Sunday, April 30, 2006


The approach to this collection design is simplicity. A luxury kitchen system, offering a wide range of cabinets and components, suitable for a variety of homes. The handle-less kitchen system is characterized by simple lines and minimalistic details.
Christian Liaigre

Led Table

led-table illuminates the room with 66 leds in deep red, green, and deep blue.
material: aluminium glass
Ralph Kraeuter


Michaela Schleypen

Pleat Twist Light

Twisted lamp shade. Made of micro-pleated cotton. Available in two colours; as a pendant or as a floor light.
Tom Dixon


Marc Sadler

Friday, April 28, 2006

Shell limestone garden furniture

Reichenberg Weiss

Wogg 31 | Pavillon

Atelier Oï


Modular seating for the outdoors, comprised of corner, central, chaise longue and pouf elements. Upholstered in Paola Lenti's signature Rope fabric. Structure made of cataphoresis treated steel with polyester varnish. Feet made of brushed AISI 304 stainless steel. Backside of the seat covered with thermoformed panels and polyester fabric. Island is available in a selection of 12 colours.
Francesco Rota


Kasane is a mobile indoor and outdoor lounge.
Christophe Francois

soft pill

Seat in self-skinning polyurethane reinforced by steel bar frame. Shimmering coated surface. For indoor and outdoor use.
Filippo Dell'Orto


Full and soft forms distinguish this seat by Jean Marie Massaud. It looks like a giant sponge or, especially in the white version, a huge squashed golf ball whose indentations have been deformed under pressure. It is proposed in a floor version in a glossy green finish or in glossy black on a metallic swivel base that gives it an unexpected lightness. This low, wide chair (110 cm in diameter, 40 cm high or 70 cm high with the base) is an important furnishing element and an informal all-purpose element for relaxation in the living room or bedroom. It is made of thermoplastic using the rotary technique, which allows for its complex form and the possibility of having it in all the glossy finishes or opaque colors in the Porro repertoire.
Jean Marie Massaud

STRIPE Collection

Studio MIR
David Schäfer
Martin Langewitz


MIRALOOK is equally surprising both indoor and outdoor, as it invites to reinterpret the reality through the sight.
From the technical point of view, MIRALOOK transmits comfort and ergonomics. Both back and arm rest embody a sole piece of injected polypropylene, mounted on an aluminium structure for outdoor or on a chrome plated or polyester surface two layers, treated steel, for indoor use.
Estudio Mariscal

Thursday, April 20, 2006



Piergiorgio Cazzaniga


The unique Astral bench was designed in 1979 and has won a host of awards for its sculptural shape and innovative construction. It comprises only two repeat elements that go together to create the back and seat. The construction forms a semi-circle whereby the bench bears its own weight and creates a unique seated sculpture. The bench is made from lacquered maple. It is also available in ash or oiled teak for outdoor use. Astral is also made as a straight bench.
Per Borre

Bench For Two

The sculptural united with the functional. The innovative two-seater bench was Nanna Ditzel and Fredericia Furniture’s first joint project. Ditzel designed the bench in 1989, winning a Japanese design competition almost immediately.
Nanna Ditzel


Onda is designed for sleeping, sitting and just relaxing and features a swivelling backrest. So a seat becomes bed and a bed becomes a seat as quick as a flash. Ergonomically correct for both functions, it also enjoys an unusually dainty appearance.
Jonas Kressel
Ivo Schelle


Easy chairs and sofas for meeting rooms, waiting and lounge areas. The series is available with low back, curved or straight sides as easy chair 2, 3 or 4 seater sofa and with tables.
Pelikan Design

Night Watch series

Designer William Brand Annet van Egmond