#French #designer #CharlottePerriand is best known for her influential works from the 1920s, such as the #LC4Chaiselounge, and the #LC7 swivel chair that were created in the studio of #LeCorbusier.  While her early works are in the style of the bauhaus, her later designs use natural materials, and reflect her love of japanese #minimalism, which was inspired by her time spent in asia.  #Perriand created the #Plurima #storage system in #1983, when she was 80 years old. The #shelves are made…

#French #designer #CharlottePerriand is best known for her influential works from the 1920s, such as the #LC4Chaiselounge, and the #LC7 swivel chair that were created in the studio of #LeCorbusier. While her early works are in the style of the bauhaus, her later designs use natural materials, and reflect her love of japanese #minimalism, which was inspired by her time spent in asia. #Perriand created the #Plurima #storage system in #1983, when she was 80 years old. The #shelves are made…

#Swedish designer #SaraLarsson founded the company #A2designers in 2008. Her aim was to produce a range of #Scandinavian #furniture and objects created by local craftspeople in #Småland,  #Sweden.  #Larsson designed the #CollectTall #Cabinet in #2010. It is a follow up to her colourful collect cabinet created in 2008.  While the #cupboard appears in a pure #white to match many Scandinavian #interiors, the doors have a unique raised square texture, which gives it an almost woven appearance…

#Swedish designer #SaraLarsson founded the company #A2designers in 2008. Her aim was to produce a range of #Scandinavian #furniture and objects created by local craftspeople in #Småland, #Sweden. #Larsson designed the #CollectTall #Cabinet in #2010. It is a follow up to her colourful collect cabinet created in 2008. While the #cupboard appears in a pure #white to match many Scandinavian #interiors, the doors have a unique raised square texture, which gives it an almost woven appearance…

In traditional #japanesehomes, #cabinets (known as #tansu) were designed to be transportable, so the layout and function of the room could be easily changed.  #Japanese #designer #ShiroKuramata combined traditional #aesthetics with contemporary materials  to create the #iconic #pyramidcabinet.  Designed in #1968, the #shelves are made of a transparent #acrylic resin that hold 17 black drawers, that grow smaller towards the apex.  The cabinet is mounted on casters, for mobility as is the…

In traditional #japanesehomes, #cabinets (known as #tansu) were designed to be transportable, so the layout and function of the room could be easily changed. #Japanese #designer #ShiroKuramata combined traditional #aesthetics with contemporary materials to create the #iconic #pyramidcabinet. Designed in #1968, the #shelves are made of a transparent #acrylic resin that hold 17 black drawers, that grow smaller towards the apex. The cabinet is mounted on casters, for mobility as is the…

#ShiroKuramata is known as one of the most influential #japanese #designers of the 20th century.  With his #HomageToMondrian cabinet, #Kuramata has combined the aesthetics of european art, with the minimalistic lines of japanese furniture. Designed in #1975, the cabinet features the #iconic lines of dutch  #artist #PietMondrian's #artwork 'Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow'. Made from laquered wood, the cabinet features unique hidden drawers and shelves that unfold, almost like…

#ShiroKuramata is known as one of the most influential #japanese #designers of the 20th century. With his #HomageToMondrian cabinet, #Kuramata has combined the aesthetics of european art, with the minimalistic lines of japanese furniture. Designed in #1975, the cabinet features the #iconic lines of dutch #artist #PietMondrian's #artwork 'Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow'. Made from laquered wood, the cabinet features unique hidden drawers and shelves that unfold, almost like…

The Componibili storage system was designed by Italian designer and architect Anna Castelli Ferrieri in 1969, and been made by Kartell ever since.

The Componibili storage system was designed by Italian designer and architect Anna Castelli Ferrieri in 1969, and been made by Kartell ever since.

The #classic #Eames #hangitall was introduced in #1953 as part of Charles' and Ray's #kids range. First crafted with multicoloured ball hooks and a white wire frame, the finishes have been expanded to add sophistication and accommodate a range of interiors beyond the #nursery.  To create the rack’s framework, which attaches to your #wall or door, the same mass-production technique were applied for welding wires that had been developed for some of the Eames' wire base #furniture #designs…

The #classic #Eames #hangitall was introduced in #1953 as part of Charles' and Ray's #kids range. First crafted with multicoloured ball hooks and a white wire frame, the finishes have been expanded to add sophistication and accommodate a range of interiors beyond the #nursery. To create the rack’s framework, which attaches to your #wall or door, the same mass-production technique were applied for welding wires that had been developed for some of the Eames' wire base #furniture #designs…

In #1960 #designer #DieterRams created the #606UniversalShelvingSystem.  Not only is it one of the most versatile systems around,  it still manages to look new and fresh today... but perhaps that's because no two installations are the same.  During the 50s whilst #Germany was rebuilding, #architect trained Rams commenced work on interiors for electronics giant - Braun.  It would be the start of a long career with Rams transitioning to become Braun's head of industrial design.  In 1959 he…

In #1960 #designer #DieterRams created the #606UniversalShelvingSystem. Not only is it one of the most versatile systems around, it still manages to look new and fresh today... but perhaps that's because no two installations are the same. During the 50s whilst #Germany was rebuilding, #architect trained Rams commenced work on interiors for electronics giant - Braun. It would be the start of a long career with Rams transitioning to become Braun's head of industrial design. In 1959 he…

Released in #1963, the #USMHaller is a #design #classic and the flagship product of #Swiss company #USMModularFurniture.  Like Lego blocks, each discreet unit comes in a number of colours and styles and can be fit together to form any variety of shapes and configurations.  #Architect #FritzHaller was commissioned to redesign the USM building by Paul Schearer so it could accomodate both the factory and have plenty of room for administrative offices.  #Haller would create the pioneering…

Released in #1963, the #USMHaller is a #design #classic and the flagship product of #Swiss company #USMModularFurniture. Like Lego blocks, each discreet unit comes in a number of colours and styles and can be fit together to form any variety of shapes and configurations. #Architect #FritzHaller was commissioned to redesign the USM building by Paul Schearer so it could accomodate both the factory and have plenty of room for administrative offices. #Haller would create the pioneering…

#Sideboards were traditionally used in #dining rooms to display silverware and prized china collections.  They are also very coveted pieces of #furniture for their ability to divide a space creating discreet areas whilst maintaining visibility across a #room.  Today they are more often than not used as #mediaunits.  Like everything from #Finnish brand #Muuto, the #Reflect #sideboard is steeped in #scandinavian tradition and backed up by master #craftsmanship.  #Danish #designer #SørenRose…

#Sideboards were traditionally used in #dining rooms to display silverware and prized china collections. They are also very coveted pieces of #furniture for their ability to divide a space creating discreet areas whilst maintaining visibility across a #room. Today they are more often than not used as #mediaunits. Like everything from #Finnish brand #Muuto, the #Reflect #sideboard is steeped in #scandinavian tradition and backed up by master #craftsmanship. #Danish #designer #SørenRose…

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