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Sculptural, with a modern mix of materials for a masculine, yet warm appearance, the Lars lounge
chair will become the focal point of your room. Handcrafted in Vermont, the frame is built from
solid wood with broad armrests and a low sit for comfortable lounging. With leather sourced from
a Minnesota tannery, the seat and back are constructed by a Minnesota company known for
their expertise in crafting quality leather goods. The soft curves and expert craftsmanship ensure
this chair will age beautifully. available at:
roomandboard.com
lars leather lounge chair
designed by: Room & Board

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There are fascinating similarities between Polka Dots sideboard and the Za-Koenji theatre in Tokyo,
both of them designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Toyo Ito.

Inspired by sea waves and featuring numerous water bubbles, the sensation created is that of
diving into a pool, where a multitude of delicate bubbles gently tickle the skin and accompany
you into a state of grace, a sweeping sense of wellbeing never before experienced.

In 2014, Horm.it honours Toyo Ito on the occasion of the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize by covering
Polka Dots with a white skin, like the face of a Geisha, symbol of Japanese beauty and elegance.

When you switch on the lights inside the cupboard the bubbles come to life, creating a magical
play of light and shadows from which emerges the effervescence of Polka Dots.
available at:
horm.it
polka dots full white sideboard
designed by: Toyo Ito

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We all need to eat ... it's not what we eat or how we eat, it's what we eat it on ... the right table
is essential to the process and a glass top  table with a stunning table base, sure makes the food
taste better.  The craftsmanship and attention to detail make the Amsterdam a great
candidate for your everyday meals, but will add a statement to your home even when
you are not partaking in that festive meal ... available at:
organicmodernism.com
amsterdam dining table
designed by: Organic Modernism

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Cache provides a hiding place for books, records, collections, equipment and other
life-enhancing accoutrements. Solid walnut surfaces contrast with customizable matte paint
finishes to create the perfect resting place for close-at-hand storage. Cache is extra-long and
spacious, so it can house all your varied treasures. Solid FSC certified walnut, plywood
Dimensions: 24 x 70 x 18  inches. available at
zoemowat.com
cache cabinet
designed by: zoemowat

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Two angled solid wood planes are unified by brass brackets to create an unexpectedly
comfortable seat. The uncomplicated form is suitable for any room (entry way, dining room,
bedroom) or contract setting. available at:
bludot.com
amicable spilt 19’’
designed by: BluDot

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Reinterpreted the caning! The use of caning began in earnest during the Chair C 1715 Regency
(1715-1723). This is a pattern found throughout the centuries and which is part of the collective
memory.  An enlarged pattern, a metal frame is laser cut, the combination of style and
technology and we move from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century. Simple in
appearance, this is a technical achievement, it is made from a single piece of metal cut,
folded, welded and powder coated. Louis XV would have liked, Louis XVI would have loved it !

C 1715 chair and armchair come with 3 matching cushions using « trompe l’œil » pattern printing
textile. Available in 6 colours (*): Black, Blue, Grey, Red, White & Green, the cushion is composed
of high-density foam and 2 removable envelopes. Under this cushion, embossed hexagonal
shape fits into the centre hole of the seat. Indoor outdoor ...! The tailor-made C1715 line fits nicely
in your decorating or architectural project. Available in many colours according colour chart
RAL or in special colours on request. available at:
2222editiondesign.com
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C1715
designed by: 2222 edition design

Side tables available in various hardwoods and stones. Designed to exhibit the fact that the
lightweight wood framework is rendered useless without its weighty stone counterparts and
vice-versa. available at:
fortstandard.com
foundation
designed by: Fort Standard

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morrison credenza
designed by: Egg Collective

Based in Brooklyn, Egg Collective was founded in 2011 by designers Stephanie Beamer, Crystal
Ellis and Hillary Petrie. The trio produces furniture, lighting and accessories that evoke their own
personal histories and draw upon memories of families and friends. Recent honors include the
Best New Designer award at the 2012 International Contemporary Furniture Fair and inclusion
on Forbes magazine’s 2014 “30 Under 30” list. They were also commissioned to design a seating
area for the New York City Ballet’s David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. Their Morrison
Collection (2012/2014) was originally created for longtime friend Morrison Mullen, who needed
a custom cabinet for her small apartment. To overcome space constraints, the designers knew
the piece would need to serve equally well as a storage unit, serving station and media console.
What they created was a multifunctional modern take on the traditional sideboard, featuring a
stain-resistant stone top, soft-closing hardware, turned legs, sleek lines and delicately scalloped
profile. The original design has since grown into a collection of flexible storage equally at home
in the entryway, living room, dining room and bedroom. Made in U.S.A. available at:
dwr.com