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At ninety-four years of age the legendary Danish-born American designer Jens Risom has collaborated with Rocket and Benchmark, who have jointly secured the European rights to reissue his 1950s and 1960s furniture designs. This bench is another iconic Risom piece and was first introduced in the early 1950s. Available in 2 different frame colours - Oak or Walnut with 3 different Leathers and 1 Fabric colour.
The straightforward lines and design of Vitra Nelson Bench reflect George Nelson's architectural background. Like many design classics it can be used flexibly as either a bench or an occasional table. Available in two different sizes.
A true Design Classic, the Polo range with its many distinctive holes by Robin Day. Equally cool for bars or kitchens alike. Polo stools are still made on the original machine Robin Day designed in the 1970's. This version is the Skid base version but it also comes in the 4 legged version. Available in 9 different shell colours.
At ninety-four years of age the legendary Danish-born American designer Jens Risom has collaborated with Rocket and Benchmark, who have jointly secured the European rights to reissue his 1950s and 1960s furniture designs. A typically versatile piece by Risom from 1955, a table that with the addition of an upholstered cushion which then becomes a bench. Available in 1 Leather and 3 Fabric colours.
With its intuitive and equally self-evident shape Vitra Hocker represents fundamental aspects of the conceptual style of work of Herzog & de Meuron. It forms part of a series of additional objects and installations that accompany the architectural design work of the Basel architects as independent projects.
Part of the SCP Boxed collection.The SCP Ulrik stool is made from solid ash and features a beautifully executed joinery detail that allows the seat to be constructed from two separate parts. This detail gives the stool both poise and a comfortable sitting position. Viewed from different angles Ulrik vastly changes in appearance, the seat at times appears to look like a drawing of a heart. This ever changing appearance, accentuated by the natural splay of the legs, gives the stool a personality and wit all its own.
Vitra Hal Ply Tube Stool is the new version of the Hal plastic stool, with a wood seat. A very simple, recognisable design but in the same way fresh and original. The shape of HAL‘s shell ensures plenty of freedom of movement and the slightly flexible wood makes many different sitting positions possible – even sideways and astride the chair. Hal Ply Tube comes in 3 different wood finishes and 2 different heights.
Kartell Spoon Stool is an original stool whose shape is as elastic in appearance as it is in function. The innovation of spoon consists mainly in attaching the seat to a central support with a specially reinforced curve to guarantee a comfortable sitting position. The gas lift pump adjusts the height and is perfectly inserted into the stem. In the same ingenious fashion, the handle which regulates the mechanism is perfectly concealed inside the seat.
The beautiful curved shape is reminiscent of Butterflies wings - a sculptural masterpiece. The Butterfly Stool blends Eastern shapes with the technique developed by Charles and Ray Eames of shaping plywood. The Butterfly Stool comes in two different finishes - Maple or Palisander.
Considered a design classic, the e15 Backenzahn is part of several permanent exhibitions in Museums. With its four identical legs made of solid wood in either a stool or table verison. The slightly concave seat provides sitting comfort in the stool version and Backenzahn can also be supplied with a flat top to be used as a side table. Available in two different colours - European Oak or European Walnut. The splits and imperfections of the wood are a characteristic of this iconic product.