You don’t set the glass on the table- the glass is the table. Established & Sons have crafted a hand-blown glass table, designed by Konstantin Grcic. The unique design is a two-part construct. A voluptuous, free-form glass bubble makes up the base of the table, and is topped by a translucent, colored table-top sheet of glass. This piece, named Blow, represents the work achievable using the skill of fine Venini artisans.
Shhh. With the WhisperTrac™ motorized drapery system, your light to heavily weighted drapery never has to travel louder than a whisper. The WhisperTrac™ comes in three different motor models: DT20, DT30 and DT32. The 24 volt motors can carry a maximum of 220lbs. of weight and 58 feet of drapery. The motor systems can be integrated with lighting and A/V control systems, and installed without the help of an electrician. Most drapery travels 5.9″ per second. Let Mechoshade keep those motorized seconds hushed.
The Kelvin LED by Antonio Citterio is a desk lamp with a surprisingly large spread of direct light and a double pantograph arm and 360 degree swiveling head. The body is cast in aluminum alloy with the outside head in die-cast aluminum with an injection-molded metalacrylate diffuser, while the external cover of the base in ABS with a white, anthracite, or black finish. This popular Flos lamp gives you both a warm, soft light while it is also an energy-efficient light source with LEDs. While using special Flostouch technology the switch only needs a light touch to turn the lamp on or off, or to change between the two levels of light intensity.
The refined folding Déjà-vu console by Naoto Fukasawa is an essential for any household. Made by Magis in 2010 the legs are made of polished aluminum and the tops are available in MDF either painted, veneered in oak or oak stained wenge.
Wrongwoods seems like an adequate description of the colors used for the different wooden home furnishing pieces offered through Established & Sons- but really it’s the combined last names of British artist Richard Woods and designer Sebastian Wrong, as part of a collaboration project hosted by E&S. The unfashionable, yet recognizable Wood pattern used for this line of utilitarian cabinets conveys a fashionable message in the unusually colored items. The typical materials used for these pieces are: timber, plywood, paint, clear lacquer and sometimes 6mm toughened glass.
If Oskar Zieta were decorating rooms in comic books, one of the rooms might feature a chair like this. Two steel plates are welded together and then expanded under high pressure, ensuring every Plopp chair is a unique creation. The black, yellow, gray or white stool/sculptures are either powder-coated or stainless steel.
The HAY-produced, moulded plywood Shanghay chair is composed of four small boards that fold around each other to form “the simplest chair imaginable.” Originally conceived for the Danish Pavillion for the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the chair was created to be a single segment of a long social bench that extends throughout both the inside and outside of the pavillion, in collaboration between BIG and Jeppe Hein. Multi-colored and easy to assemble, dissemble and reassemble, these pieces offer the versatility to create whatever hybrid design of the Shanghay you like.
Ceramica alumina, for the lamp of the future. Lampalumina is a delicate lamp collection by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, utilizing the high-tech, ceramic-aluminum fusion with subtle qualities. Light is of the essence, and this state of the art project aims for a harmonious blend of precision, the solidity and texture of industrial ceramics and the flexibility of the craft. Originally used in aerospace, the free form use of this ceramic sheds light on a lamp that is sleek, soft and interesting looking- maintaining an air of simplicity,while bathed in clean white. This innovative collection offers an introduction to what could become a model for future illuminating products to come.
H 930 * L 200 * l 165 mm
H 800 * L 200 * l 165 mm
H 670 * L 200 * l 165 mm
Wood and metal are furniture staples, but they have been classically rethought by Michael Young for their roles as components of the Lancaster chair. The cast aluminum seat and back are created to be indestructible, without compromising their chic, wearing either dark anodized or machine polished finishes. The wood legs are available in natural ash-wood and dark stain ash-wood. Emeco’s debut of the chair collection by the British designer will introduce the company’s first foray into component-based design. The Lancaster chair is brought together with materials meant to age richly, and maintain its stance as a good, sophisticated standard.
The craftsmanship of Murano’s master glass blowers inspired the design of this contemporary light created by Ronan & Erwin Bouroullec. Their idea to use traditional know-how from Venini, Italy gave birth to a lamp that balances the vulnerable nature of classically blown glass with the industrial look of hardware at the base, which is instead supported with a more delicate aluminum cylinder. The Murano glass color palette varies in function to the lamp, and ranges from pale pink to vibrant orange. Throw marble into the mix, and there shines a sophisticated display of light.