‘minuscule’ chair by Cecilie Manz for Republic of Fritz Hansen
The award-winning Danish furniture designer Cecilie Manz has developed this understated, upholstered chair for Republic of Fritz Hansen. Described by Manz as a ‘formal chair for informal meetings’, ‘minuscule’ features a hand-stitched, leather-trimmed shell which is supported by a simple and lightweight plastic frame. The design was launched during the Salone del Mobile 2012 fair. Watch the designer explain the idea behind ‘minuscule’ in the video below. (more…)
'Favn' by Jaime Hayón for Fritz Hansen
The Spanish designer Jaime Hayón designed this new sofa for the Danish venerable manufacturer Fritz Hansen. On the occasion of this year’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile Fritz Hansen will prensent ‘Favn’, available in ten different colour combinations, at its showroom in Milan on Corso Garibaldi, 77.
'Essay' by Cecilie Manz
The Danish designer Cecilie Manz is known for her minimalist and unostentatious creations, which sometimes even seem to convey Japanese influences. Since she founded her studio more than 10 years ago prestigious manufacturers such as Nils Holger Moorman and Lightyears have been her clients. Recently the Danish manufacturer Fritz Hansen presented ‘Essay’, a dining room table created by Cecilie Manz.
'Essay' by Cecilie Manz for Fritz Hansen
The table’s clear and simple design, above all details like the gap between tabletop and base, makes the solid wood appear light and stylish.
‘Essay’ can be extended with black linoleum leaves, and several bases are possible. It is suitable both as a dining table and a work table.
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