Treviso ~ Finger as Legs

Ercol had always put forth a country and classic flavour in its design. Very traditional and conservative, I would say. The first design from Ercol that caught my eye is the Modern Classic Butterfly Chair. But I am not going to talk about that chair today. Today’s lead is going to be a desk. This […]

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Achille ~ Minimalist Pad

Minimalism can be boring to some due to its lack of details or even the lack of design or materials. Simplicity is key in Minimalist designs and its often the subtleties that captures the audience. Jean-Marie Massaud approached it in a different way. Although the French Design Maestro had never being an advocate of loud […]

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Juliet ~ The Centennial Lady

There isn’t a better way to start off the brand new year with a chair of this significance. To celebrated its 100th birthday last year (“last year” sounds so distant, yet it’s only yesterday that we are talking about), Poltrona Frau invited 12 of the world’s most promising young Designers to participate in a competition […]

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