Architect Magazine August 2014 - Parachute by Nathan Yong
13 August, 2014

Parachute by Nathan Yong

An exercise in graphic arts, Parachute is composed of three modular steel wire elements, which can be combined to create a large number of compositions.

Architectural Digest July 2014 - Craft 1 & 2 by Delo Lindo, Alster by Emmanuel Dietrich & Togo by Michel Ducaroy
01 July, 2014

 

Craft 1 & 2  by Delo Lindo


An extendable dining table set on two brilliant-chromed steel pedestal legs. Craft 1 is round and is accompanied by two extension leaves, each measuring 23½’’ (60cm). Craft 2 is round or square and has a 34¼” (87cm) wide matching extension leaf stored within the table. Tops for Craft 1 are available in satin or gloss white lacquer, argile lacquer, or ebony oak. In addition to the options available for Craft 1, Craft 2 is also available in mastic lacquer, elephant lacquer, or walnut veneer.

 

Alster  by Emmanuel Dietrich


This chair combines innovative design, outstanding comfort and an impeccable finish. It

is offered with three base options, all finished in brilliant chrome: an adjustable base on casters, a swivel base with a mechanism allowing it to pivot back to its initial position, and a sleigh base.

 

Togo  by Michel Ducaroy


A Ligne Roset classic, Michel Ducaroy’s Togo has been the ultimate in comfort and style for over forty years. The timeless collection features ergonomic design with multiple density foam construction and quilted covers, making each piece both visually attractive and physically inviting. Available as a sofa with or without arms, a loveseat, a corner seat, a chair, and an ottoman. Recent additions to this line include a mini version of the Togo chair introduced in 2007 a two-seat lounge introduced in 2013 to celebrate the piece’s 40th anniversary. A seat dreamt up especially for afternoon siestas or lazy evenings spent in the greatest of comfort, the Togo Lounge is a statement piece of furniture on its own as well as the perfect addition to a Togo sectional.

 

 

Mountain Living July 2014 - Pumpkin by Pierre Paulin
01 July, 2014

Pumpkin by Pierre Paulin

 

Re-introduced in 2008, Pumpkin was originally designed for the private apartments of former French president Georges Pompidou in the Elysée Palace. Soft lines, round shapes and firm, comfortable seating all characterize Pierre Paulin’s 1971 creation. The collection includes an armchair with or without headrest, a loveseat, a sofa, and an ottoman. Both armchairs are available with a swivel or fixed base. While a wide selection of fabrics and leathers are available and suitable for this model, colorful wool genuinely highlights its style.