Alleegasse sofa by Josef Hoffmann

Alleegasse sofa by Josef Hoffmann reedited by Wittmann

In 1912, Josef Hoffmann designed the “Alleegasse” upholstery group especially for Dr. Hugo Koller, who had a city apartment in Vienna at the time. Franz Wittmann now offers these classics in his edition Hoffmann as original replicas. The balance between strict overall shape and soft curves invites you to relax and attentive art pleasure alike. Due to the noble cover of cotton veley, leather or the original strip fabric, the quiet design is still underlined. The cords in contrast colors accentuates the balanced lines of the furniture.

Dikkert van Dykmeyer


It is very possible I’m trying to source this chair for my own house, The Dikkert (i.e. fat one) from Dykmeyer, a subsidiary of the Machinekamer, two companies who are re issuing Belgian steel rod chair manufacturer’s Tubax chairs.


Lawless Sofa by Evan Fay

Lawless Sofa by Evan Fay via 1st Dibs

Evan Faye:

I’ve been focusing on intuitive construction methods and spontaneous form building with industrial materials to make furniture. My aim is to rhythmically grow each piece to realize a liminal position between metaphor and utility. The forms pursue beauty within chaos while expressing an honest craft on obvious construction to reimagine seating objects that discover a poetic moment in design.

Moss Sofa by Pavel Vetrov

I found the Moss Sofa by Pavel Vetrov for Artu at BED

Artu is a furniture brand that was established in Russia in 2015. The general Artu’s concept is to create a modern and unique furniture for the HoReCa segment and offices.

Annually our engineers alongside the industrial designers create new models of chairs, tables and sofas and especially focus on ergonomic features of the product as well as esthetic

Pavel is a Graduate designer specialized in furniture and interior design with almost a decade of professional experience, including commissioned projects from famous brands such as Lexus, Temahome, TwoSix, Zegen and many more. Among 70 awards in design he has amassed throughout his career is the Red Dot Award, German Design Award. His work has been shown, mentioned and analyzed in the most important magazines around the world, including Forbes, Elle, Vogue, Le Figaro, among others, and he is an assiduous participant of all European design shows, namely Imm Cologne, Salone del Mobile Milano, London Design Fair and Paris Design Week.

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