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White evokes a feeling of expansiveness and infinite possibilities. In design, it can transform a space entirely. White can capture a sense of classicism, like the Parthenon, or modernity, like Corbusier’s Villa Savoye. The brightness of white is a powerful counterpoint to the darkness of the Winter season. This week, we’re highlighting five designs that showcase the warmth and versatility of white.
Arne Jacobsen
The Egg™ Chair is one of the twentieth century’s most iconic designs. It’s a lounge chair that epitomizes quintessential Danish design sensibilities while highlighting Arne Jacobsen’s enduring creative spirit. Because of its unique shape, the Egg™ connotes a feeling of mystery and privacy. In white, it evokes a sense of being cradled in a cloud. Available in various fabrics and leathers.
Alvar Aalto
The Tea Trolley 900 is the culmination of art meeting technology. The Tea Trolley was inspired by British tea culture and Japanese architecture, which Aino and Alvar Aalto had become acquainted with through their many travels. Designed in 1937, the white ceramic tiles and white wheels contrast against the warmth of the natural wood, resulting in a silhouette which was, and is, strikingly modern.
Knud Holscher
Roller Cabinet takes functionality and convenience to a higher level, offering not just mobility for your collectibles, but allowing you to quickly close things up when not in use. This ingenious design is wonderfully versatile. In clear acrylic, Roller Cabinet allows the items on its shelves to truly pop, creating opportunities for contrast and creativity.
Alvar Aalto
The Paimio Armchair’s light, organic form reinterprets the idea of the traditional club chair. Fixed to the frame at only four points, the chair’s seat appears to float. In white, the seat extends a refreshing and contemporary feeling to the entire design. The curvaceous armrests are formed from a single piece of wood that is then split in half, ensuring perfect balance. Frame in birch.

Hvidt & Mølgaard
Designed in 1959 by renowned Danish design duo, Hvidt & Mølgaard, the X Chair is a stylish piece that neatly captures their fondness for natural materials and streamlined design. The marriage of the solid oak frame and warm white rattan seat is based on a classic chair from antiquity. In keeping with the values of Danish design, X offers exceptional comfort and form.