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[ menu ] with a spring 2016 modernism reimagined theme debuts an entirely versatile new aesthetic to milan in 2016. the offering include a sofa, chairs, a table, several lights, a candle holder, bookshelf system, a tea kettle and a storage system.
above> godot is a comfortable and generous sofa series comprising 2- and 3-seater sofas as well as an armchair. the geometrical interior belongs to the occupant and the exterior belongs to the room. the geometry permits side by side as well as back to back. kvadrat textiles are used for the upholstery. iskos — berlin design is a partnership between boris berlin and aleksej iskos.
below> stone provides more than enlightenment to your home. the intention of norm architects was to create a soft cosy light providing the same effect as candles which could be placed in every corner of the home in order to create a cosy atmosphere. the smoky glass is mouth blown
above & below stick system: sticks that stick together, by czech designers jan plech áč & henry wielgus.
“we wanted to create a clever and aesthetically beautiful design solution for a modern generation that can be extended and adapted to fit different spaces, comments jan plecháč. wooden sticks and joints of steel is presented in various color combinations and wooden hues.
above &below> introduced in 2013, a modern take on the traditional dining chair, developed into a more refined expression and, finally, resulting in the synnes dining chair. in 2016, it has been further developed and updated with upholstery by kvadrat.
oslo-based designer, falke svatun, in 2014 set up shop with a focus on furniture, interior
pieces and low volume production objects and accessories. he has previously worked for the renowned design studios norm architects and søren rose studio.
above> the afternoon counter, cafe and bar table is yet a supplement to the afternoon chair (below) introduced in 2014. the same concept – a tribute to bauhaus and functionalism; reducing the amount of material to a minimum and enhancing the aesthetic appearance to a maximum. simple construction, with tremendous durability, the tables are very light. all tables have afteroom chairs matching its height. designed by hung-ming chen and chen-yen wei
below> the afternoon chair, drew inspiration from two modernist designs – michael thonet’s classic bentwood armchair and børge mogensen’s spanish chair. interpretation of these icons is afternoon lounge chair, with leather upholstery and steel arms that curve around to form a continuous backrest.
above> an inspiration for the lamp on the edge came after observing different private homes. a common denominator for the spaces observed reflect a more multifunctional usage of the rooms. the “on the edge” lamp is an interpretation of this tendency. suitable for indirect lighting, the versatile lamp also works as a pendant as well as a floor lamp. made of ceramic.
designed by n o i d o i, a norwegian design studio founded by kathrine lønstad and cosmin cioroiu. e-bound to a more uplifting expression.
below> eastern zen philosophy meets scandinavian design in kettle teapot. guaranteeing a perfectly brewed cup every time, this teapot will instantly become part of your daily tea drinking ritual. the tea egg is placed in the centre of the pot while the tea is steeping. when the brewing has finished, raise the egg by pulling its silicone string. designed by norm architects.