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BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2015 | The D.552.2 small table by Gio Ponti, in wood with a glass top, designed for the American company M. Singer&Sons in the ‘50s has been reissued by Molteni&C in partnership with Gio Ponti’s heirs. http://www.yatzer.com/best-of-milan-design-week-2015

The small table by Gio Ponti, in wood with a glass top, designed for the American company M. Singer&Sons in the has been reissued by Molteni&C in partnership with Gio Ponti’s heirs.

Side Chair (MR 10), ca. 1931.   Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Lilly Reich

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Lilly Reich Side chair (MR ca. 1931 Manufactured by Bamberg Metallwerkstätten, Berlin, Neukölln Courtesy Neue Galerie Photo by John Wronn Museum of Modern Art

Minimalist Style Sofas | Apartment Therapy

Description The Series One Sofa combines the all-round utility and good looks of our acclaimed Series One collection. Its comfort, classically stylish lines and

Kuskoa Bi chair is a 100% bioplastic chair made by Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki.

Kuskoa Bi chair is a bioplastic chair made by Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki.

Beam is a minimalist design created by The Netherlands-based design firm Oato for Kuperus & Gardenier. This is the first piece of a collection of products that will include an armchair, various sized dining tables, and an upholstered version of the armchair. The chair is made from oak wood and was inspired by stacked beam structures used in many cultures.

Beam armchair is a minimalist design created by the Netherlands based studio Oato in collaboration with woodworking company Kuperus & Gardenier. The piece has been inspired by stacked beam structures used in many cultures. Designers explain their process:

Beam Chair by Oato, made from oak wood and inspired by stacked beam structures.

Beam armchair is a minimalist design created by the Netherlands based studio Oato in collaboration with woodworking company Kuperus & Gardenier. The piece has been inspired by stacked beam structures used in many cultures. Designers explain their process: