SACKit RETROit Lounge Dunes

Stay put with RETROit Dunes Also from SACKit is a new version of the popular RETROit casual lounge chair in cognac Dunes leather from Sorensen’s Leather. Sorensen Leather are the exclusive leather suppliers for Arne Jacobsen’s iconic Egg and Swan chairs, as well as many other classic design collections in museums, galleries and showrooms worldwide.  […]

SACK THE ORIGINAL – SACKit ® now available in Australia

SACKit ® now available in Australia from (smow) Australia SACKit® from Denmark redefines the Beanbag – RETROit Always Comfortable! The RETROit beanbag revolutionizes beanbag design. The only beanbag on the market designed with two divided compartments giving you comfortable seating, just like a recliner. Unlike a conventional beanbag, you will never have to shape it […]

Orgatec 2014: The Death of the Workstation?

October is the office furniture markets bi-annual pilgrimage to Cologne Germany for the Orgatec expo. Orgatec can be, let’s say a bit boring (in a product sense) but Cologne has some good drinking establishments to lighten the trip. We can vouch that the multilevel and in parts medieval the “Frueh”; is well worth a visit! […]

Workshopped 14: Stools, Stools, Stools!

Workshopped is an innovative Australian company who “…..nurture Australian design excellence and facilitate successful commercial relationships between designers, industry and the market, both locally and internationally.” To encourage this they have been running an annual exhibition that has now presented the work of over 300 Australian and New Zealand designers to over half-a-million people. This year as […]

Replica’s Dirty Little Secret

Replica’s Dirty Little Secret In Australia, or as I like to call it “Great Southern Land of the Knock off”, not just classic chairs but any product that might be selling well, even one from a young upcoming Australian designer, can be copied and sold under the guise of a “replica”.  It’s not only the […]

Iconic Australian Houses Part 2

Iconic Australian Houses- Iconic chairs Following on from the last post on the exhibition “Iconic Australian Houses” by Karen McCartney, we are delving inside these iconic houses and in particular looking at iconic chairs. The Rose Seidler House was Austrian Harry Seidler’s first commission ‘the most talked about house in Sydney’ when finished in 1950 […]

Nils/ Holger and Moormann

Nils Holger Moormann is now available as single pieces –well, more his furniture pieces: They present themselves on 160 pages in the new photo brochure Vol. 3 and they present themselves as well in their single components … …page through it here…