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Antonio Citterio

Antonio Citterio is a renowned contemporary designer. The Italian designer has created everything from modular sofas to bathroom fixtures to Vitra’s industrial plant in Germany. Citterio also acts as a member of the Italian Design Council and works as a professor at the Università della Svizzera Italiana in Switzerland.
 

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Beverly Chair

The distinct scissored leg of this seat recalls both Poul Kjærholm’s PK91 folding stool and the elegant sculpted aluminum forms of Eames’s Tandem Seating.

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Charles Outdoor Chairs

Ah, wouldn’t it be a dream if all of your most-adored indoor furniture were also suitable for the backyard? The land of the waterlogged white plastic patio set gets a handsome update as B&B Italia took the liberty of weatherproofing their best-selling Charles collection.

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Eileen

Joining B&B’s Eileen family of side tables is this larger cousin, a fairly simple two-drawer writing desk. Set atop a colored steel frame, the work surface is available in natural, black, or Russian leather. Height: 28 3/8", Width: 52 3/4", Depth: 18 1/8"
 

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Hans Dining Table

This table, created by Antonio Citterio in 2009, features an opening system that allows the central element to be drawn out quickly—a thick crystel top is available in white or gray. There are trestle-shaped legs, which are tapered.

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J.J.

The undersized J.J. was created to complement Citterio’s oversize Arne sofas. Steel rods support a stained oak frame, between which a series of crisscrossed seatbelt-like bands make up the seat, which is covered in a leather cushion.

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Kelvin LED

No need to touch this cast-aluminum desk lamp to turn it off or on, when using the Force will do: Hover your hand above the square head of the Kelvin LED—a sleek update on the conical silhouette of Antonio Citterio’s original Kelvin design—and Jedi sensors will operate the LEDs.

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Mobil Side Table

First released in 2001, this mobile container system has a chromed-steel frame and comes in three finishes: semi-transparent, opaque and polished. It's available with two to six drawers, and it comes with or without handles. The different configurations can be supported on castors or fixed legs.

Panchina by Antonio Citterio for Vitra

Panchina

Italian designer and architect Antonio Citterio has worked with Vitra for 25 years, and these benches—part of the Grand Repos collection—demonstrate how classic lines can be updated without looking trendy.

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Spoon Chair

Sure, you'd rather be spooning in bed, but Kartell's Spoon Chair offers the at-work support your partner, and flatware, can't.

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