Thursday, 27 December 2012

Case Furniture Sale

Case Furniture's first Warehouse sale is a combination of prototypes, ex-display pieces, photo shoot samples and slightly marked/damaged goods with fantastic discounts. Star buys include the Knole Snuggler by Matthew Hilton and the Casefile single shelving unit at 50% off, while the Cross Coffee Table in Wenge has an amazing 70% off!

WAREHOUSE SALE -29th + 30th Dec, 2nd-6th Jan
Unit 7, 4 Commerce Way, Croydon, CRO 4YN 

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Philippe Hurel

The iconic TOBIAS Stool has received a dazzling makeover

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Season's Greetings!

Sending you and your families warm wishes for the Holidays!

Sunday, 23 December 2012

20% off Conran Collection at mydeco

mydeco are thrilled to announce 20% off the entire Content by Conran collection. Crafted in the UK, the attention to detail is what one would expect from the first name in British design. From solid woods to hand-stitched finishes, we believe every Content by Conran piece is an investment buy and an heirloom of the future.

Thursday, 13 December 2012

A Wheel for Pedrali Wins at the FX International Interior Design Awards Read more: A Wheel for Pedrali Wins at the FX International Interior Design Awards

A Wheel For Pedrali, the exhibition project designed by Migliore+Servetto Architects for Pedrali on the occasion of Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012, is the winner of FX International Interior Design Awards in the Museum or Exhibition Space category.

Tuesday, 11 December 2012


Hospitality project for the Wgroup in San Diego, with bespoke trace tables and viv barstools.
To see all of naughtone's case studies click the link - Case Studies 

Saturday, 8 December 2012

A book for kids and lovers about DESIGN stories

D.E.S.I.G.N. is a fascinating review of 69 of the most innovative household items from the past 150 years - from the classic to the most crazy.
One of the things we do really love about D.E.S.I.G.N. is that the illustrations are appealing to children, but the author hasn't dumbed down the information. There are 69 of the most innovative household items from the past 150 years in D.E.S.I.G.N. and we had no idea that most of them even existed. The illustrations are quirky, every page is full of bold colours, and there are diagrams showing you how each object works or is supposed to be used. There is a handy key at the beginning of the book showing you what each of the symbols mean throughout the book. These symbols on each page tell you what the object is made of, what it can be used for and which country the designer/inventor is from. There's also an index in the back to help you find your favourite objects. D.E.S.I.G.N. is a book that you can come back to again and again, and discover something new each time. It's the perfect book for those inquisitive children, especially boys, who want to know how things work, and adults will love it just as much as children. One of our favourite nonfiction books for children of 2011.
If you want to take a look at the presentation of Cocobooks in Barcelona with Mariscal, Martí Guixé, and Juli Capella at BD Barcelona Design showroom click the slideshow Cocobooks

Friday, 7 December 2012

Juno from arper receives iF Product Design Award 2013

Juno, a system of chairs designed by James Irvine for Arper and presented at Salone del Mobile 2012 in Milan, received the 2013 iF Design Award 2013 for the “Product Design” category.

For over 60 years the German iF Design Award – considered all over the world as a quality design label – has promoted the best international design in three main fields: product, communication and packaging. This year's jury, consisting of international experts and designers belonging to different fields, has selected the best design projects, out of the over three thousand projects submitted, on the basis of their background, ability to interpret future trends and several year’s experience.

The Junocollection met the criteria established by iF to define “good design”: a daring, intelligent, passionate yet reliable and ironic design, capable of embodying human qualities.

Juno, together with the other awarded products, will be displayed in the iF exhibitions held at the Hannover Exhibition Centre and Hamburg HafenCity, as well as in the iF onlineexhibition. The award ceremony will be held in the BMW Welt in Munich on February 22nd 2013.

For further information on the award please visit the

New Website for Herman Miller Collection

Herman Miller has launched a new website for the Herman Miller Collection, designed by Hello Design.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Under R3v0lution Chairs

Infiniti has launched a design contest open to young designers under 30 years of age.

The competition seeks innovative and revolutionary folding chairs that represent the values and identity of the Infiniti brand.

The deadline for submissions is February 28, 2013.

Monday, 3 December 2012

Sitting Pretty with Softline

If you are after an innovative, modern and stylish design for your next chair Softline could well be your answer.  As a well as Softline's iconic Hello chair they have a number of very unusual and striking designs, all of which are extremely comfortable and beautifully made.


A gesture, an articulated and rhythmic movement of a pencil on paper.  A line with its own personality ready to play freely on the environment. This is how the elements emerge and give life to Spline collection.

Saturday, 1 December 2012

Southbank Centre Commission Mini Moderns to Create New Concert Collection

Cult British design brand Mini Moderns has created Concert, a new collection for SouthbankCentre. Featuring line drawings of musical instruments, the design was conceived to represent the immense variety of musical performance that is staged at Southbank Centre.
Mini Moderns founders, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire are big fans of Southbank Centre – both as a performance space and as an architectural icon. “We’ve seen such a range of music, art and performance there that we felt it important to represent this variety in the design”.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

The Furniture Ombudsman releases new Annual Review

The Furniture Ombudsman (TFO), the Stevenage-based organisation which helps to raise standards and specialises in providing Alternative Dispute Resolution solutions for consumers and retailers in the furniture and home improvement industry, has published its annual review for 2012. 

This year was the 20th anniversary for the body, which was established in 1992 with the Office of Fair Trading.  Since then over 40,000 cases have been referred to the Ombudsman and the office handles around 1300 complaints every year.   Of those cases, 53% were upheld (in full or in part) in favour of the consumer, whilst 47% were upheld in favour of the retailer.

Kevin Grix, Head of The Furniture Ombudsman, said that this year has seen higher awareness than ever before of TFO and its role.  “Our message this year has been very strong,” he said.  “Consumers are empowered more than ever to choose who they shop with,and know their rights. Retailers recognise this and want to offer the benefits of TFO membership to their customers.” 

More qualified staff and more training courses delivered also characterised the year, he said,  “The organisation is thriving, and continues in its aim to deliver a first class, modern and relevant service to both industry and consumers alike.” 

For more information on The Furniture Ombudsman and to watch a short film explaining The Furniture Ombudsman service, visit

Monday, 5 November 2012

Space-transforming interior design with HIMACS®

In the Frankfurt Stock Exchange district, Wiesbaden architects 3deluxe have transformed the office floor of the turn-of-the-century Frankfurt branch of the international design agency Syzygy into a futuristic working environment. HI-MACS® acrylic stone has been used to create a flowing linear design delivering a striking space-creating effect on the interior of the central reception area and adjoining waiting area.

The organic design is a clear contrast to the surrounding original architecture, creating an exciting juxtaposition of old and new within the space.

A 22m long curve delineates the space created for the new working environment, which has specially made furniture and fittings made of HI-MACS® Natural Acrylic Stone. The organic shapes create the atmosphere of a room-within-a-room, its communicative and creative openness expresses the company‘s forward-thinking culture. 

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Laufer + Keichel Designs 330 Chair Series for Thonet

Thonet has recently commissioned Berlin-based industrial designer duo Julia Laufer and Marcus Keichel to design the 330 product family.

Read more here

Saturday, 20 October 2012


After a hugely successful debut show in 2012, preparations are in full swing for Home 2013. Having firmly established itself as the must-see first UK homewares and interiors event of the year, the second edition of Home is set to present the hottest line-up of international brands and creative homegrown talent, who will all be showcasing the very best in exciting new homewares, housewares, interior accessories, furniture, lighting and textiles. Home 2013, which takes place in Earls Court 2, London, is THE place to buy, specify, select and commission new design for the home. 

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Frame Moooi Award Selects Jana Scholze as 2013 Juror

Organizers of the Frame Moooi Award are thrilled to announce the juror for this year’s competition: Jana Scholze, Curator of Contemporary Furniture and Product Design at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

‘We are excited to join forces with Jana and the Victoria and Albert Museum – a leading international design institution – for the 2013 edition of the award,’ says Robert Thiemann, editor-in-chief of Frame. ‘As a curator and expert, Jana is a neutral authority with an eye for the most inventive, fresh, modern and creative designs. We look forward to seeing who she selects as the 2013 award winner.’

As the Frame Moooi Award juror, Scholze will select the top 10 finalists who will be invited to the grand finale party during Milan’s Salone del Mobile in April, 2013. Here the award will culminate at a cocktail event on 10 April, where the grand prize winner will be announced – and walk away with the €25,000 cash prize. Scholze will also be part of a panel discussion and Q&A session on 11 April, where press and public will be invited to ask her about the process of selecting a winner.

‘The Frame Moooi Award is as exceptional and meaningful as it is open, specific and generous,’ says Scholze. ‘The aim to celebrate and promote innovation is convincingly supported by inviting simply everyone with a suitable project. The significant prize acknowledges not only excellence in design thinking and making, but encourages both designers and the creative industries alike.’

Scholze has worked on a number of major exhibitions, including Cold War Modern: Design 1945-1970 (2008), plus she often publishes and teaches internationally about contemporary design.

‘Hosting the Frame Moooi Award 2013 is a great honour and I am expecting to see outstanding and compelling, attractive and quiet, as well as fascinating and speculative work,’ says Scholze. She follows French architect and designer Philippe Starck, who was the 2012 award juror and crowned Dutch designer Bertjan Pot’s Stairway to Heaven as winner.

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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Arper Showroom launches in London

With showrooms already located in Milan, Cologne, Stockholm and New York, the London showroom in Clerkenwell will become the company’s new centerpiece – a flagship space in the heart of London’s architecture and design district. Beyond showcasing stunning Arper pieces this showroom presents the opportunity to share the company’s design vision – the pursuit of the essential – with the London design community.
The showroom has been designed by renowned architects 6A, who share Arper’s values of simplicity through pure design, focusing on elegance and sensuality of form and avoiding the superfluous. The concept for the showroom takes its inspiration from this philosophy as well as from the local environment, its history and cultural context. It aims to convey the innate qualities of Arper and Treviso with the style and exuberance of London. The space is a simple architectural unit constructed from different materials in shades of white, inserted into a concrete shell to make a singular backdrop for the furniture. Natural white plaster, bleached oak and enameled cast aluminum form a soft, finely crafted space open to the street on two sides. Finer details of the build — doors, ironmongery, skirtings — have been stripped back. The focus is on the relationship between space, light and furniture.
This space will be more than a showroom – it is an Arper ‘experience’ for architects, specifiers, designers and the public to learn more about the company and its ethos of open-ended and generous design.   It has also been designed to be flexible to allow it to play host to different types of events, through which Arper can communicate with its new London audience.
Claudio Feltrin, CEO of Arper, said: “London will be our flagship showroom across the world, more a brand embassy than simply a store. Clerkenwell is the perfect location for us as it has one of the highest concentrations of architectural and engineering companies in the world. And London is a dynamic hub of creativity, design and innovation, which has really inspired us.”
“Through this showroom we hope to increase Arper brand recognition but also position ourselves at the heart of one of the world’s leading cultural capitals.”
Tom Emerson, founder of 6A, said of the collaboration: “I am really excited to be working with Arper on this project, as they share so many of our values. Traditionally, Clerkenwell was London’s Italian quarter, a centre of manufacturing and precision engineering and we are reflecting this history in the showroom’s design. It is on a fantastically noticeable corner of Clerkenwell so transparency and visibility are key – we are hoping the Arper Showroom will inject a calm pause along this busy street.”
The showroom will be open from late October 2012 and will showcase Arper’s new collections of Saya and Juno chairs, unveiled at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile this year. It will also be home to Arper’s classic designs, from the iconic Catifa chair through to the playful Pix collection. 

A Sofa with a Heart

The Heart modular sofa from Softline, is much more than a sofa.  You can build single seats, a sofa or a day bed - Or configure lounge sofas of any desired length by combining the elements to each other. The backrest can be removed easily and attached again horizontally – giving you all the flexibility you need.  It is an ingeniously simple idea that is at the root of ‘Heart’.

Thursday, 4 October 2012

Furniture Retail Quality Group publish a new guide for glass in furniture

FIRA is pleased to announce the publication of a new industry Standard for glass in furniture: FIRA-FRQG G001 Glass in furniture - requirements. The document has been produced by FIRA in conjunction with the Furniture Retail Quality Group (FRQG), comprising technologists from the major retailers of furniture in the UK.
The guide has been introduced to ensure that basic safety levels relating to glass in furniture and mirrors are maintained.
The introduction of harmonised European Standards has forced the withdrawal of a number of key British Standards covering the use of glass in furniture. The FRQG felt that the new European requirements did not fully address the safety risks posed by glass in furniture, and therefore were not compliant with the obligation to supply a safe product as required by the General Product Safety Regulations 2005. Subsequently, the FRQG has produced this new guide that contains, and updates, the requirements from the now withdrawn standards BS 7449 (glass in storage furniture) and BS 7376 (glass in tables).
It is expected that this document will become the document of choice when assessing the suitability of glass and mirrors to be used in the domestic environment.
The document is available for purchase online at FIRA’s online book shop –

Monday, 1 October 2012

Successful 100% Design for LG Hausys

LG Hausys, the manufacturer of HI-MACS®, presented elements of a sophisticated display known as “Contemporary Décor”, featuring a kitchen produced entirely from the new generation Solid Surface at the recent 100% Design show.

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Flash Factories at designjunction

A series of interactive Flash Factories at this year's designjunction will demonstrate some industrial and handmade production processes such as the wood-bending machine used to craft the classic 214 chair by Thonet. 

Friday, 14 September 2012

Jo Sampson Studio for Waterford creates ‘illuminate’ for Jamie Oliver’s the BIG chair project

To mark the 10th anniversary of Fifteen restaurant, Jamie Oliver’s charity, the Better Food Foundation, has
launched The BIG Chair Project - an exciting collaboration with some of the top names in fashion, art and
design. Furniture brand Republic of Fritz Hansen™ - a long-standing supporter of Fifteen - has donated
twenty iconic ANT™ chairs to designers and artists such as Paul Smith, Tracey Enim, Burberry and Sarah
Burton from McQueen, to impose a personal, food-inspired design upon the classic design chair which are
auctioned until October to raise money for the Better Food Foundation. To bid now and discover more about the project visit;


Tent and Super Brands London

Register today before midnight to ensure your free entry for Tent London and Super Brands London 2012.

Visit Joint Design Direction at 100% Design 2012

Thursday, 13 September 2012


English furniture maker Benchmark is introducing 8 brand new pieces, alongside new versions of existing designs, at this year’s London Design Festival. Exhibiting at both designjunction and Decorex, Benchmark will present different pieces at each show.
The pieces have been designed by a number of leading designers including Terence Conran, Kay+Stemmer and Jens Risom, all of whom are represented in Benchmark’s existing collection, as well as designs by Benchmark’s own in-house team.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012


This Friday 14th September sees the launch of Heal’s London Design Festival 2012 activities. 
Until 23rd September Heal’s and Melin Tregwynt collaborate to celebrate Melin Tregwynt’s centenary year. This celebration of 100 years of Welsh design and manufacture will be in the form of an exclusive limited edition collection of double cloth welsh wool furniture and accessories showcased with a pop-up Melin Tregwynt shop at the flagship Heal’s store at Tottenham Court Road and online.

The collection is woven in a combination of heritage and exclusive designs and colour ways by Melin Tregwynt. It features several pieces of upholstery including the iconic Balzac chair by Matthew Hilton and best selling Heal’s classics along with coordinating home accessories, including lighting and cushions.

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If you have always wanted to have the iconic Wishbone chairs in your dining room now is your chance.  Carl Hansen and Son are offering 6 wishbone chairs for the price of 5 at their retailers through-out  the month of October.

“Master of the Chair”: that is how Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner is known all over the world. The CH24, popularly known as the Wishbone chair, exemplifies this with excellence. Created from pure natural materials, it is a brilliant example of Danish cabinetmaking traditions represented for generations by Carl Hansen & Son. Right now you have particularly good reasons for buying your dream we are offering six chairs for the price of five. And you are free to choose from among a wide range of colours and woods.

The Wishbone chair CH 24 was designed by Hans J Wegner in 1949.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012


Designed by Ramón Esteve, LINK plays with beams of light, creating silhouettes and shapes to achieve a very pleasant lighting effect. 

Friday, 31 August 2012

Aeros now available in white

Louis Poulsen is launching the Aeros pendant by internationally renowned designer Ross Lovegrove in a white version, greatly extending the possible applications for this beautiful and slightly mysterious product.The other version, in an anodised golden sand colour, remains in the range.

The Aeros pattern looks significantly different in the white version. With the light off, the pattern has more contrast, and when the light is on the pattern and lamp appear lighter and brighter. The distinctive reflector with its Fibonacci pattern also has a different, decorative look when the light is both on and off.

Measuring 723 mm in diameter, Aeros is a large lamp, but the white colour greatly reduces the visual perception of it. The lamp is ideal for both dining and coffee tables. The light source, a 60W halopin, comes with the lamp and ensures optimum colour rendering, which is particularly important when used above dining and coffee tables. The light source can be dimmed,of course, which also helps to create a unique ambience.

Aeros retails at £1527

Friday, 3 August 2012

Case Furniture Sale

Sale ends tomorrow.

VIBIA | BOXES: functional lighting


Designed by Josep Lluís Xuclà for Vibia, BOXES, is the ideal example of an outdoor lighting fixture.
Three boxes piled one on top of the other, combining aesthetics and functionality with a geometric design.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Thursday, 26 July 2012

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Fin Dining Chair by Matthew Hilton

One of Matthew Hilton's most iconic designs is his Fin Dining Chair, which has been used in contract projects worldwide including the University of Oregon Jacqua Center designed by ZGF Architects LLP, and The Olde Bell Inn designed by Studioilse in collaboration with 6a Architects. This solid wood dining chair is an example of both the thoughtful engineering and sculptural nature of Hilton's work. The complex shape is made of 8 components, joined with a combination of lap joints, mortise and tenon joints and locating dowels. Long grain to long grain connections throughout ensure great joinery strength, while CNC machinery allows for the intricate shaping of the form. Ergonomics were carefully considered in the design process, resulting in a chair with outstanding comfort. 

Bethan Gray Selected For Best of British Creativity Showcase during Olympics

The G&T Collection by Bethan Gray, has been selected by UK Trade & Investment to contribute to a
showcase of the best of modern British art and design at The British Business Embassy.
Held at Lancaster House, Central London, and taking place for six weeks during London 2012, this
ambitious exhibition will introduce some of the most globally influential business leaders to British or British trained designers and manufacturers during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Spotted at Clerkenwell Design Week in May, where she launched her G&T Collection, Bethan will
present the Brogue side table in the State Dining Room, one of 18 specially curated rooms at Lancaster House.
Bethan Gray is best known for her liveable, honest, warm designs and is fast becoming one of the UKʼs
most celebrated designers. Her inclusion at Lancaster House is testament to this and is an unprecedented opportunity for Bethan to introduce her work to a wider international audience in London.
Bethan Gray comments, “I am honoured to be part of British Business Embassy showcase. My designs
have always been a nod to the distinctive craftsmanship that can only be found in Britain and to be
recognised for this approach to my work is wonderful.”

Monday, 23 July 2012 is delighted to welcome German brand Zeitraum into their growing family

Birgit Gämmerler established Zeitraum in 1990 when wood was considered most unfashionable within interior design. Yet it was her believe and love in wood a living material that led her to create well thought out minimalistic, unobtrusive designs that are both ecological and sensual.
From the beginning all her furniture designs were made by local joiners using clever wooden joints as opposed to simple screw together solutions. Even today when the furniture is manufactured in much larger quantities, every piece is made to these same strict quality standards.

Now available from

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Glouster Nesting Tables

Want a good size coffee table but don’t want it taking up too much space? Invest in the versatile Glouster Nesting Tables which allows you to easily extend out your coffee table and nestle neatly together when not in use. Mixing elegant and modern, this coffee table would fit nicely in a loft apartment or modern household. With marble tops and nickel frames, Glouster Nesting tables hold a contemporary edge.

Saturday, 21 July 2012

And Then Design at Nest

Products include the Scandinavian inspired Oliver Rocking Chair, the simple and honest Lean Man collection originally designed by friend and fellow young designer Frank Flavell, the 210 Chair with its cantilever profile and the 1960s inspired Jill Chair.

Friday, 20 July 2012

Introducing Sqillé

Bringing the moon into your garden to illuminate your evening while the stars come out above.

Following Clay Designs’ highly acclaimed and successful launch of Sqill, their cable free illuminating coffee table, it soon became clear there was another place for their table to shine. The recurring question; “Can it go outside?” spurred the Principal Designer, David Chapman, full throttle into the development, which had been part of the Company’s future plans.

“It was no easy journey” says David, “but we knew it would be possible”. Following a stringent R&D programme, Clay Designs are proud to announce that is exactly what they can now offer - introducing Sqillé.

Apparently pronounced either ‘Sqill-ay’ or ‘Sqill-ee’ depending on your preference, Sqillé is a stunning outside light sculpture that functions as a table and an area’s statement ambient lighting.

“Creating the perfect ambience outside is equally as important as in the home” says Roxanne of Clay Designs. “Combining mesmerising aesthetics and beautiful illumination, Sqillé is designed to naturally extend your living space and welcome you out into the open air.”

Whilst the level of variety within the outdoor lighting market is increasing year on year, the range of stylish options which can provide central social lighting to areas is extremely limited. The integrated energy efficient LED lighting of Sqillé lasts around 12 hours before slowly dimming and is quick and easily recharged in-situ.

Clay Designs will be creating pop up events with Sqillé over the summer, be the first to discover the secret party dates and destinations by signing up to their newsletter at

Blacksheep / Jamie's Italian

With the upcoming London 2012 Olympics, there will inevitably be much discussion about the best places to visit and eat in London, particularly around the Olympic Park. MWW client Blacksheep has joined forces with renowned British chef Jamie Oliver to design his restaurant Jamie's Italian in Westfield, Stratford City, shopping centre, situated next to Stratford station and on route to the Olympic Park.
Blacksheep is a leading design agency specialising in the creation of exceptional branded food and beverage experiences, designing award winning restaurants, bars, hotels and spaces. Blacksheep has established a global reputation for creating outstanding hospitality environments. The agency enjoys a continuing partnership with chef Jamie Oliver, successfully rolling out the design of his Jamie’s Italian chain and Union Jacks restaurant concept.
The restaurant was designed with the Olympic games in mind. 'People visiting the Olympics will be naturally drawn to Westfields, Stratford City the key then is designing a space which offers them an unforgettable London dining experience that fits within this environment' says Blacksheep Senior Designer, Jordan Littler. 'The restaurant is an engaging environment its theatrical yet enjoyable, relaxing and above all serves wonderful, easy Italian food.’

Thursday, 19 July 2012

The ID Concept chair by Vitra awarded the FIRA Ergonomics Excellence Award

The ID chair is an office chair that can be adjusted to suit specific users, teams or situations in terms of function, comfort and aesthetics.  One single office chair model is usually not enough to satisfy all of these needs; but the ID Concept chair system provides more than 8,000 options for customisation to suit the individual user, while always remaining essentially the same chair in look and construction. 

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Case Furniture Summer Sale

Up to 70% off

Monday, 16 July 2012

Anda jaleo, jaleo…

José Manuel Ferrero has reduced the small armchair to its minimum expression. The result: a light and fluffy chair with slender oak legs.

The curved shape of the back supports an ergonomic posture and provides a pleasant and lasting seating. The slim frame is both solid and spongy thanks to the injected polyurethane.

Connection certified as Furniture Industry Sustainability Programme members

UK manufacturer of contract furniture, Connection, has received certification of its membership of the Furniture Industry Sustainability Programme (FISP); the mark of sustainable excellence within the furniture industry .

Friday, 13 July 2012


Shelf-Life: featuring Graham Ross, MD of Atmosphere
Omega Workwall is completely self-supporting and does not require any wall-fixing even when single-sided. 

You can also see a video clip of the first Omega Workwall being built in the factory back in February - it's magic!

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Two New Collections From Arper

Juno, a structured chair system, is Arper’s first chair made entirely of polypropylene through gas-assisted injection molding. Juno stands out for its wide range of solutions, which make it ideal for the home and contract sectors: available in five colors, with an open or closed backrest, it can be customized by adding armrests and thin upholstery in the chair and/or in the backrest.
Saya is a wood chair collection for the home sector, which is also suitable for contract spaces, especially in the version with chromed steel legs. Characterized by a strongly iconic and recognizable profile, it is available with a wooden finish – natural oak and teak – and in different color versions.

Friday, 29 June 2012

Montana Arrives at Nest is delighted to welcome Danish storage brand Montana to their range. Designed by Peter J. Lassen the Montana Shelving System offers a flexible, modular storage solution made up from 42 basic units, in 4 depths and available in 49 carefully considered colours/finishes.