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- In 1940, architect Franco Albini made a single model of his ship’s rigging-like Veliero bookcase for his Milan home—where it eventually collapsed.
- You can gain perspective on the aesthetics of a certain era by examining the product designs of that time period. What better, then, to examine then the widely-ignored but ever-present chair?
- For a vintage design dealer seeking a respite from the city, architect William Massie conceptualized a mostly prefab home around a carefully curated furniture collection in upstate New York.
It's one of life's greatest simple pleasures when there's one seat in the house that looks as good as it feels, and there's no place you'd rather be than proudly lounging. Design legend Sir Terence Conran created this sleek easy chair, which comes available in a selection of fabric and leather and is also offered in three and four-seat sofa.
Pros: If you desire maximum luminosity from a minimalist design, this one’s for you.
Who says design can’t do a body good? Bright 1 is certified for bright-light therapy—a treatment for insomnia, depression, and seasonal affective disorder—and will look much better in your living room than most therapeutic lamps on the market.
Cons: This. Lamp. Will. Get. Bright. It’s blinding at its highest setting. Use the dimmer switch to dial it down a notch.
- At age 34, Philip M. Isaacson commissioned architect F. Frederick Bruck to design a home for him and his wife. That was 1959.
For this versatile indoor/outdoor seat, Philippe Starck mined the silhouettes of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7, Eames Shell chair, and Saarinen Tulip armchair.