Sideaboard ashwood frame stained black or stained walnut finish.
Enamelled glass mosaic decoration, bound with lead. Inlaid with mother of pearl.
Table in natural cherrywood with extending top.
The opening mechanism is positioned under the top and is moved by pulling out a small board located in the middle of the longest side of the top.
By lifting the top surface it is possible to extract one or both the underlying extensions.
Chair in natural cherrywood.
Padded seat cushion in polyurethane foam with upholstery in fabric or leather.
Table Ø 190 cm. in ashwood stained black or stained walnut.
The top has a revolving central part, Ø 110 cm., that can be adjusted approximately 3 cm. in height by means of a lever.
Veneered top in ashwood stained black or stained walnut.
Solid in ash frame stained black or stained walnut.
For the 6th edition of Design Parade, Villa Noailles has invited the Ecole Supérieure d’Art et de Design in Reims (Reims School of Art and Design) to exhibit a selection of works, the result of two workshops which took place in 2011, with blown glass as the theme.
Iconic design piece by world renowned british designer Charles R. Mackintosh.
Curved lattice back chair, ashwood frame stained black. Seat cushion upholstered in a special fabric either green or beige.
The 'meltdown series' by Tomprice are created using the same techniques applied to different materials.
The 'pp sheet' chair is created by heating and pressing a seat-shaped former into a bundle of crumpled polypropylene sheets. The sheets begin to liquify as they come into contact with the heated former, then set in the shape of the seat as it cools, creating a contrast in form and texture to the remaining sheets.
The Aram Gallery presents Casts and Moulds, the next instalment in its on-going exhibition series, Prototypes and Experiments. The sixth show focuses on casting and moulding as a means of manufacture. Each exhibitor was selected because they are exemplary of the scope in moulding across design disciplines; product, furniture, jewellery and architecture.
Conventionally a jewellery box is a special container for storing your prized possessions, it’s often decorated and contains several sections. Lady Killer Vol.1 is certainly a special container, it has a boxy form that houses jewellery and is adorned with carefully crafted decoration, and it even has upper and lower compartments.
A space for coming together and conviviality, this rug has been created to host the low table. Hand-knotted rug in pure wool.
A sculptural, visually dynamic form, is the unique characteristic of this low table. The table top in mat lacquered black wood is supported by four legs that are elliptic in section.