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The PH 5 lamp is an icon of Danish design that has gained immense popularity around the world.More info
Falcon chair by Sigurd Ressell, 1970s
Lamino lounge chairs by Yngve Ekstrom
The Ed Archer dining chair was designed by Philippe Starck in 1986 for Driade/ Aleph.
This model was designed by Japanese designer Noboru Nakamura for Ikea in 1976.
This beautiful Sofa was designed by Antonio Citterio and Paolo Nava for B&B Italia, Italy in 1979. It is called “Diesis”. It is his quality made and a lot of handcrafting skills are brought into it. It has become a...
This set of six chairs was designed by Ico Parisi in 1945. It was produced by Colombo Cantu in Italy. The chairs are in very good condition and have a great Patina. The seat covers are redone in a cognac...
The frame is made from solid beech stained wood. New leather upholstery. Carefully refurbished.
- 1970s - Good original condition - Leather and patina.
LINK is not a real sofa, it is more a large cushion or pouf that gives the function of sitting a different dimension.
Pair of Very Rare Dining Chairs Alan Fuchs, ULUV, 1964
– 1970s – Designer: Arch. K. Prager – Made for a new scene of national theater in Prag – Only a few pieces survived – Good original condition – Signed with four different numbers.
Design armchair from Finland. Very comfortably. Condition fair.
Historically, the Tuareg tribes have been seen as romantic desert-dwelling warriors and nomads. Their life style is reflected in the wisdom of their scarce, durable movable possessions such as tents, ornaments and clothes. In the absence of furniture, the reed...
Made in Switzerland to very high standards, this comfortable and robust Genilina armchair stands on a brushed aluminium swivel base. Produced as the sister chair to the king chair by Strässle and designed by Andre Vandenbeuck of Belgium. This swivel...
A set of six Hans Brattrud high backs Scandia senior chairs for Hove Mobler. A classic example of excellent Scandinavian Modern design dating from 1958, this is one of the finest chairs to emerge from post-war Norway and indeed Scandinavia....
Scandinavian Modern designed, rare teak and leather model Roundette dining table and six chairs. The table expands from a round that accommodates four chairs neatly tucked around its outer rim, up to an expansive roundel which you can then pull...
PK 22 low lounge chair designed in 1956. Beautifully patinated Cognac leather seat on stamped polish steel frame. Poul Kjaerholm was one of the leading post war Scandinavian designers. Frame impressed with Manufacturers Mark. This chair is an early edition...
Siesta Chair is designed by Ingmar Relling and produced by the Norwegian company Westnofa. The wooden structure is in great condition. The back and the seat are placed on a fabric stretched by cords, which contribute to the flexibility of...
Grand Prix chairs, design by Arne Jacobsen in 1957. At the Triennale of Milano in 1957, these chairs won the Grand Prix. Upholstered in black leather. Probably from the 1980s. Very nice state, foam and leather soft and in excellent...
Minimalist 1970s entire piece is upholstered in black leather with a smoked glass top coffee or cocktail table by De Sede, Switzerland. Rests on four brown plastic casters.
Midcentury modular seating group designed and produced in 1972 by COR, Germany, Marked. Smooth brown leather with an aged patina. Four modular pieces can be arranged in many configurations. Two middles pieces and two end pieces (one right and one...
Sculptural Limited edition 1982 ‘Turner’ lounge chair by Jack Crebolder for Harvink, in a very high quality purple leather on a black lacquered metal, (heavy) foot. The design has a high comfort. The chair was designed for Harvink in 1982....
Rare black leather lounge chair with footstool designed by Olli Borg for Asko,Finland,1964. Very comfortable swiveling armchair in original vintage condition,and a individual eyecatcher in every interior. Olli Borg was a Finnish interior architect .Borg designed interior design almost or...