Posts tagged as 'reedition'
Close-up of ‘The Pendant’ by Hans J. Wegner
Exactly half a century after its creation in 1962, this iconic ‘The Pendant’ lamp by the late, much-praised Danish architect and designer Hans J. Wegner has recently been reissued by one of Denmark’s oldest producers of fine furniture, Carl Hansen & Søn. Featuring a distinctive, integrated handle, the elegant, height-adjustable lamp is available in three colour variations: white shade with metal handle, black shade with metal handle or brushed aluminium with black handle. (more…)
‘FK01 Theban’ daybed by Ferdinand Kramer reissued by e15
The German furniture brand e15 has recently introduced a reedited version of this iconic woven daybed originally designed by the acclaimed architect and designer Ferdinand Kramer in 1925. Inspired by the cultural heritage of Ancient Egypt, ‘FK01 Theban’ comes in either solid oak or walnut while its hand-woven body is available in a textile or tanned leather version. The design is part of an eight-piece collection of Kramer’s designs which have been relaunched earlier this year by e15. (more…)
The leaflet featuring Ettore Sottsass' 1972 'Mettsass' table
Ettore Sottsass, the late, much-acclaimed Italian designer and founder of the Memphis collective, originally designed this bold, painted steel-and-glass dining table in 1972. Now, 40 years later, the Spanish furniture manufacturer Bd Barcelona has just announced it is to relaunch the iconic design as part of company’s (also founded in 1972) 40th anniversary celebrations. (more…)
Table version of the 'PROJECTEUR 365' by Le Corbusier
Earlier last week, the Italian lighting brand Nemo has presented its new reinterpretation of Le Corbusier’s 1954 ‘PROJECTOUR 365′ lamp. Created in collaboration with the Le Corbusier Foundation, the updated version of the pared-down, industrial light is now available in wall, floor and ceiling versions. (more…)
'LC7 Outdoor' chair by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand
The Italian furniture manufacturer Cassina has released an outdoor version of the iconic ‘LC7′ swivel chair. Originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand in 1928, the new ‘LC7 Outdoor’ edition is made of stainless steel and water-resistant, high tenacity polyester fabric which is available in five neutral colours. (more…)
Ilmari Tapiovaara's 'Kiki' range, reissued by Artek; photo by Tuomas Uusheimo
Ilmari Tapiovaara (1914 – 1999) was an acclaimed Finnish interior architect and furniture designer.
Now, exactly 52 years after ‘Kiki’ range has won him the gold prize at the Milan Triennale in 1960, the renowned furniture brand Artek is about to rerelease this beautifully reduced collection of upholstered, tubular steel furniture. The series, which Tapiovaara developed after having designed an initial, space-saving stackable chair intended for use in large spaces such as conference halls and auditorium, now also includes a two- and three-seater sofa and bench models; a side, sofa and standard-height table, as well as our favourite, a small but brilliantly vibrant tangerine stool.
'Reclining chair' by Robin Day reissued by twentytwentyone
Designed year after the breakthrough, 1951 Armchair for the Royal Festival Hall commissioned
on the occasion of the Festival of Britain, this modernist ‘Reclining chair’ by the acclaimed, late British designer Robin Day has been reissued by a London-based brand specialising in classic 20th and 21st century furniture, twentytwentyone. With its effortless, pared-down appearance and distinct, steel-rod legs, ’Reclining chair’ is, along with the now-ubiquitous 1963 stacking ’Polypropylene chair‘, one of Day’s most iconic designs.
The 'Baker Sofa' originally Finn Juhl designed this sofa for Baker Furniture Inc. in USA in 1951
The Danish manufacturer onecollection recently re-edited one of the most famous classics of Finn Juhl – the Baker Sofa. With the separation of the upholstered backrest and seating mounted on a light wooden frame Finn Juhl understood to create – and this is what he is famous for – a light but at the same time organically shaped piece of furniture.
The 'Baker Sofa' reedited by onecollection
Originally Finn Juhl designed this sofa for Baker Furniture Inc. in USA in 1951.
The sculptural forms are inspired by the modern free art, which interested Finn Juhl very much. The sofa has an upholstered body divided in two, resting upon an elegant and light construction of wood – a typical example of how Finn Juhl separated the elements in order to create a visual lightness.
The sofa is upholstered in wool fabric, of customer’s choice and in two colors if wanted, delivered in walnut or teak.
The 'Wall Sofa' on a steel base, to be mounted on the wall
The ‘Wall Sofa’, designed in 1950 for The Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum in Trondheim, where Finn Juhl was asked to decorated a room with modern interior design. The hanging frame is made of lacquered steel and is mounted to a wall.
The sofa has been produced in more lengths and is used in several of Finn Juhl’s famous interior designs and it is with its asymmetric look, probably the best example of how he was inspired by the modern free art.
The 'Wall Sofa' reedited by onecollection
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