The New Eiffel Tower chair is a stylish stackable aluminium chair designed by Alain Moatti for Coedition. The chair was originally commissioned for the Gustave Eiffel Pavilion in Paris, hence the design which echoes the iconic Eiffel Tower. The sleek, industrial style chair looks great in contemporary design schemes in both public and private spaces.
Alain Moatti is a French architect with extensive experience in commercial and residential projects. One of his best known projects is the renovation of the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, for which he designed the New Eiffel Tower chair.
Coedition is a French furniture company with a tightly edited collection of products by well known designers including Patricia Urquiola, Shin Azumi and Michael Anastassiades. The products all share the characteristics of effortless sophistication, uncompromising quality and an unmistakable French flair. Coedition products are highly appreciated for commercial projects, notable examples include the New Eiffel Tower chair designed for the Gustave Eiffel Pavilion and the Scala collection designed for the Rivea restaurant by Alain Ducasse in Las Vegas.
The Lake rug designed by Raw Edges for Golran is a brilliantly clever design which creates an optical illusion of different colours and patterns as you move across the rug, just like the changing reflections of light and colours on a lake. This effect is achieved by varying the height of the pile to create a sawtooth profile, with different colours on the two edges. The design of the pattern is based on traditional kilim designs with a contemporary touch. This unique rug has been featured in multiple magazines and is a winner of the Wallpaper* Design Award in 2015.
Available in 3 sizes and in 4 colours: Shades of Blue, Shades of Green, Shades of Grey or Shades of Red.
The Lake rug is a great statement piece for both private and public spaces. The rug is available in other colours and also in custom sizes in addition to the versions shown here; please contact us if you would like more information.
Raw Edges is an exciting design collaboration between Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay, who both graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006. Since then, they have designed products for a number of high profile furniture brands including Moroso, Cappellini and Established & Sons.
Golran was founded in 1898 in the Persian city of Mashad. Three generations later and now based in Milan, the family-run company is recognised as one of the leading rug businesses in the world with a unique combination of cultural heritage, traditional hand-crafting, technological developments and contemporary design.
The Code Shelf, designed by Nana Gröner for Zeitraum, is a sleek and elegant floor-standing shelf made in MDF. The design of the shelf is inspired by the cladding on modernist buildings with different shelf heights for books, files, CDs, DVDs and other objects. The unit comes either laminated or veneered, in both cases with exposed edges showing the dark grey MDF, a contrast which further enhances the graphic nature of the design. Thanks to an innovative sandwich construction the shelves are strong yet super thin (thickness of 1 cm only), with no need for shelf supports. Multiple Code shelves can be placed side by side to create a larger shelving system - the sides of the shelf contain concealed magnets, which enable the shelves to line up properly. The Code Shelf is a versatile and stylish storage system perfect for both for private and commercial environments.
The Code Shelf is available in anthracite MDF with white laminate or American walnut veneer, please make your selection in the options below. The Code shelf is also available in other sizes / configurations and different veneers. Please contact us for more information on these options.
Nana Gröner was born in 1976 in Munich. In 2001 she started her collaboration with the Isao Hosoe Design studio in Milan. She graduated in 2004 with a Diploma in Industrial Design from the university of Munich. Since 2004 she has been collaborating with Zeitraum.
Zeitraum was founded in Wolfratshausen near Munich in 1990, specialising in solid wood furniture with emphasis on sustainability and contemporary design. Zeitraum products are characterised by sleek, minimalist designs, attention to detail and exceptional quality. Their chairs, tables, beds and other collections can be found in high-end residential projects as well as commercial spaces such as hotels and restaurants around the world.
The Mini Clay Table is a daringly original design by Marc Krusin for Desalto. The highly sculptural table comprises a round top balanced on top of an inverted cone, representing pure geometric forms in perfect harmony. The seemingly impossible construction is made possible by the clever use of a rigid polyurethane base, on top of which different tops are fitted. The Mini Clay Table works well as an eye-catching occasional table, especially for sculptural or minimalist design schemes.
The Mini Clay table is part of the Clay table collection, winner of multiple awards including the prestigious Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016, Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum and the Iconic Design Award from the German Design Council.
The Mini Clay table comes with a base in rigid polyurethane with top in MDF. It is available in three different heights (45 or 55 or 65 cm) with three different top sizes (diameter 50 or 60 or 75 cm) available for each version. In addition to MDF, the top is also available in ceramic, with multiple finishes available. Please enquire for more details.
Marc Krusin is an Italian designer who worked for many years with Piero Lissoni. His design philosophy is to create "visual silence", objects which are unobtrusive and in harmony with their surroundings.
Desalto is a leading Italian furniture brand well known for its sleek, minimalist aesthetics and advanced manufacturing expertise, especially with metals. The company produces a wide range of iconic products with well known designers such as Nendo and Piero Lissoni. Perfect for slick design schemes, in private or commercial spaces.
The Ambrogio Side Table, designed by Valerio Paula Ciampicacigli for Car-Met, is a multi-functional side table that easily adapts to meet all needs. The table is made up of two separate steel tables which nest inside of each other. The lower table is topped with a removable tray made with solid ash, which enables it to work as a drawer. The two tables can be used together or separately and the tray / drawer can be removed and used on its own to carry or display objects. The Ambrogio Side Table is suitable for use in both public and private spaces as a console table or as a side table to accompany a sofa, desk or bed.
The Ambrogio Side Table is part of Estensioni, a new collection of furniture, lighting and accessories from Car-Met.
Valerio Paula Ciampicacigli is a multi-talented Italian product and interior designer as well as artistic director. In 2008 he founded the Paula Design Studio in Rome.
Car-Met is an Italian design house with over thirty years of experience in manufacturing, especially in metalwork. The company has recently turned to a new generation of designers to create a collection of interior objects that play on shapes, colours and and versatility. A perfect combination of technological expertise, innovative design and outstanding quality, with a generous dose of Italian style.
Agata, designed by Sovrappensiero, is a suspension light which has a simple and refined design, available in two versions: Circle and Ellipse. Agata has a metal body which outlines a pure geometric shape holding a mirrored glass lampshade through a soft shaped wood component. The glass can show or hide the light source, creating a clever game of light, transparency and reflections. Use Agata lamps individually, in pairs, or mix the different shapes and colours to create decorative lamp clusters.
Agata was selected by Elle Decor for Best of Design 2016.
Italian Sovrappensiero Design Studio was set up in Milan in 2007 as a creative partnership between Lorenzo De Rosa and Ernesto Ladevaia, who are originally from Campania in the South of Italy. Today the duo collaborates with several major Italian companies, such as Porada and Seletti. Alongside product design and interior design, they also teach design and communication at the Politecnico di Milano.
Incipit (the beginning in Latin) is a Milan-based interiors accessories brand and creative lab whose aim is to nurture young talent. It is a platform for young designers to test their ideas with more experienced professionals and to make them real through the involvement of local producers. Every Incipit item is made by Italian factories and artisans who actively collaborate with designers to find the best possible solutions, maintaining the "Made in Italy" spirit of excellence.
The Mirallmar Mirror, designed by Eduard Samsó for BD Barcelona Design, is a slick, versatile and playful wall mirror, composed by seven mirrors attached to a zig-zagging spine, one of which is a concave mirror. The mirrors can be repositioned to create different configurations. This highly innovative and distinctive design has made the Mirallmar Mirror a design classic since it was launched during the Barcelona Olympics in 1992. The Mirallmar Mirror works well in both private and commercial spaces, especially as a focal point in hotel lobbies, living rooms and hallways.
Eduard Samsó, born in Barcelona in 1956, is one of the leading Spanish interior designers since the mid-eighties.
BD Barcelona Design is a unique brand at the intersection between art and design. Founded in 1972, Its owners come from an architectural background and have consistently championed beauty over pure functionality. Its skilled craftsmen in Barcelona create superior quality furniture and objects from design icons such as Antoni Gaudi, Salvador Dali and Ettore Sottsass as well as leading contemporary designers such as Jaime Hayon.