Cassina offers a new reinterpretation of the iconic model dated 1935: an anthropometric response to the increasing sizes of modern generations.Armchair with main frame, seat and backrest in poplar plywood and fir solid wood. Massive poplar wood armre..
The sinuous lines of
the Arabesque armchair have the same natural tension as the body of a
ballerina. With this project designer Kensaku Oshiro achieves a fluid
balance and a flexible grace that stem from complex processes for ..
Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret.
Included in Unesco's
2016 Cultural Heritage list, the extraordinary architecture of Le Corbusier’s
Capitol Complex, designed by Chandigarh in 1951, has received accolades for its
celebration of an independent..
Cassina continues its study of the
furniture of the city of Chandigarh and adds the Kanga-roo low armchair to the
Hommage à Pierre Jeanneret Collection; a collection that stands out for its
essential forms and simple materials, a balance between m..
and exquisitely versatile, Cassina’s Wink armchair cleverly unfolds into a
chaise-longue. “Sitting on Wink means sitting on the floor and, when you are
seated there, according to oriental tradition, your spirit rises,” explai..
The Cotone range expands
with a new comfortable sofa that is characterised by the same distinctive frame
in extruded aluminium available in four colours: grey-blue, red, champagne and
graphite. This frame, seemingly simple due to its min..
The “1919” armchair, named after the year in which it was designed, is
actually archived under the code “128”. It is thought that it was
custom-designed by Renzo Frau for Filiberto Ludovico of Savoy, Duke of
Pistoia. Despite being commis..
From 1919 to 2019: exactly one hundred years on,
a new name, new dimensions and new proportions. Everything about the historic Poltrona Frau capitonné
leather model has changed and yet everything remains the same: in collaboration
Complex and formal in its
design, the Privé collection perfectly combines style and transgression,
merging to create an appealing mix of classicism, provocation and
playfulness.The collection is made up of diff erent models – different sized
Piero Lissoni with S. Sook Kim This system is marked by elegance, comfort and a wide range of
combinations allowing for great flexibility.
Its geometric and formal design reveals surprising warmth in its
ease of use and perfect func..
In designing Auckland, Jean
Marie Massaud undertakes a restatement, in a contemporary key, of the classic
lounge chair, which serves to reconfirm the original looks and comfort of this
timeless classic. The seat of this swivel chair, available in ..
This throne-like armchair is a
new iteration of the model that CRM donated, in 1904, to the “Willow Tea Rooms”
in Glasgow, his native city. The tall semi-circular back served to separate the
entrance area from the tea-room behind it. The back enco..