• Eero Aarnio
    Finnish furniture designer, born in 1932, came of age as the post-war boom was sweeping Europe in the late 1950s and 1960s. Most famous for his Ball Chair, which evokes the Swinging Sixties better than nearly any other piece of furniture design. Aarnio's work has meant an expansion of what can be done with plastics and fiberglass. The Pastil Chair and Tomato Chair followed and he scored another hit with the suspended Bubble Chair.
  • Ton
    Ton is an independent Czech furniture company that is a traditional manufacturer of a wide range of design chairs, bar stools, tables, armchairs, and garden furniture. Ton products are suitable for both the home and office and will suit any type of interior. You can choose from many different materials including wood, leather, fur, and eco-fur.
  • George Nelson
    George Nelson (1908-1986) was an extremely influential industrial designer, writer, and thinker whose designs are as popular today as perhaps they’ve ever been. Educated in architecture at Yale University in the 1920s, Nelson was a prolific writer on design. He wrote for Architectural Forum and Interiors and published the top-drawer books Tomorrow’s House, How to See: A Guide to Reading Our Man-Made Environment, and Building a New Europe: Portraits of Modern Architects. More important than his writing, however, was his work as an industrial designer. He had a close relationship with the Herman Miller furniture company, for which he served as creative director, which produced his famous works such as the bubble lamp, marshmallow sofa, swag leg desk and dozens of clocks. In 1959 he worked on the exhibition design of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, home of the famous “Kitchen Debate” between then US Vice President Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Kruschev. Nelson’s legacy lives on now and he has come to define mid-century American design like few others.
  • Joanna Moorhouse
    Moorhouse is a Finnish-English photographer based in Helsinki, Finland. She found it inspiring to photograph Eero Aarnio's home and to meet the man himself, whome she found to be very young at heart. At home, Moorhouse's Bubble chair is best-loved by the cats.
  • Tolix
    In 1927 Xavier Pauchard, a pioneer of galvanisation in France, registered the trade name "Tolix" and began manufacturing chairs, armchairs, stools and other metal furniture at his Autun, Burgundy based glavanized sheet metal company. Different models were developed over time, including their iconic Model A chair. which was introduced in 1934. The brand continued in the same family until 2004. The brand was revived by Chantal Andriot and began producing new collections in 2010. Tolix stll makes its iconic metal furniture in a rainbow of bright colors.
  • Magis
    Magis SpA is a made-in-Italy design company founded by Eugenio Perazza in 1976 in Motta di Livenza (TV). It embraces the creativity of leading global designers (Richard Sapper, Jasper Morrison, Stefano Giovannoni, Marc Newson, Konstantin Grcic, Ron Arad, the Bouroullecs, Robin Day, Pierre Paulin, Jerszy Seymour, Naoto Fukasawa, Thomas Heatherwick and many others) and channels it towards objects perched on the cutting edge. The Magis catalogue includes a wide variety of furniture and home decor items, including chairs, stools, tables, shelving systems, accessories, and more.
  • Sori Yanagi
    Sori Yanagi's designs can be found today in permanent exhibitions around the world, from MoMA in New York to the Louvre in Paris. Still productive at an age when most have long retired, Yanagi (1915-) has created furniture, porcelain objects, kitchen utensils and cars. He apprenticed with Charlotte Perriand, who at the time was in Tokyo as an arts and crafts consultant to the Japanese Board of Trade. One his best-known designs, the 1954 Butterfly stool, catapulted him into the canon of postwar modernist furniture designers.
  • Marcel Wanders
    Dutch designer Marcel Wanders is a master of all mediums. Born in July 2, 1963, he studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven—which has also produced designers like Dror Behshetrit, Tord Boontje, Bertjan Pot, and Piet Hein Eek—and came onto the design scene in 1996 with his Knotted chair for Droog. Since then, he has plates and pillows for B&B Italia, tubs and sinks for Boffi, lamps for Flos, and stools and chairs for Magis. Today, he is the art director and co-owner of Moooi, founded in 2000, and has broadened his reach into interior and architectural design for stores and hotels around the world as well as private residents in Jakarta and Amsterdam, among others.
  • Glutathione
    Glutathione is the master detoxifier and the body's main antioxidant.1 Toxins are linked to glutathione, which then carries them into the bile and the stool, and out of your body https://www.quicksilverscientific.com/solutions/glutathione
  • Botond Bognar
    Scholar of the history and theories of contemporary Japanese architecture and urbanism with a long list of publications, lectures, and other activities on his record; currently working on two books and several chapters to books, including: The “Bubble” and Beyond: Japanese Architecture in the Age of Economic and Social Upheavals. London: Phaidon Press (estimated publication: 05/2007); and Modern Architectures in History: JAPAN. London: Reaktion Books Ltd. (estimated publication: 11/2008)
  • Benjamin Graindorge
    Parisian designer Benjamin Graindorge is self-deprecating but completely content in his chosen métier, professing that “learning is freedom.” His enlightened state derives from time spent in Patagonia as a student—a period when he considered dropping out of design school—and a later sabbatical in Japan. Before his travels, Graindorge admits he was more interested in the image of an object than its relationship to its user. Following his worldly design education, as well as a yearlong stint with renowned furniture designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, his work has taken on a new dimension. It’s still ethereal—spy his ceramic vases and lamps for Moustache, which ripple and bubble across an otherwise smooth surface, or his limited-edition art pieces for gallery Ymer & Malta—but it is ultimately grounded in a humanistic expression of scale and tactility. “For me,” Graindorge says, “the perfect assemblage is the human body.”
  • Chandra
    Chandra was founded by Chandra Tiwari, an innovator in the rug industry, who was joined by sons Ravi and Shashi Tiwari. The company combines Chandra Tiwari’s resource and Ravi Tiwari’s passion for a modern lifestyle to create a distinctive brand with true focus. The family company is focused on quality craftsmanship, engaging design, and connecting with customers. Originally founded as a rug company, Chandra fosters generations of artisans, creating authentic, handcrafted rugs. The company has since expanded into furniture design, creating handcrafted tables, stools, and more out of solid hardwoods. Chandra’s entire line of products is handmade in the United States.
  • Natalie Kruch
    Natalie Kruch is a Canadian designer who recently debuted her Balloona stool for Umbra. Natalie fell in love with design at the University of Alberta and graduated with an industrial design degree in December 2007. Eager to work with space, she enrolled at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver to pursue a masters degree in architecture.
  • Lebello
    Lebello is a design studio specializing in furniture and lighting. The company also offers interior design consultancies. Lebello provides contract design solutions for the hospitality, retail and trade industry. Contract design offers customized product solutions for the outdoor furniture market. From outdoor chairs, pool lounger, bar stools, benches and stools. We offer a wide range of contract furniture solution. For many projects, we can provide customized product solutions. We can deliver large quantities of products directly to your project anywhere in the world. We also provide inventory management for future or later delivery.