01 product description
The units recall the ashtrays of yesteryear, or Moroccan ottomans: an ideal surface for placing objects or for storage - once you lift the metal tray. The outside cover in synthetic fabric, felt, leather or pony skin conceals a frame made in orange polyethylene (created through rotational moulding), and a composite of polyurethane with flakes of regenerated PET that determines the shape of the piece.
|660 mm, 860 mm, 1160 mm|
|300 mm, 350 mm, 450 mm|
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The charm of the unfinished
It is an ambitious idea to focus an exhibition purely on the aesthetic of objects in their emergent state, but this has been beautifully accomplished by the Design Museum London: Barber Osgerby’s “In the Making”.
Colorful dishes, perfectly seasoned
Furniture design in a swirl of colors: At the imm cologne designers and manufacturers have dipped deep into pots of color and mixed up any number of great tones. We checked out what worlds of color are competing with each other.› To the article
Hallingdal and its successors
What would Verner Panton’s furniture be like without the bright fabrics from Kvadrat? From the very outset, the Danes collaborated closely with designers to create striking highlights. Now there’s a book describing the company, which is one of the world’s leading makers of home textiles today. A glance behind the scene.› To the article