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  • London Design Festival 2013 – furniturefile
    the length and breadth of London the festival proved to be a huge success We toured the various exhibitions and shows and picked out some of our favourites no mean feat considering how much good stuff there was to choose from We hope you enjoy our selection Italian duo Dondoli and Pocci designed the Tonina chair for Allermuir A stylish durable stacking chair that is 100 recyclable Finnish artist Matias Liimatainen added a bit of eccentricity with his Robots lighting collection London based architecture and design studio VW BS created the organic looking Shell chair for Decode The Husk bed by Patricia Urquiola for B B Italia is an addition to the popular Husk Collection US furniture company Bernhardt design launched the Oslo Lounge chair by Norwegian collective Angell Wyller Aareth British bespoke furniture maker Benjamin Boyce launched a nice new collection which included this stylish writing desk Norwegian design team Hunting and Narud exhibited a range of large pivoting copper mirrors with hewn stone bases Quirky and comfortable Mama chair by newbie British manufacturers Couch Design Benjamin Hubert claims his Ripple table is the lightest timber table in the world We loved Simon Jones compact Screw Top Leg Stool

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=6670 (2016-02-15)
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  • Charles Pollock 1930-2013 – furniturefile
    40 Melton Street London NW1 2FD in f t e il uk 44 0 20 7608 0203 Get a quote pinterest twitter youtube Charles Pollock 1930 2013 Charles Pollock best known for the iconic work chair he designed for Knoll has died The Executive Office chair designed in 1963 went on to become an symbol of the 20th century office and is still in production Pollock shunned publicity and produced only a handful of chair designs during his career most recently for Bernhardt Design who commissioned a collection of lounge chairs featured above Executive office chair designed for Knoll in 1963 a workplace icon Charles Pollock sketch for a chair 657 Leather Sling chair designed in 1960 his first piece for Knoll Penelope sled base chair designed for Castelli in 1982 and still in production Swag leg chair designed in 1958 whilst working with George Nelson CP collection designed for Bernhardt in 2012 at the age of 82 Request a quote Tags Charles Pollock Article posted 13 09 2013 Newsletter Sign Up Find us on pinterest twitter youtube Skip to top Customer Services Returns Policy Terms and Conditions About Us About The Site Our History Contact Us Site Map Our

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=6590 (2016-02-15)
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  • Top Ten Cool Wingback Chairs – furniturefile
    Chairs With over 300 years in the business the Wingback Chair has undergone a revival and a serious overhaul during the last few years Whether it is Tom Dixon or Alfredo Haberli who can take the credit for putting them in the interiors pages of the glossies and the club rooms of every members bar one thing is for sure Wingbacks are back and they are a key part of every manufacturers collection Take a Line for a Walk designed by Alfredo Haberli for Moroso Montis Furniture s Felix wingback chair Husk collection designed by Patricia Urquiola for B B Italia The whimsically named Louis XV goes to Sparta by Cerruti Baleri Jaime Hayon s Collection II for SE Furniture Tom Dixon s signature wingback armchair The Ear Chair designed by Studio Makkink for Prooff One Collection s Pelican armchair Pasha armchair in polycarbonate designed by Dondoli and Pocci for Pedrali Launched in Milan 2013 the Clarissa Hood armchair by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso Normann Copenhagen s Bunny armchair Pearson Lloyd s cool corporate wingback for the Bene Parcs range British manufacturer Dare Studio and their Hardy wingback chair Request a quote Article posted 12 06 2013 Newsletter Sign Up

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=5612 (2016-02-15)
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  • Milan Furniture Fair 2013 – furniturefile
    One Euston Square 40 Melton Street London NW1 2FD f furnit re i e u 44 0 20 7608 0203 Get a quote pinterest twitter youtube Milan Furniture Fair 2013 Designers seemed to have put a collective two fingers up to the drab Milanese weather during this years furniture and lighting fair Visitors were treated to a feast of colour some bold and striking others more subtle and harmonious Resident furniture s colourful mobile Jaime Hayon s Ro wingback chair for Fritz Hansen RGB glass lamps designed by Arik Levy for Lasvit Pages chair by 6474 Design Sancal Furniture s Tierra bench system Swedish designer Lukas Dahlen s geometric Ori lamp Haze series of furniture by Korean designer Wonmin Park Hely lamp by Katrina Nuutinen for Klong Lighting Miniforms cool new Trex stool Bikini Island designed by Werner Aisslinger for Moroso Furniture Slats storage system by Spanish manufacturer Punt Borghese sofa by Noé Duchaufour for La Chance Furnitue Request a quote Article posted 17 05 2013 Newsletter Sign Up Find us on pinterest twitter youtube Skip to top Customer Services Returns Policy Terms and Conditions About Us About The Site Our History Contact Us Site Map Our Selection Accessories Clocks

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=5404 (2016-02-15)
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  • Bauhaus design – furniturefile
    is exactly 80 years since the Bauhaus was closed down by the Nazis in 1933 The Bauhaus was one of the very first design colleges and following its brief 14 year existence can lay claim to having established a design blueprint for modern industrial design Many of the products are still in production and appear fresh and exciting testimony to the timeless nature of great design Designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius in 1927 the T51 sofa is produced by Tecta The Garderobe was designed in 1930 by Thonet and is still in production Designed by Marcel Breuer in 1935 the tubular steel desk is produced in a variety of shapes and sizes by Thonet This exquisite 1924 tea infuser set by Josef Knau and Otto Rittweger is produced by Alessi William Wagenfeld s 1930 s lamp design can be used as a table lamp or a wall fixture and is produced by Tecnolumen Created by Mies van der Rohe in 1930 to accompany the Barcelona collection the daybed is manufactured by Knoll The S411 armchair has been in continual production by Thonet since it first appeared in 1932 Request a quote Article posted 04 03 2013 Newsletter Sign Up

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=4552 (2016-02-15)
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  • Top Ten Cool Foosball tables – furniturefile
    Top Ten Cool Foosball tables Invented by Englishman Harold Searles Thornton after watching Tottenham Hotspurs play in 1921 there s a joke there somewhere the game of table football was born My favourite is GRO Design s rather wonderful table entitled simply the beautiful game Popular throughout the world albeit with many different names Kicker in Russia Taca Taca in Chile and Gitoni in Canada Foosball tables have finally come of age Adriano design are responsible for this elegant version The Cristalino table by Teckell is made entirely from crystal glass RS Barcelona have chosen the strong and durable iroko wood to support their table Edinburgh based Eleven Forty s hand crafted Good versus Evil table incorporates a hand crafted maple cabinet with glass pitch The Ella table in shocking pink has female football players Even the corporates have got in on the game Audi designed one which costs as much as a car Ukrainian designer Yaroslav Galant claims he designed his embroidered football table for elegant homes Finally a designer table for everyone The RS3 is all terrain so it can be used inside and out Request a quote Article posted 06 02 2013 Newsletter Sign Up Find us

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=4220 (2016-02-15)
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  • Animal Magic – furniturefile
    Touch Furniture File Ltd One Euston Square 40 Melton Street London NW1 2FD fo n ur i c 44 0 20 7608 0203 Get a quote pinterest twitter youtube Animal Magic Whilst predominantly working in photography painting and sculpture Spanish artist Maximo Riera has turned his creative hand to a striking new collection of furniture Entitled the Animal Chair Collection the range comprises chairs based on a diverse collection of species from mammals to reptiles The ever growing series of biologically accurate animals includes an elephant rhino whale octopus walrus and toad The dynamic sculptural furniture is not for the faint hearted as the baroque styling and intricate detailing can be quite intimidating Personal tastes to one side Maximo Riera s commitment to anatomical design and attention to detail are commendable The furniture is manufactured to order taking on average eleven weeks to produce Each piece is sanded and painted by hand making them all unique Request a quote Article posted 21 01 2013 Newsletter Sign Up Find us on pinterest twitter youtube Skip to top Customer Services Returns Policy Terms and Conditions About Us About The Site Our History Contact Us Site Map Our Selection Accessories Clocks Accessories Coatstands

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=4161 (2016-02-15)
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  • Top Ten Standing Desks – furniturefile
    so says John Buckley from the University of Chester Anyone feeling Christmas pudding shaped after the holidays should consider standing rather than sitting at work says Dr Buckley There are custom made computer desks for anyone wanting to stand as they answer their emails or else old desks can be set at a height for standing This upright stance was championed by Ernest Hemingway Writing and travel broaden your ass if not your mind and I like to write standing up wrote Hemingway in 1950 Dr Buckley from the department of clinical sciences and nutrition says that switching from chairs to working standing up will reduce obesity and improve circulation Standing up for three hours will consume 144 calories he says People are sitting down at work then sitting in the car and then sitting down in front of the television says Dr Buckley Your metabolic rate crashes to an absolute minimum It isn t natural Humans are designed to stand up and keep moving There have been several recent reports warning about the sedentary nature of work and recreation Dr Buckley says that regular changes in the workplace can make a long term improvements It s little changes in

    Original URL path: http://www.furniturefile.co.uk/?p=3938 (2016-02-15)
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