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iittala Aalto Vase 6.25 in

$175.00
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Drawing inspiration from the beauty of the natural world, the undulating shape of each Aalto piece alludes to the untamed shorelines of Finland’s thousands of lakes. The fluid aesthetic reaffirms the deep connection between man and nature while making a statement against the failure of industrial production to meet universal human needs. His complete collection includes his legendary vases, coordinating bowls, platters and more, all infused with a range of iconic colors.
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iittala Ruutu Vase

$95.00
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The fluidity and vibrant feel of the mouth blown glass creates the delicate character for the Ruutu vase. Ruutu, which means diamond or square in Finnish, is a collection of vases available in five sizes and seven colours.

Created by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Ruutu might be simple in shape but it takes the most skilled craftsmen in the glass factory to produce. The vases are mouth-blown into a steel mould and polished by hand. Each vase is a simplified masterpiece taking seven craftsmen and 24 hours to produce in the Iittala glass factory in Finland. Each Ruutu vase has the designers’ engraving on the bottom.

Ruutu has been awarded the prestigious iF product design award in 2015.
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Vitra Girard Wool Blankets

$485.00
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Born in 1907 in New York City, Alexander Girard was one of the leading figures of postwar American design, along with his close friends and colleagues George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames.

The primary focus of his wide-ranging oeuvre was textile design: as head of the textile division at the Herman Miller Company, Girard created numerous textile patterns and products reflecting his love of festive colours, patterns and textures. He favoured abstract and geometric forms in a variety of different colour constellations, typically featuring a cheerful palette.

His upholstery fabrics remain as timely and vital as ever with many of them still being sold today. Having originally studied architecture, Girard made a name for himself over his long career in the fields of furniture, exhibition and interior design as well as in the graphic arts.
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Vitra Girard Graphic Print Pillows - Love

$130.00
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The architect and designer Alexander Girard was one of the leading figures in American design during the postwar era. His passion for colours, patterns and textures found expression in the field of textile design, which was a focal part of his oeuvre.

In his work, Girard paired motifs from folk art sources with abstract patterns. Many of his figures and patterns exude a cheery playfulness, and thanks to their vivid colours, even his simplest graphic motifs possess a high degree of differentiation.

The Graphic Print Pillows are now bringing a number of these designs to life again: abstract graphics and expressive figurative motifs create striking accents. The soft pillows are optimally suited as a decorative accessory for a diverse range of interior styles.

In addition to the Graphic Print Pillows, the collection also includes the Maharam Pillows and the Classic Maharam Pillows.

The inkjet-printed washable pillow covers are made of 100% cotton.
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Vitra Rotary Tray

$80.00
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The Rotary Tray is a contemporary rendering of the classic etagere by Jasper Morrison. Thanks to its simple shape and subtle colours, the Rotary Tray complements any interior style and lends itself to many different uses. Whether in the kitchen or on the dining room table, in a bathroom or entryway, at the office or in a child's room: the Rotary Tray offers a decorative way to tidy up any space.
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Vitra East River Chair

$2,715.00
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Products designed by Hella Jongerius exhibit her unique manner of fusing industry and craft, high- and low-tech, traditional and modern – characteristics which are also evident in the East River Chair: with its distinctive form and casual combination of such diverse materials as wood, metal, leather and fabric, this small armchair clearly bears the Dutch designer's signature.

The colours of the East River Chair are carefully coordinated. Depending on the selection of colour combinations, the chair has a very different look, ranging from muted and calm to cheerful and bright. The choice of colours and materials is not based on purely aesthetic reasons: the practical leather covers protect the armrests from dirt and wear, and the thicker padding of the seat cushion, which extends up to the backrest, provides comfortable lumbar support. Thanks to the convenient strap handle on the rear side of the backrest, this compact armchair lends itself to flexible applications.

In 2013, Hella Jongerius and Vitra collaborated on the design of a chair for the North Delegates Lounge at the UN headquarters in New York. The development of the East River Chair was based on this design.
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Vitra Panton Junior Chair

$150.00
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With its bright, cheerful colours and smooth curves, the Panton Chair has always been a favourite of children – both as a chair and as a plaything. This led Verner Panton to consider the the idea of producing a child-size version of the chair together with Vitra over 35 years ago.

Proving impossible at the time for economic reasons, this aim was finally achieved in 2008 with the introduction of Panton Junior, a chair based on the designer's original plans. Identical to the regular model with regard to material and shape, the children's chair is approximately 25 percent smaller than the full-size Panton Chair. This makes Panton Junior, which is available in six different colours, an ideal chair for children in nursery and elementary school.
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