Chinoz Table Lamp designed by Jaime Hayon for Parachilna.
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Jaime Hayon continues to be one of the most celebrated Spanish designers on the international stage. When in 2006 BD decided to bet on his talent with the successful Showtime Collection, Jaime still was an emerging talent with an artistic profile out of the ordinary. His style has been refined over the years. In 2009 BD introduced a new piece in the collection: The Lounger. Now with the same elegance and comfort that is required for this type of chair, BD launches the Low Lounger. A version with a lower backrest, specially developed for the contract market and with the Hayon’s unmistakable stamp.
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Nautilus designed by Luisa Robinson for Hive.
Inspired by the swirls and whorls of seashells, the Nautilus is a contemporary floor lamp that hearkens to the romance of old world explorations. The shade is made of split bamboo, bent and woven together in a silhouette that spins within itself. The mahogany wooden stand lends a rustic undertone and the metal accents finish off the entire design. Details like the 360 degree neck swivel and a woven diffuser hinge add a sense of practicality to an elegant lighting piece.
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Pillow is a collection of chairs, armchairs and lounge chairs with solid beech wood frame and upholstered seat and backrest. The modern design reflects an elegant lightness that is intended as an example of sheer comfort.
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Fontal Armchair designed by Oscar Tusquets for Expormim.
Fontal’s look reminds us of a traditional chair that has been given a new appearance, yet it maintains lightness, warmth and charm.
Expormim have said “the project was born from the desire to take back rattan as a noble material, building on the rich tradition of craftsmanship in our country that supports its use.” To that end, they tried to give the hundred-year-old technique a new look, which was achieved by substituting the traditional strutting and joint wrapping for a twinning technique to join one reed to the next. With this innovative option, the designers created a flexible yet resistant structure that is very lightweight. They define the chair as “light, warm, charming and luxurious in the true meaning of the word“.
Fontal and the entire Expormim collection are now available nationally through KE-ZU!
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