Eiermann Table


Unique in its many possible combination and use options, the Eiermann Table is a real classic of furniture design. Egon Eiermann designed the original table frame with its slanted crossbars in 1953.




The famous coffee house chair is an icon and considered the most successful mass produced product in the world to date: it initiated the history of modern furniture.




The CH327 is a solid wood dining table. The table top is made from uninterrupted sections of solid wood running the entire length of the table.




The coffee table PK61 is almost as elementary and minimalistic as it gets from the hand of Poul Kjærholm. Despite the extreme distillation of the structure into a set of identical elements, the square and aesthetic design has the power of a manifesto and shows Kjærholm’s development from industrial designer to furniture architect.


Soft Pad Chaise


The idea for the design of the Soft Pad Chaise came from a longtime friend of Charles and Ray Eames, the film director Billy Wilder, who was in search of a recliner for taking short naps or for resting on during breaks between film shoots.


606 Universal Shelving System


The 606 Universal Shelving System was designed by Dieter Rams, in 1960. It is a modular system that can be adjusted and extended to individual needs. At the core of the shelving system is the aluminium E-Track and a pin.


Ulmer Hocker


The Ulmer Hocker furniture unit was designed in 1954 by Max Bill together with Hans Gugelot for the students of the Ulm School of Design, and was produced in Bill’s own carpentry workshop with wood that had been donated.


Flag Halyard


This lounge chair is woven of flag halyard and has a steel frame. It resembles a space vehicle. In spite of its peculiar look it is very comfortable. Long-haired lamb skin is also used as the seat covering.


Navy Chair


First built for use on submarines in 1944, the Navy Chair has been in continuous production ever since. With the original 77 step process, Emeco craftsmen take soft, recycled aluminum, hand form and weld it – then temper it for strength.




The stool, also known as the “Toadstool”, was originally designed by Nanna Ditzel for her children and has only ever been produced by small cabinetmaking companies.




PK80 is the perfect piece for an afternoon nap, extra seating in a living room or as an object of admiration. The inspiration for the daybed came from Bauhaus, which in turn, were inspired by ancient Roman couches.




The table consists of three parts which Wegner has joined together in an elegant and flexible solution; two crossed, load-bearing wooden elements and a simple unattached round wooden plate. The table can easily be folded and packed away.




Many aspects of the Revolt were regarded as extremely innovative when it was introduced back in 1953 and it has won a permanent place for itself both in the business world and in Dutch living rooms.




An enamelled metal top is supported by three steel rods. A rotating joint in self-lubricating material to protect the enamel moves the third leg so that the table may be folded flat.




Though he’s renowned as “chair-maker of chair-makers,” Danish designer Hans Wegner’s stools are not to be ignored. The CH53 is a sturdy stool or footrest, handmade from solid hardwood and woven paper cord. Suitable for a wide variety of uses, it’s tall enough to be used around a dining table and flexible enough for the living room, front hall or bedroom.


Double Oak Bed


Low oak bed, available in single, double and king-size. The frame floats off the ground by 3 cm thanks to the round oak feet. The bed slats themselves are 10 cm off the ground.


Kevi 2533


Kevi is the classic office chair with the hardwearing principle: the better you sit, the more you get done. Designed by an architect, it is suitable for homes, offices, schools and workplaces where one solution must satisfy many demands.


Stool 60


This stackable stool was designed by Alvar Aalto during the years of 1932-33. Aalto developed the bent L-shaped leg to achieve his ultimate design aesthetic which mixed art and nature with technology. This unique bending technology became the basis of Stool 60 and was later patented.