During this year’s edition of Clerkenwell Design Week Miliken presented new products to the EC1 collection: Angled Walk, Ely Place and Travelling Line. They are a variation on geometric patterns. The basis to the main motive are Naturally Drawn Watercollor Lesson plates, which gives the opportunity to arrange space using several collections.
The newest version of the well-known cover, valued for its parameters and design. Per Contra 2.0 is two products In Contrast and On the Contrary. Just like in the previous version, the colors in both cases are the same, one product is a reflection of the other’s negative. A wide choice of space arrangement possibilities is available, without the necessity of using another covering.
The project of Jehs+Laub duet for furnishing giant, the Renz company. The bottom edge of the table is chamfered, it cuts the brink, adding to the countertop’s lightness. Slim legs are positioned at an angle, and are available in two widths, to harmonize with various countertop sizes. Countertops are available in several sizes and trims: wooden veneer, white lacquered or laminate-finished. Table legs are available in white and aluminum, chrome and veneered. Attention to detail, highest quality and precision of make are stunning. The Paper table and dedicated cupboard are compatible with various conceptions of modern design and use.
Wilkhahn’s newest chair, designed in a way that provides as many arrangement possibilities as possible. Four types of basis (four legs made of metal and solid wood, an anti-friction four-armed base and basis on wheels), three kinds of amortization and six colors of cover (black, white, grey, blue, beige-grey, orange-red). That gives 72 variants in total and meets most functional and construction requirements.
A desk from a Spanish maker, dedicated to personal and private offices. It’s marked by its bold and modern shape and impeccable finnish.
The basis is a powder laquered steel structure,. The countertop is an elegant combination of wood and leather.
Softline is a Danish producer of uphilstered furniture, present in the market since 1979. What makes their pieces unique is their modern shape (in the modernism trend) and visible influence of Scandinavian climate.
The whole product line is composed of five smaller collections: Outspoken Tradition, Outspoken Tradition Inset, Historic Clashes, Historic Clashes Inset, Without Reserve.
The collection is very consistent and uncompromising. It is inspired by historic jewelry, textiles and patterns, reborn with modern colours and changes between tints.
An armchair based on opposites and contrast. Turns out that seemingly unfavorable and asymmetric shape – very characteristic form for works of Libeskind, may be successively tamed by using soft and friendly trims. This design masterpiece is certainly a piece of work that goes beyond the standard frameworks of thinking about furniture and furnishing interiors.
Project: Daniel Libeskind for Moroso.
A modern armchair, which is a perfect solution for any kind of space either at home or in the office. With slim back, the chair has an unusual side-face, making it stand out among other pieces of this kind. The pilot is available with either high or low back, in various finishing options. Available in a lighter version, “slim” and “soft” (design for more comfort), with full or steel hoop armrest (chrome or powder-painted steel).
Project: Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby for Knoll Int.