That isn’t a Pokémon. It’s a chair; and a pretty fine one, that too. Inspired by quartz, and built using an intricate mathematical algorithm derived from the mineral’s complex crystalline structure, the armchair comprises of a wooden frame and geometr
Prisma was developed to answer the increasing need for adaptable modular furniture in contemporary workplace and hospitality environments. Designed to form an array of combinations suitable in the most diverse environments, the range consists of various armchairs, lounges, ottomans, side tables and a workstation. The armchairs and lounges include extended backrest heights, creating screens for privacy and acoustic control.
London designer David Amar has designed a dressing unit, a daybed and benches with constructed-in storage, based mostly on floor tiles in a heritage-listed property in Tel Aviv, Israel . The Bialik Assortment
The Groom valet is a stunning metal structure covered in Canaletto walnut. Its rotating mirror is backed in leather and equipped with a hook and a pocket, while stainless-steel bars and leather shelving provide additional storage.
SHADE is a folding screen offering an upscale solution to maximize the bathroom space. It is possible to accessorize it with shelves, leather loop towel holders, mirrors, and object holder pockets. Here displayed in the exquisite medium grain red leather.