Designed by Phillippe Starck, the Louis Ghost Chair is a reinvention of the classic Louis XV chair. The Louis Ghost Chair features a rounded, oval backrest that delicately rests atop a linear, square seat. Crafted from clear polycarbonate and formed in a singular mold, the Louis is an arm chair that can be used both indoors and outdoors. The set of two chairs can be used at a dining room table or as occasional seating. The gently curved backrest and seat make the Louis a comfortable chair, while the use of materials makes the chair a robust and durable choice. The clear Louis almost appears to float in space, making it a distinctive option for a contemporary home.
"Contemporary desk. Mirrored finish. 3 drawers. 39 1/2"" wide. 31"" high. 17 3/4"" deep. Left and right drawers are 9 1/2"" wide, 4 1/2"" high, 12 3/4"" deep. Center drawer is 14 1/4"" wide, 4 1/2"" high, 12 3/4"" deep."
A legendary icon, the Arco lamp designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for FLOS was first released in 1962. A heavy marble base balances and suspends the swooping stem and polished Aluminum dome. To coincide with FLOS and Arco's fiftieth anniversary, this masterpiece was updated with LED technology, adding high performance to an already impeccable design.
American designer George Nelson created everyday objects including lamps, clocks, and accessories with the mission of bringing modern design into American homes in the 1950s. Nelson worked with Vitra to create a variety of wall clocks, including the Spindle Clock, rendered here in luxe brass and rich walnut. Now considered an icon of mid-century design, the Spindle Clock is a distinct departure from traditional clocks with faces enclosed in glassalternatively, the clock is comprised of twelve turned hardwood spindles that mark the time. The clock hands have clearly marked indicators, which is consistent with many of Nelson's other clock designs. The wall-mounted clock includes a high-quality quartz movement, and will make a focal point in a variety of interiors, from kitchens and living rooms to home offices and bedrooms.
Showcase your books as floating works of art with the Conceal Shelf from designer Miron Lior for Umbra. This innovative design hides the shelf within the first book placed on the shelf. When stacked with other books, the entire shelving unit becomes invisible, allowing your library to take center stage. One shelf can be used as a focal point in a room, or several can be grouped together to create an artistic wall art display. The shelf can be used in a variety of interiors, including offices, living rooms, and entryways. The durable and stable Conceal Wall Shelf is made from powder-coated steel.
"Created by designer Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen, the Onkel (Danish for ""uncle"") Sofa combines the ornate and curvaceous upholstered sofas of the 1950s with the refinement of contemporary Nordic design. To signal the marriage of these two sources of inspiration, the back cushion is seamlessly integrated into the sofa's frame lending cohesive elegance and refinement to this thoughtful design."
Designed by Bertjan Pot for Moooi, the Random Pendant originally began as an experiment with innovative and unexpected materials. The pendant appears to be a spherical web, giving the fixture an illusion of softness and lightness. Each pendant light is created when a resin-drained yarn is randomly coiled around an inflatable beach ball. The result is a translucent, three-dimensional fabric. Once the sphere is set, the beach ball is deflated and extracted through a round openingthe same opening that is used to change the light bulb. What is left is an open sphere, which features a single bulb at its center. The result is a lighting source that is both airy and romantic and bright, making it a versatile overhead lighting source.