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  1. 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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  2. The 'domestic landscape' was a major theme in Sixties Design. Verner Panton's Living Tower was created within this context. With its organic forms, this furniture sculpture can be used on four different levels. Over two metres high, the appealingly upholstered seating tower has a stable understructure made of birch plywood. Users are impressed by its comfort, and the clever arrangement of the interior niches encourages communication.

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  3. Thanks to technological innovations, a person can work on a laptop computer from anywhere ? yet suitable furniture for this purpose is often lacking. NesTable offers a lightweight and flexible solution. The tray platform is fully adjustable in height and angle, which makes it possible to maintain a correct ergonomic working posture, even while working from a sofa or lounge chair.

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  4. The A-Table is one of the puristic designs that brought Maarten Van Severen to fame and became his trademark. The table is distinguished by its emblematic shape and carefully balanced proportions. The name A-Table refers to the characteristic A-shaped position of the table legs. The first A-Tables were made as early as 1992 in Van Severen’s furniture workshop. The top of the A-Table is surfaced with a layer of easy-care linoleum. In a patented process, the table top is fitted with an edge made from the same material to produce the monolithic appearance sought by Van Severen. The uniform look is further accentuated by the table legs in black powder-coated tubular steel. Linoleum is a traditional product made from natural materials and known for its durability.

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  5. Like all pieces created by Hella Jongerius, Mochi bears the clear signature of the Dutch designer: with its lovingly crafted details and contrasting colour combinations, this soft seating object adds a bold accent in any living environment. Mochi is both a spontaneous seating option and a decorative ottoman for lounge chairs and sofas. The form-fitting knit cover was specially developed for Mochi and and is easy to remove and clean. Thanks to the robust bottom surface, the pouf can be used everywhere.

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  6. Bench is a versatile mobile bench for galleries, museums and entrance areas, which easily adapts to the given space. To avoid competing with exhibited objects, Bench maintains a discreet presence, though without slipping into anonymity. It is available in three different sizes. The benches can be used individually or in combination.

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  7. With its intuitively clear shape, Hocker represents fundamental aspects of the conceptual approach practised by Herzog & de Meuron. The Hocker stool adds to a series of objects and installations created by the architects as independent projects alongside their architectural design work.

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  8. Toolbox is a practical organizational tool for your office: It can be used to store working materials, accessories and private items and the Toolbox itself can be kept in a cabinet or in a trolley. Everything is easily accessible. In combination with the Storage program Locker System, the Toolbox is also a useful aid for non-territorial work: Employees take their Toolbox with the working materials to their lockers and lock it up when they leave the office.

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  9. Monopod is a sculptural piece, vaguely reminiscent of primordial objects made of wood or stone. The chair has a sturdy, weighted presence, tapering with an elegant curve to a wedge-shaped backrest. As a compact visitor chair, Monopod is a perfect companion for sofas and larger armchairs. Thanks to its solid execution, it can also be used in public settings such as lounges and reception areas. Its upholstered plastic shell structure allows Monopod to retain its precise shape even after extended use. Covered in fabric or leather, the chair is surprisingly comfortable despite its apparent simplicity.

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  10. Corniches arose from the need for small storage spaces to spontaneously keep items. The same way that we hang our beach towel on a rock jutting from a cliff before diving into the sea, we need small storage spaces in everyday life, too”, explains Ronan Bouroullec. And this is the reason that Corniches are neither regular shelves nor simple horizontal surfaces, but rather individual, isolated protrusions in the environments that we create. Whether as a key rack beside the front door, a spot to put the soap dispenser in the bathroom, as a pedestal for a small collection of objects or as a large installation, Corniches are a new way to use the wall in your living space.

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