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Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen (1957)

Saarinen faced the problem of trying to treat the leg structurally and visually as part of the reinforced-plastic moulded seat shell with the help of a research team from the Knoll firm led by Donald Petit. This issue had plagued him since he and Charles Eames conducted their first experiments with moulded seat shells.Read More →

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Netsuke: A little Japanese sculptured item of ivory, wood, or porcelain that ranges in height and width from one-half to three inches. Mythological images, flowers, animals, gods, and goddesses are among the carvings. Netsuke pieces were initially employed as toggles in the fourteenth century. A cord was slipped under and over the obi and through a hole in the netsuke.Read More →

model AC74 radio

The Radio (model AC74) designed by Serge Chermayeff (1900 – 1966) is a beautifully designed with elegant rounded curves. Read More →

Fiskars Classic Design Scissors

Fiskars – Oldest Industrial Company in Finland. It was formed in 1649. Fiskars can be traced back to Peter Thorwéste’s ironworks. READ MORERead More →

Predicta Television manufactured by Philco

Advertised as the “world’s first swivel screen television,” Philco’s Predicta was the first American model to break away from the standard cabinet format of a box with a window in it—a bold step for such a corporation. However, a similar idea had already been produced in Italy by Phonola (no. 249) and in France by Teleavia. Read More →

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Sabbatini worked as a silversmith from a very early age.  He learned metalworking techniques and became interested in shapes derived from natural materials.  The Boule teapot and example of his early work was designed for T. Wolff in Germany.Read More →

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Brandt’s tea infuser is an essential object of the Bauhaus. Only three inches tall, its diminutive size is the result of its function. Unlike conventional teapots, it is intended to distil a concentrated extract that can produce tea with any desired strength when combined with hot water in a cup.Read More →

Holger Nielsen, a young metalworker, met Marie Axelsen, his future wife, while she was studying to be a hairdresser. When they married in 1939, Marie opened her own salon in Randers, Denmark, and Holger helped furnish it. He created three of the original Vipp pedal bins for the salon.Read More →

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Atra has ergonomic sitting with ventilated perforated back and side regions, as well as a wide, curved design. The armchairs are stackable and the seat is easy to clean. The materials utilised to create Atra – 100 percent recyclable polypropylene and fibreglass – are weather-resistant.Read More →

It was a lighting fixture of tubular bulbs wired through thin aluminium tubes.  These lights were part of the interior decoration of the Bauhaus Building.Read More →

Christopher Knight Home Aidan Mid Century Modern Tufted Fabric Sofa

This mid Century modern sofa is a wonderful addition to any room in your home. Featuring wood sides and rounded legs for a true Mid Century feel. This sofa has extra-plush cushioning and a button Tufted Seat and Back. With both style and comfort, you can’t go wrong with this sofa.Read More →

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The Kafa Stool is a subtle proclamation of weight, excellent as a compositional counter-balance or a lone anecdote, both physically and compositionally substantial. This stool, which comes in marble or oak, has an intense physicality that is gently offset by the curved focus of its design.Read More →

Homemaid Living Storage Bench

It’s a reality for more than 7,500 Amazon customers who gave it five stars. The Homemaid Living Shoe Storage Bench, a robust and simple-to-assemble shoe rack and seat, is to thank for this. It’s made of bamboo wood and comes in two colours (natural and black).Read More →

Logitech Keyboard

Amazon now has the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard for $29.99. You’ll save 25% off the regular $40 asking price, bringing you back to the all-time low. This Logitech keyboard can connect to three different Bluetooth devices simultaneously, increasing the efficiency of your workstation. Read More →

Yaber Projector Pro V7

It’s the first projector with 6D automatic keystone technology on the market. Which means that after turning on the power to set the rectangular standard image, if the projector undergoes any movement or collision, V7 will automatically correct it and return to the standard image within 1s. Read More →

Grogan Sofa for Moroso by Patricia Urquiola

The name and inspiration for Moroso’s Gogan sofa come from Japanese culture. The shape of the sofa is reminiscent of flat stones moulded by natural elements that safeguard and adorn river and lake borders. Solid, yet not so smooth that they may be stacked on top of one another.Read More →

Standing over four feet tall, this towering console of satin chrome and mirrored cobalt glass is a commanding example of the styling of items to meet the Machine Age ideal of the 1930s. The Nocturne radio, built by Walter Dorwin Teague, one of the premier industrial designers of the 1930s, is one of the most striking manifestations of the merger of art and technology. Read More →

Biscuit Tin for 'Antwerpse Handjes' biscuits

The silhouette of the cathedral and Antwerp’s central square are depicted on a tin box for biscuits named ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ (Antwerp Hands).Read More →

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Streamlined aesthetics were applied to various household appliances, especially irons, where evocations of efficiency and speed appeared to ease a hot and often unpleasant domestic labour. Read More →

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He developed a variety of every day goods for silverware manufactures in London and Birmingham between 1865 and 1885.Read More →