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The Gallery stool works equally well by itself in a home, as in a row in museums and galleries where they can be linked together. Despite being only a few years old, it is already considered a modern Danish design classic, even honoured by being made into a collectible miniature.
Alvar Aalto’s L leg coffee tables is one his most straightforward and affordable designs. You can spot an original from the striped pattern on the profile of the legs, which is veneer inserted into a solid piece of beech so it can be bent. In 1933, this was a new way to mould wood, as previously any curves would have to be carved.
While some furniture enjoy a key place in the home, others are placed in a closet or similar out-of-the-way spot and serve only to make life easier and take up a minimum of space. The Georg series takes it point of departure in these furniture, and allow them to contribute to the home decor – just the way it should be.
Sneak peek desk
The Sneak peek desk is a small table to be used as a sideboard, a dressing table or a small writing desk. The table top has a pattern of four irregular sinkings which creates a fine detail for the eye as well as a storage for small things. The desk has one drawer.
Map Table Home Desk
The veneer table tops in light oak or dark oak give Map Table a homely note and makes the table extremely suitable for the home office. With its unobtrusive design, it is a good fit with a wide range of environments and interior designs and offers a work surface in a useful size. The cable belt enables the tangle-free connection of power and data cables to the work top.