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Category Archives: Designers

Polder [Pohl-der]: Noun 1. A tract of low-lying land reclaimed from the sea or a river and protected by dykes, especially in the Netherlands. The Polder Sofa with its broad, flat seat and arm surfaces evoking these particular stretches of … Continue reading

Poul Henningsen – born in 1894 in Ordrup, Denmark – trained as an architect between 1911 and 1917 but he never qualified, preferring instead to be an inventor and painter. He is best known of course for his work in … Continue reading

Visitors are instructed to ‘Entrez Lentement’ (enter slowly) by a stencilled command on the entrance hall wall. This long-awaited experience is really not something anyone is going to want to rush. The entire staff of Aram Designs were recently treated … Continue reading

Serif TV – Best Domestic Design winner at the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2016 – is now on display at Aram Store. A flat-screen TV in an I-shaped frame, it was designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Samsung in collaboration … Continue reading

Aram’s long association with modern Danish design stretches back to the 1980s when a friendship was forged between Zeev Aram and the founder of Montana Furniture, Peter J. Lassen. Their relationship has endured and Aram has always maintained a wide … Continue reading

Within his handwritten notes for a speech he gave at U.C.L.A. in 1949, Charles Eames scribbled down ‘design is a full time job’, a philosophy which will clearly be defined for all who visit a new exhibition – The World … Continue reading

I know that statement sounds a little like the title of a fantasy novel but it does in fact describe a cultural institution that has been annually coveted by the design conscious for almost 50 years. The Milanese graphic and … Continue reading

UPDATE: for ONE weekend ONLY – 27-28 November 2015 – the CH24 Wishbone chair is included in this offer, in these selected finishes: natural oiled oak, white oiled oak, soaped oak, oiled beech, soaped beech, oiled walnut, oak painted black, … Continue reading

At this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, Cassina presented a new collection – designed by Jaime Hayon – of objects inspired by both the organic shapes of Le Corbusier’s architecture and by his artwork for the Pavilion l’Esprit Nouveau. … Continue reading

“La Roche, someone who has a fine collection like yours needs to build a house worthy of it.” – Le Corbusier During a recent jaunt to Paris, I paid a visit to Maison La Roche; the first of a series … Continue reading