The Utility Chair V is a comfortable and versatile chair designed by Neri&Hu for Stellar Works. The design of the chair is inspired by a sense of utility, its industrial aesthetics recalling factory and school furniture with a dash of contemporary masculine sophistication. The chair is very comfortable, with its seat padded and upholstered in leather. Details such as the sturdy solid wood legs, the buttons in the upholstered seat and the brass finish of the steel backrest support blend tradition with modernity and functionality with style.
The Utility Chair V is a versatile all-purpose chair appropriate for both domestic and commercial uses, especially in restaurants and bars. The chair is part of a collection which also includes armchairs, stools and other products. The chair can be specified in different fabrics and finishes in addition to the model shown here, please enquire for more details.
Founded in 2004 by partners Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu, Neri&Hu Design and Research Office is an inter-disciplinary architectural design practice based in Shanghai and London. Their diverse, multicultural team strive to reinvent classic craft, adding a fresh, contemporary touch to their projects and collaborations all over the world. The studio’s work has earned a host of awards including the Elle Deco International Designers of the Year Award in 2017 and the Wallpaper* Designer of the Year Award in 2014.
Stellar Works is a contemporary design brand which brings together East and West, heritage and modernity, as well as craft and industry. The brand benefits from having a production base in China, operational management from Japan and creative input from designers from around the world. Their designs combine Asian motifs with European styles, creating products which feel fresh yet timeless.
Created by Henri Lavallard Boget for Lyon Beton, the Hauteville concrete armchair draws inspiration from iconic mid-century design with a modern twist. Stripped to the bare essentials, naked concrete – a mix of sand, water and cement – paired with rebar legs evokes a rough, industrial vibe that provides bold contrast to the smooth, modern form. Despite the use of unconventional materials, the chair has an incredibly ergonomic and comfortable seat, while ultra-fine sanding gives it a smooth finish. Versatile enough for practically any space, this minimalist design will leave an impression everywhere it goes.
Lyon Beton specialises in designing and manufacturing concrete furniture and accessories. Fascinated by the technical and plastic possibilities of this material, Lyon Beton worked for 5 years to develop a unique type of concrete, reinforced with metal wire and fibre, specifically for the production of furniture. The end product is not only relatively light, but is also extremely hard wearing and easy to maintain; ideal for use indoors and outdoors, for both private and public spaces.
The Bristol desk is a slick, contemporary small desk designed by the in house design team at Coedition. The desk is made of bonded panels of smoked grey tempered glass, which gives it a cool, sophisticated look. The Bristol desk is perfect as a small desk or console table in residential and commercial spaces.
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 Chambers Chandelier - Black, designed by Søren Rose Studio for Menu, is a very minimalist suspension light inspired by the designer's creative process of mixing different components from old lights salvaged from a road trip across the US. Due to its simple, slick and versatile look, the Chambers Chandelier is ideal for both private and contract use.
Søren Rose Studio is a New York based design company, young and dynamic, which collaborates with many renowned clients such as Menu, Muuto, Sonos, Mater etc. Located in the vibrant and creative area of Tribeca, their projects are adaptable and versatile to suit any of their clients needs and fields of expertise.
Menu is a Danish design company founded in 1976. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world, they deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look referred to as "soft minimalism". Menu is passionate about design, new materials and clever, functional details - innovations that make a genuine difference.
The Karl-Johan Table Lamp from New Works is inspired by excursions into nature. A search for wild mushrooms. The tones of an autumn forest. This soothing lamp combines the soft curves of glass with the stability of black marquina or smoked oak. The result is a poetic piece, a combination of tone and texture, dark and light.
The Karl-Johan Table Lamp is available in 2 versions: Smoked Oak w. White Opal Glass or Black Marquina w. Smoked Glass.
New Works is a Copenhagen based design house with a fresh perspective. They combine a fascination with materials, respect for craftsmanship and an artistic sensibility to create a collection of furniture, lighting and accessories that is sleek, elegant and sculptural.
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Fastrez for Moustache, the Moto Wall Light is stunning wall light inspired by motorcycle helmets. The lamp shade is in the shape of a visor, made of one-way mirror with the same iridescent finish usually applied to helmet visors and ski masks. When switched off, the lamp shade becomes semi-opaque and changes colour with different viewing angles, giving the Moto light a mysterious personality.
The Moto Wall Light is available in 2 versions: without plug or with plug. Each one of these 2 versions is available in 4 different colours: Blue, Purple, Orange and Grey.
Born in 1984, Jean-Baptiste Fastrez lives and works in Paris. He won the 2011 Grand Prix du Jury of Design Parade 6 in Villa Noailles (Hyères, France). Since 2011, he has established his own design studio in Paris, and now counts several business partners around the world: from Danish textil manufacturer Kvadrat, the Galerie Lafayettes in Paris , Sèvres / Cité de la céramique, the glass reaserch center Cirva in Marseille, the french brand Moustache and the London and Paris based design gallery Galerie Kreo.
Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
The Senz umbrella effortlessly slices through the wind, from a summer breeze to a heavy storm. Due to its smart design, the Senz Original umbrella will not invert, and is windproof up to 100 km/h! Playing with the wind has never been more fun!
Senz° umbrellas was founded in 2006 by three students from the Technical University in Delft. The pure frustration of traditional round umbrellas, which invariably flipped inside out in high winds, led them to develop the senz° storm umbrella. A totally unique design, the senz° umbrella can withstand storm like winds, whilst allowing good visibility and a comfortable grip. Having won pretty much every design award out there senz° is very much on the map; Dutch Design Award (NL), red dot (D), iF Gold (D), Observeur Star (F), Good Design Award (JP), Design Management Europe Award (UK), IDEA Gold (USA). TIME Magazine (USA), also named them as one of the best inventions of the year. senz° is based in Delft and is active in 50 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America.
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