Minimal yet plush, the Kiki Lounge Chair was designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1960. With the Kiki collection, the legendary Finnish designer wanted to bring clean, modern design to a wider audience. This cozy chair offers luxurious comfort in a versatile design that lends contemporary elegance to existing decor. The chair's frame is made of lacquered black steel, and features a fabric upholstered soft foam cushion for plush comfort.
Offi's Embrace Media Table is s a furnishing that takes multifunction to another level. The table features two low tables that can be formed togetherin an embraceto create a storage space for books, DVDs, or other media. When connected, the tables create an extra space on each side, creating a perfect storage space for ready-to-read magazines. The low tables can also be used separately as a laptop table when sitting on the couch, as a children's desk and bench, or even as a serving tray for breakfast in bed. The natural wood grain make it an occasional table that blends well into an existing decor.
"Designer Thomas Bentzen designed the DLM Table for Danish design studio HAY to blend the necessity of a side table with the portable functionality of a tray. The DLM acronym means ""Don't Leave Me,"" which is a clever call to the table's function. The round side table features an easy-to-grab handle that comes out of the center of the table, making it easy to carry the DLM with you around the house. The round tray can accommodate a cup of coffee, snacks, a newspaperwhatever it is that you need handy. The clever table is made of powder-coated steel, which gives the table a modern, polished look that will complement a contemporary space."
Artist statement:,I work to create edgy, urgent, thought-provoking work -- a personal statement that acts as a narrative of my own aesthetics and points of view of the world, society, myself.,,Eco-friendly, solvent free ink on canvas Ready to hang Print will never crack, flake or fade Hand signed by artist Artist bio on back
San Francisco-based husband and wife team Melina and Dodd Raissnia have both tradition and progress in mind with Peace Industry felt rugs. Using ancient Turkish felt making techniques, designer Melina imbues her textiles with contemporary designs and earth-friendly, chemical-free materials. Each fair-trade rug is made in the Peace Industry workshop in Turkey.