An entire room for sale, a faithful reproduction of a
student room in the Maison du Brésil, inaugurated in 1959 at the Cité
Internationale of the University of Paris. In the early 1950s, the Brazilian
government commissioned the design from the ar..
The artist Bertjan Pot has
designed a fabric in Jacquard variants specifi cally for the Utrecht armchair
to offer a contemporary reworking of this icon from 1935 designed by Gerrit T.
Rietveld. The architecture of the armchair is reflected in the ..
Contemporary interpretation of the 1935 icon with special
upholstery designed by the fashion designer Paul Smith for Maharam by Kvadrat. Point is a vibrant upholstery textile that is a study in scale,
density, rhythm, colour and proportion.Not..
Charles and Ray Eames developed a toy elephant made of plywood in 1945;
however, this piece never went into production. One prototype was shown at the
Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1946 and still survives in the Eames family
archives today. ..
as a prototype by Charles and Ray Eames while experimenting with the
three-dimensional moulding of plywood, their legendary toy elephant will be 75
years old in 2020. To mark the occasion, Vitra has developed a special edition
of this p..
The 'Hang it all' coat rack by Charles and Ray Eames,
with its characteristic, brightly coloured balls, has long become a design
classic. Vitra is now presenting an elegantly understated special edition with
balls made of light-hued Carrara marble..
The Sanluca armchair, presented in
1960 at the XII Milan Triennale, is one of the great icons of Italian design.
Designed by Achille and Pier
Giacomo Castiglioni, when it was first unveiled it created quite a stir
for its original ..