Interior Design

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    $4,000.00

    Albert Sectional Chaise

    Product Information A reason we often hear for not choosing a sectional is that it won’t fit, to which we say: “Have you seen the Albert Collection?” With a compact scale for space-conscious homes, each Albert component stands on a surprisingly small footprint and can be configured to fit your space. Use the Albert Sectional Chaise (2008) as it is, or expand it with additional components, like the Albert Single Seater (a locking mechanism firmly holds the pieces together). The Albert Collection’s comfortable back cushions and armrests pamper, while firm foam seat cushions provide just the right amount of support. To maintain a clean look, the back cushions are attached to the frame with...

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    $7,200.00

    Egg™ Chair

    Product Information Arne Jacobsen designed the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, as well as many of the furnishings. For its busy lobby, he created the biomorphic Egg (1958) and Swan, which are believed to be the first swiveling upholstered chairs. More than 50 years after its design, the Egg Chair is still used in advertising, film and television as a symbol of sophisticated urbanism. Made in Poland. A tilt mechanism allows for relaxed lounging and the high back and curving elements are reminiscent of a traditional wing chair. Original design and licensed manufacture by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Choose from three fabrics (Fame, Leather or Tonus), then choose a fabric color. Fabric descriptions below....

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    $2,550.00

    Lancaster Dining Table

    Product Information British designer Michael Young has spent 15 years strengthening the connection between modern design and the technical abilities of manufacturers in Asia. “I see the work not as design but as industrial art where the highest levels of manufacturing have been employed,” says the designer. Working from his studio in Hong Kong, Young is known for his expertise in aluminum manufacturing. When he started experimenting with ways to join other materials to aluminum, he contacted U.S.-based Emeco, and a partnership was formed with the Lancaster Collection (2010). Designed to coordinate with the Lancaster Chair, the Lancaster Dining Table features legs and tabletop in solid ash, harvested from fallen timber near Lancaster, PA...

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    $200.00

    Mag Table

    Product Information The multifunctional Mag Table (1999) serves as a table or stool that holds magazines in its “elbow” – and that’s not all this hybrid furniture form can do. Position it vertically, so it’s standing on its narrow end and it also works as a laptop stand that you can use when you’re seated in a chair. A continuous sheet of molded birch plywood forms this bentwood table. The wood veneer or white laminate surface is durable and easy to maintain. The Mag Table offers an inexpensive yet distinctive solution for home or office; use it next to a bed or sofa, or as a compact workstation for computing. Made in Latvia. Materials...

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    $1,600.00

    Metropolitan Chair and Ottoman in Fabric

    Product Information In 1996, Jeffrey Bernett exhibited his first collection at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York and was honored with the Editor’s Award for “Best of Show.” Since then, he’s created furniture, lighting, graphics, packaging and even transportation design. In addition to working with Design Within Reach for more than a decade, he has a long list of clients, including Boffi, Cappellini, Herman Miller®, Knoll®, Mercedes-Benz, Northwest Airlines and many others. For B&B Italia, he created the Metropolitan (2003), an inviting swivel armchair and ottoman. Its high back is the perfect mix of Italian sophistication and comfort, while the neck rest is held in place with magnets to make it...

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