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PRETTY IN PINK

March 16, 2017
Although Stella may disagree, Spring is on it’s way! This week, we bring you a selection of designs in a beautiful blush tone suited for the changing of seasons.
MAYOR SOFA
Arne Jacobsen & Flemming Lassen, 1939|2012
Danish architects Arne Jacobsen and Flemming Lassen originally designed the Mayor Sofa for Sollerod, Denmark’s city hall, built between 1939-1942. This sofa displays both a moderation of modernism and a unique regional adaption.
1.3 CHAIR
Kihyun Kim, 2012
This featherlight, eco-friendly chair weighs just 1.3 kilograms and was awarded Design of the Year 2012 by the Design Museum of London. With the option to stain the oak frame in 10 different colors, including this lovely pink hue, the 1.3 Chair will easily find a home in your space.
BINIC
Ionna Vautrin, 2010
Named after a lighthouse off the coast of Brittany, France, this petite table lamp produces a gentle yet effective beam of light. Offered in a selection of six pastel colors, Binic is as much a design object as it is a functional light for the modern home.
EVA LOUNGE
Kerstin H. Holmquist, 1956
Enter the Garden of Eden with this fully upholstered armchair featuring a silhouette reminiscent of the curves of the body. The Eva chair was first in Kerstin H. Holmquist’s Paradiset Series (Swedish for Eden or Paradise) which was created during Holmquist’s employment with NK – Nordiska Kompaniet in the 1950s.
SAMMEN™ CHAIR
Jaime Hayon, 2015
Sammen™, a comfortable dining chair designed by Jaime Hayon, made its debut at Salone del Mobile 2015. Though fit for the dining room, this piece transforms the atmosphere at the table into a living room ambience; a shared space that promotes conversation while surrounded by good company.
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