Show off your curves

Curvaceous fittings and furniture from Houses 86.

Showtime outdoor chairs

BD Barcelona Design’s Showtime collection is inspired by classic MGM musicals. The outdoor chairs feature organic forms constructed in plastic.

Barcelona bath

Echoing the Catalan capital’s emphasis on organic forms, this double-ended bath is hand-finished in white QuarryCast.

Love Seat

This reworking of the original Ercol Love Seat features a blast of colour applied in an ombre effect. Graduating out to the natural wood finish, the chair is a bold aesthetic statement.


From the new Créations Métaphores collection, Dandy is a small jacquard inspired by men’s clothing motifs. It is available in ten complementary or contrasting colour combinations.

Stool ML50

Designed by Mogens Lassen in 1950, this iconic Danish piece is now available for contemporary homes. ML50 comes in three sizes in either mahogany or fibreglass.

Nivis sink

Shiro Studio for Agape’s white sink recalls falling snow. It is available in wall-mounted, pedestal or surface-mounted versions.

Siemens ovens

Additional features have been added to this new range including improved screen resolution, HotAir Eco technology, telescopic rails and softClose doors.

FAB28 refrigerator

This retro design has been released in a rich chocolate with golden brass accents.

Triangle rug

Part of the Geometric range, these graphic rugs are ethically manufactered and available in twenty-three colour combinations.

Mini Stacked shelves.

Mini Stacked shelves.

Mini Stacked shelves

A smaller version of Muuto’s Stacked is now available in white or smoked ash.

Pond table

Featuring a wooden base and lacquer finish, this elegant occasional table is designed by Francesc Rife.

Lit Flavigny day bed

From a collaboration between Vitra and Dutch fashion house G-Star, this day bed reinterprets a 1945 Prouvé design.

He Said She Said chairs

Designed by Studio Nitzan Cohen for the Mattiazzi range, these graceful solid wood chairs come in white lacquered beech, black aniline beech or natural ash.

Kub table

Designed by Nendo for Moroso, the Kub tables reflect the patterns of bark and shapes of tree stumps. Constructed in varnished metal, the tables come in two colour and size options.



Published online: 8 Aug 2012


Houses, June 2012

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