The minimalist Sheru armchAIR achieves high levels of comfort through the use of few, well considered, components.
The cutting-edge chAIR technology implemented in the seat design results in a buoyant, supportive, and airy sitting experience.
The members of EOOS, Martin Bergmann, Gernot Bohmann, and Harald Gründl, were inspired to name themselves after one of the four horses that pulled the chariot of Helios, the sun god, in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
The term "poetic analysis" is used to define their method. A method for drawing inspiration from ancient rituals, stories, and visual traditions.
EOOS investigate the significance of human rituals in order to pose questions about design and offer their own interpretations. More than 130 design accolades, including the prestigious Compasso d'Oro, have been awarded to the team for their efforts so far.
These three Austrian designers became friends while attending Vienna's University of Applied Arts. They are still city-based now, with their designs taking them anywhere from Milan to Toronto to New York to Herrenberg.
In the 1930s Spindizzies or Tether Cars were miniature racecars built by hobbyists which drove around banked wooden tracks at speeds approaching 150 miles per hour. Incredibly detailed and aerodynamic,...
Technically skilled enthusiasts of the 1930s loved to race the legendary B.B. Korn cars around the club tracks. Called tether cars or spindizzies, they reached incredible speeds, and inspired thousands...
In honor of the Compasso d'Oro's tenth anniversary, Ptolomeo has been outfitted with warm white LED lighting to highlight the furniture's volumes and create a more luxurious atmosphere. Ptolomeo Luce...