The original aluminium "Navy" 1006 chair was designed to be used on submarines in 1944 by Emeco. New designs include the "Broom" by Phillippe Stark, "Soso" by Jean Nouvel and "Parrish" by Konstantin Grcic.
Genuine European bentwood cafe chairs & barstools for commercial hospitality projects and residential dining areas. For a truly classic cafe, restaurant, bar or private interior that never goes out of style you simply cannot go past this collection!
Designed by Norwegian Ingmar Relling in the 1960's, the Siesta Chair is responsible for strengthening the superb aesthetics and ethos of the Scandinavian design movement.
Spanish indoor & outdoor furniture including chairs, barstools & tables for hospitality, education, public areas, commercial conference, workspace and domestic interiors.
Green’s fundamental concepts stem from the philosophy of good design for everyone. An affordable Italian chair collection suitable for residential and commercial interiors.
Custom made lounge seating including leather sofas, arm chairs and ottomans suitable for residential & commercial applications. Featuring the classic "Longreach" sofa by Australian architect & designer Neil Burley.
NZ designed and manufactured soft seating and custom-made joinery. Includes lounge and dining seating , tables and timber joinery suitable for hotel, airport, office & commercial applications, as well as residential interiors.
Contemporary Italian indoor & outdoor furniture. Cafe chairs & bar stools for hospitality, education, healthcare, foodhall, breakout, training, conference & residential dining areas.
Classic 20th century Scandinavian furniture collection by Finish architect Alvar Aalto. Includes the "60 stool", "400 chair", and "406 arm chair" all suitable for commercial & residential environments.
Tomahawk's Campfire Table designed by Tomek Archer has won several Australian design awards.
Contemporary Italian design with over 40 years of manufacturing history, Alma Design offers beautifully refined furniture for commercial and residential interiors.
The Aalto vase dates back to 1936 and was first presented at the Paris World Fair the following year. Its fluid, organic form is still mouth blown today at the Iittala factory.