LC14 01 Tabouret stool CabanonDesigned in 1952 for the Cabanon, a hut built by Le Corbusier on
the French Riviera, where alongside the many fixed furnishings, the furniture
was all conceived as boxes.This stool is Spartan and yet at the same time s..
The LC8 stool takes its
inspiration from the swivel chair designed in 1927 by Charlotte Perriand for
her own apartment in the Place Saint-Sulpice in Paris, and was shown at the
1929 Salon d’Automne, as part of a collection co-designed with Le Corb..
A stool with an architectural
presence that reflects, to perfection, Charlotte Perriand’s love of poetic
harmony. The first version of this stool was for the designer’s own dining room
in her Paris apartment, and was made of tubular steel with a r..
Designer Claudio Silvestrin offers a new
take on the bar stool: Le Spighe. The footrest
extends down from the seat and the soft disk-shaped cushion seems to float
above the American walnut chair. The result is an intriguin..
Leplì is a stool, bench and pouf. Kensaku Oshiro designs four
versatile pieces with a strong identity. The designer draws on traditional
Poltrona Frau processes and decorations, combining them with sartorial details
borrowed from the wor..
variously sized sofas of the Mariposa family can be combined with round
ottomans in two different sizes. They harmonise with the soft contours of the
sofas and create even more ways to enjoy Mariposa's superb comfort...
Numerous works by the creative duo
Front are devoted to the systematic observation of sleeping or hibernating
animals. This fascination inspired their design of a group of slumbering
creatures – Resting Animals – whose poses exude a serene tranqui..