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    Elliptical Table ETR

    On account of its resemblance to a surfboard, the low elliptical coffee table ETR (Elliptical Table Rod Base) quickly acquired the nickname 'surfboard table'. With its twin chrome-plated base elements and laminated top in black or white, the tableÕs construction takes up a common theme in the work of Charles and Ray Eames, namely that of bent steel wire welded together to make a rigid structure.
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    Eames Wool Blanket

    Like many other legendary 20th-century architects and designers, Charles and Ray Eames, too, spent time designing textiles to realize their ideas in terms of colours, shapes and materials. The ÒDot PatternÓ was created in 1947 in conjunction with an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The pattern consists of variations of a graphic design made up of crosses and dots to become a large composition, and demonstrates references to the abstract paintings by Ray Eames from the 1930s.
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    Cork Family

    The three robust members of the Cork Family stand firmly, making them suited for use as side tables or stools. They benefit from the advantageous natural properties of cork: comparatively lightweight and enormously durable, they also have a velvety surface that is pleasant to touch.
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    Classic Trays

    The quality of an interior does not start and end with the larger objects. As much as our sense of well-being at home is influenced by the choice and composition of furniture, lighting and textiles, itÕs the small things Ð the various accessories, pictures, plants, mementos and occasional finds we have collected Ð that play a key role in our emotional attachment to the home. Over the past decades, few designers have been as cognisant of this fact as Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard and George Nelson. In the mid-twentieth century, they created interiors in which small objects and accessories always held a prominent place. The current series of Classic Trays emerged from this context. The serving trays are available in a variety of motifs.
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    Lobby Chair

    The structural design of the Lobby Chair makes it comparable to the Lounge Chair in terms of comfort. It consists of three individual cushions joined together by aluminium side frames. The armchair was originally conceived to furnish lobby areas in New York's Time Life Building. In the following years, different versions were created that all have one fundamental thing in common: exceptional comfort. The Lobby Chair is available in three versions: the ES 104 office swivel chair, the ES 108 conference chair on glides, and the wider and lower ES 105 armchair for lounges and waiting areas.
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    Leather Side Table

    Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the Leather Side Tables are covered with a high-quality, robust split leather. Precisely crafted with decorative seams, the leather covers give these side tables a rich, warm look and pleasant tactile feel. The aesthetic appeal of these sophisticated tables lies in the contrast between the thin, planar table tops and the volumetric, plinth-like bases. The Leather Side Tables are available with covers in the colours nero or chocolate and in the sizes small or medium.
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    While furniture is undoubtedly the core element of any interior design, it takes the addition of decorative and personal items to create an atmospherically rich and vibrant collage for the home. Fabric, colours, lighting, objects and accessories help create the aesthetic character of a room and allow interiors to be adapted to changing moods and requirements. Natural motifs have played an important role in interior decoration since the earliest known examples and are also reflected in the work of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Milled from natural maple and sanded smooth, the wooden L'Oiseau figure recalls the clarity of wood objects in Nordic folk art. The L'Oiseau wooden bird adds an appealing touch to modern interiors without becoming cute or even kitschy like many other animal figures.
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    Hang it all

    Used instead of simple hooks, the brightly coloured wooden balls of the 'Hang it all' coat rack are aimed at encouraging children to literally hang up all their things. Thanks to the uniform distance between the balls, multiple coat racks can be mounted alongside one another for additional storage. 'Hang it all' is a cheerful alternative to boring coat hooks Ð and not just for children's rooms. The original colour composition of 'Hang it all' was conceived by Ray Eames. In celebration of what would have been her 100th birthday in December 2012, Vitra and the Eames Office developed three new versions of the coat rack in fresh hues of red, green and white.
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    GuŽridon Bas

    The wooden table GuŽridon, which was produced by the designer and engineer Jean ProuvŽ for the University of Paris, is a convincing demonstration of clear structural principles. It is a variation of ProuvŽ's architecturally informed design vocabulary in a natural material, proving that modern tables do not have to be made out of steel and glass.
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    Low Table Set

    The architect Frank Gehry is known for his use of unusual materials. With his 1972 furniture series 'Easy Edges', he succeeded in bringing a new aesthetic dimension to such an everyday material as cardboard. But although they look surprisingly simple, the occasional tables of the Low Table Set have been constructed with the consummate skill of an architect and are exceedingly robust and stable.
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    Prouvé RAW – Bureau Métallique

    Office desk with 2 or 3 drawers. Comes in powder coated olive green or antique green.
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    Prouvé RAW – Fauteuil Direction

    Task chair with solid wood armrest and 5 star metal base.