Monday, May 15, 2006
Two beds that, for all their differences, reflect a common quest for sustainable design. The first, Eric, is more structured and organised, capable of being adapted in a wide variety of ways in order to meet diverse creative and functional requirements. Indeed Eric lends itself to being used with furniture of different widths and various accessories backing onto the bed. York, on the other hand, is a finished and defined bed, with its square, solid shape that gives a modern touch to a classic, well-established design. As in the case of Eric, York finds its complete expression when accompanied by bedside tables and a chest of drawers.
In sum, two new beds capable of lending a room a well-defined character and an international accent.
at May 15, 2006
Designer William Brand Annet van Egmond