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  1. 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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    Price From: $995.00
  2. The Guéridon table, which was produced by the designer and engineer Jean Prouvé for the University of Paris, is a convincing demonstration of clear structural principles. This wooden table is a variation of Prouvé’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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    Price From: $2,665.00
  3. The Organic Chair – a small and comfortable reading chair – was developed in several versions for the 1940 ‘Organic Design in Home Furnishings’ competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. With its sculptural shapes, the design was ahead of the times. But due to the absence of suitable manufacturing techniques, the armchair never went into production. Not until 1950 did it become possible to manufacture and market organically shaped seat shells in large quantities, as exemplified by Charles and Ray Eames's famous Plastic Armchair or Saarinen's Tulip Chair. The Organic Chair is also available in a version with an extended backrest and longer, wider armrests – the Organic Highback armchair. The Organic Conference version can be used as table seating.

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    Price From: $2,395.00
  4. The MVS Chaise is perfect for a rejuvenating rest or quick nap. Although the recliner looks like a sculptural object at first glance, its comfort becomes immediately apparent upon use. The resilient material conforms to the body and is exceptionally soft and elastic. The frame's construction makes it easy for users to shift their weight from a sitting to a reclining position.

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    $3,505.00
  5. During the years of 1941 and 1942, the Ateliers Jean Prouvé planned and executed a number of interior design projects for the Solvay chemical company. Numerous pieces of furniture were developed in connection with this commission, including a table made of wood that exemplifies Prouvé’s construction methods: its structural details illustrate the interplay of forces and stresses – similar to the later design of the EM Table, whose metal legs distinguish it from its predecessor. Due to the scarcity of metal during World War II, the Table Solvay was designed and constructed with wooden legs. The solid wood components and fine oiled finish of the Table Solvay give it a sense of ease and refinement, mitigating the technical coolness of its design.

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  6. While furniture is undoubtedly the core element of any interior design, it is only when furnishings are combined with decorative and personal items that an atmospherically rich and vibrant collage is created. Fabric, colors, lighting, objects and accessories evoke sensory impressions that allow rooms to be designed and redesigned in line with altered moods and requirements. Natural themes have played a critical role since the earliest known interiors, and are also reflected in the work of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Shaped from maple wood and gently smoothed, "L'Oiseau" conjures the clarity of the wooden objects of Nordic folk art. "L'Oiseau" adds a sympathetic note to modern interiors without being at all cutesy or kitschy like many other animal figures.

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  7. The Organic Chair – a small and comfortable reading chair – was developed in several versions for the 1940 ‘Organic Design in Home Furnishings’ competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. With its sculptural shapes, the design was ahead of the times. But due to the absence of suitable manufacturing techniques, the armchair never went into production. Not until 1950 did it become possible to manufacture and market organically shaped seat shells in large quantities, as exemplified by Charles and Ray Eames's famous Plastic Armchair or Saarinen's Tulip Chair. The Organic Chair is also available in a version with an extended backrest and longer, wider armrests – the Organic Highback armchair.

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    $2,785.00
  8. Tabouret Solvay is a simple, robust stool made of solid wood that reveals the designer’s signature at first glance: its clear structural principles can be found throughout the work of Jean Prouvé. Thanks to the flat, even surface of the seat, Tabouret Solvay can also be used as a small side table.

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    Price From: $925.00
  9. Designed for a competition to furnish the student residence halls at the Cité Universitaire in Nancy, the Cité armchair is one of Jean Prouvé's early masterpieces. Prouvé himself used this dynamic looking armchair – with distinctive runners made of powder-coated sheet steel and broad leather belts for armrests – in the living room of his own home. Generous dimensions and inviting upholstery contribute to the great comfort of Cité.

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    Price From: $4,485.00
  10. Amoebe was created by Verner Panton in 1970 for his famous Visiona installation, which included several versions of this lounge piece. It embodies the exuberant spirit of the early 1970s. Thanks to its upholstered surfaces and the flexible back shell, Amoebe offers a high level of comfort. The Amoebe Highback version of the chair has a flexible backrest that curves over the head of the sitter, forming a sculptural canopy. This striking accent gives the chair a sense of shelter and seclusion. Both chair versions are available in a variety of brightly coloured fabric covers.

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    $2,750.00

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