Duke Armchair by Content By Conran
The Duke is a classic Conran take on the resplendence of the traditional wing chair. A classic look that would be suitable for a traditional or a modern interior. Available in many fabric and leather choices with a choice of 4 leg stains
Glove Armchair by Content By Conran
Glove is an iconic armchair designed by the Godfather of British furniture - Terence Conran. Available in White leather with a black shell. A Design Classic of the future. The name of the chair is a reflection of the way the chair cocoons you and surrounds you
Matador Armchair by Content By Conran
Matador by Content By Conran is a distinctive upholstered chair with curved sides and tapered back. Its modern take on the traditional wing back chair with a dynamic thrust to its lines, brings the majestic elegance of a sixties matador to your living room. Available in many fabric and leather choices with a choice of 6 leg stains
DA1 Chair designed by Ernest Race in 1946 for Race Furniture
DA1 by Ernest Race is a piece of Classic Mid-Century British Design. Originally conceived with Heals of London as a series of easy chairs and settees for the modern home. With its light anatomical construction, the DA series was a radical departure from the traditional bulky armchairs of the past while still providing exceptional comfort. Upholstered in a Chocolate coloured Bute Clyde Fabric (other colours and materials available on request) with Matt finished Aluminium legs.
Heron Armchair by Ernest Race in 1955 for Race Furniture
The Heron chair fuses exceptional comfort with dynamic sculptural form - the chair is a contemporary of similar designs by Eames and Saarinen with a British familiarity. Still made in the UK its design incorporates technically challenging upholstery techniques. Available in 5 different fabric finishes and with or without an ottoman.
Rocker by Ernest Race in 1948 for Race Furniture
The Rocker by Ernest Race preceded the Antelope chair and though not a fashionable concept at the time, it has become a highly collectable design icon now. The Rocker comes with a web-sprung removable seat cover and also with the option of a 4 button back cushion. The armrests are made of a beautiful hardwood either oak or ash. Available in three different frame finishes - White, Light Blue or Black and with or without a back cushion.
Masculo Lounge chair designed by GamFratesi Design Studio in 2008 for Gubi
Design partnership, GamFratesi embodies the meeting between Italian and Danish design. The considered and minimal approach of the Danish design tradition is combined with a sense of quirkiness and the desire to tell a story. With GamFratesi the contrasts are often key to their inspiration. They work strictly within the Scandinavian approach to craft, simplicity and functionalism but there is always a strong emotional pull towards concept and the story behind each piece. With GamFratesi's Masculo Lounge Chair, designed in 2008, we see the emergence of a new, future design classic from Gubi. Masculo Armchair is available in Black or Cognac Leather with a Black or Chrome base.
Safari Armchair designed by Jens Quistgaard in 1965 for Gubi
Jens Quistgaard was an original thinker, an entrepreneur, an innovator and a prolific designer. Through his collaboration with Ted Nierenberg, Quistgaard designed more than 4,500 products before his death in 2008. One of his most successful furniture designs is the distinctive Safari Chair, designed in 1965. Safari Chair is one of a kind and today is considered an international design classic. Quistgaard's designs have been awarded numerous prizes and are in the permanent collections at both the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Louvre in Paris. The chair is assembled without screws and brackets, the form is held together by inner tension. The Safari Chair comes in black leather.
U431 Oak Chair designed by Jen Risom for Rocket
At ninety-four years of age the legendary Danish-born American designer Jens Risom has collaborated with Rocket and Benchmark, who have jointly secured the European rights to reissue his 1950s and 1960s furniture designs. This chair first appeared in the 1955 catalogue of Jens Risom Design Inc, but by the 1959 edition it was no longer in production. The Oak side chair comes in three different colours - Orange or Blue Fabric or Black Leather.
U431 Walnut Chair designed by Jen Risom for Rocket
At ninety-four years of age the legendary Danish-born American designer Jens Risom has collaborated with Rocket and Benchmark, who have jointly secured the European rights to reissue his 1950s and 1960s furniture designs. This chair first appeared in the 1955 catalogue of Jens Risom Design Inc, but by the 1959 edition it was no longer in production. The Oak side chair comes in three different colours - Yellow or Blue Fabric or Dark Grey Leather.
Armchair Joe Colombo designed by Joe Colombo for Kartell
With Armchair Joe Colombo, Kartell pays homage to one of the most iconic pieces in its Museum. The re-edition of the 4801 armchair designed by Joe Colombo is an authentic symbol of classic design from the 60's and now much sought-after in auctions of modern historical pieces. Well-known also for being the only piece produced by Kartell made entirely from wood, that same design classic can be produced today using industrial technology to reproduce the curving lines of Armchair Joe Colombo. Available in 3 different colours.
Bubble Club Armchair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell
Bubble Club is a design icon by Kartell. The mass-tinted polypropylene Bubble Club Armchair was a pioneer of a new concept in furniture design - a sofa made entirely in plastic. Technology and lots of research made it possible for Kartell to mass produce what was traditionally hand made. Bubble Club is perfect for outdoor use and comes in 6 different colours. Also available in the Bubble family is a Sofa and Table. Bubble Club won the "Compasso D'Oro" Award for design in 2001.
Comback Rocking Chair designed by Patricia Urquiola for Kartell
Comback Rocking Chair by Kartell is a reinterpretation of the great classic Windsor Chair. Brought upto date with the mixture of Plastic and Wood. The seat is made of a batch-dyed technopolymer plastic and combines beautifully with the wooden legs and rocker. Comback was a Wallpaper "Design Awards 2011" Winner. Comback Rocking Chair comes in 6 different colours. Also available in a 4 legged version, sled and swivel base.
Form Armchair designed by Piero Lissoni for Kartell
The basic element of the Form armchair is a seat which is both spacious and ergonomically well designed. Form is formed by a sheet of semi-structural polyurethane, lying on a light chromed steel structure. It has a wide and comfortable seat, whose outline shows the result of meticulous research into the thickness of the material. This research has enabled a reduction in thickness to only 3cm, without compromising solidity, resistance and flexibility. Form can be overlapped by placing the armchairs side by side and hooking them together freely to form long benches - perfect for waiting areas or hotel receptions. Form comes in 2 different colours.
LCP Chaise Lounge designed by Maarten Van Severen for Kartell
LCP is a chaise lounge made from a single transparent methacrylate mould folding back upon itself to form a radically new innovative model. Only Kartell's exclusive technology has made it possible to obtain such flexibility while maintaining the formal purity of the LCP. LCP is an important and sophisticated seat for the most perceptive connoisseurs of design. LCP is available in two different colours - Transparent or Sky Blue.