonet Vienna Gmbh (GTV)
Furia Rocking Horse, designed by the Swedish duo FRONT, is an elegant, playful piece in black lacquered bent beech wood, designed to bring fun and joy even to the children of the house. The seat is upholstered in light blue leather. It is a piece with an ironic vibe in which GTV’s trademark features meet the delicate, creative style of FRONT.
Urano Table Lamp, designed by Elisa Ossino, is a small sphere-like table light created by hollowing out a cube of Bianco Carrara marble shedding a soft and romantic light. The carving is done by a diamond drill to make a hollow for the light installation. Finally comes the “sanding” step which is done by hand.
Ripple is a piece of marble cut into the mass. A simple object, obvious and almost mesmerizing. Its profound pleats are as many possibilities, paths, imaginary landscapes, as seen from the sky. Every single one of them is a wave, a shelter, a receptacle that will welcome fruits, objects, etc. Marble bowl in Rouge du Languedoc.
The two Rosae Pedestals demonstrate the designers Goula/Figuera's ability to tame and constrain a material while creating a unique duality. These solid Walnut or Brushed Oak side tables have a textured base and legs that have been gouged and scooped out that starkly oppose the smooth and silky tabletop.