• Don Table - Ondarreta

    Don Table - Ondarreta

    A steel-structure table that bursts into the space, filling it with industrial airs. It may be combined with tabletops made of different woods, laminates or porcelains. With a fixed or extendable design, the Don table is a blend of its own identity, full of strength, creating radically different spaces.
    DESIGNED BY Nadia Arratibel

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  • Loafer - &tradition

    Loafer - &tradition

    True to its name, the Loafer sofa offers the utmost in comfort, expertly crafted to ensure a solid construction, plush upholstery and detailed stitching. An addition to the Loafer lounge and dining chairs designed for &Tradition by Space Copenhagen, the perfectly proportioned Loafer sofa is available in two- and three-seater versions in a range of textiles and colours. Indulge in the experience of lounging – a luxury...

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  • Silu - Ondarreta

    Silu - Ondarreta

    A fusion of traditional wood bending techniques and traditional know-how with the most contemporary design. In the Silu table, the designer showcases the union between the leg and the tabletop. Inspired by architectural shapes, the leg curves to meet the solid tabletop.

    THE DESIGNER

    Ben van Berkel / UNStudio

    UNStudio is a Dutch office specialized in architecture, urban development and infrastructural projects. The studio was founded...

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  • Aura Collection - Treku

    Aura Collection - Treku

    The Aura collection has been conceived mainly for sideboards and furniture for living rooms and dining rooms. Its design is inspired by the past and under the influence of the design culture of the Nordic countries, which know how to combine tradition and naturalness with large doses of modernity. The result: a collection full of memories that gives off a very modern aura. The metal and wood legs designed...

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  • Little Petra - &tradition

    Little Petra - &tradition

    Initially introduced back in 1938, Little Petra won instant praise at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition, subsequently winning awards at exhibits in New York and Berlin. It’s one of just a few designs by architect Viggo Boesen, who became associated with Denmark’s signature design aesthetic in the 1930s called funkis style. Distinguished by a softer, more abundant, organic aesthetic that challenged the minimalistic approach of Bauhaus.

    Named after Boesen’s mother-in-law, Little Petra...

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