Think Paper Dandy lamp
Think Paper's Dandy lamp is not just any pendant lamp. Inspired by old-fashioned table lamps, the lamp has become a true style icon. The use of unusual materials gives the lamp a very unique look. The variation of open and closed pieces gives the lamp a pattern of light and dark. In addition, the lamp is produced in a sustainable and socially responsible manner and is 100% recyclable.
Flos Bellhop Battery table lamp
The Flos Bellhop Battery table lamp is a design that evolved from a table lamp designed for the New London design Museum. The name Bellhop refers to the well-known hotel clerks with their typical round hats commonly seen in posh English hotels. The lamp is a wireless table lamp with a unique and stylish design.
Vitra Eames Lounge Chair
The Vitra Eames Lounge Chair was a revolution in the furniture world. The chair is inspired by the traditional club chair, but lighter, more comfortable, elegant and modern. Not so plump in other words. In addition, the baseball glove, especially its shape and material, was also an important source of inspiration for the chair: A leather chair in which to sink in wonderfully softly.
Vitra Eames Housebird
Charles and Ray Eames, the designers of the Vitra Eames Housebird, designed many accessories for their private home, the Eames House. They gained the inspiration for these accessories during their world travels. During a trip across America, the famous Housebird was designed. For more than 50 years, the Housebird has been on display in the design duo's home.
Cassina LC1 Spotted cowhide
The LC1 armchair by Cassina is a true Italian classic. The chair was drawn as early as 1928, but did not go into production until 1965. Thanks to its exposed frame of chromed steel, the LC1 is one of the leading design icons of the 20th century. The chair is available in leather or with skin.
Classicon adjustable table
The Classicon E1027 adjustable table is a design by Eileen Gray and also her best-known design. She designed the table in 1927 for her home in southern France, with her then partner, Jean Badovici. The house, like the table, was named "E 1027," which is the code for the first letters of their first and last names. 'E' stands for Eileen, '10' for the letter J (10th in the alphabet), '2' for the letter B and '7' for the letter G. After all these years, the table is one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century.