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Papa Bear Chair

The Papa Bear Chair, designed by Hans Wegner, is one of the best looking reading chairs out there, but getting your hands on an original is certainly a feat in and of itself. Modernica is selling a beautiful reproduction of the original, produced entirely in their Los Angeles factory using traditional construction methods. The design team have reproduced this iconic Scandinavian design to perfection, with legs and paws constructed of solid North American walnut wood. Available in 30 different fabric choices. 



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CASE STUDY ALPINE BED | Image

CASE STUDY ALPINE BED

Made entirely of multi-ply bent laminated wood, the Case Study Alpine Series Bed is all about curves. Reminiscent of a mid century design, the bed features simple and fluid lines making it an instant classic.  The Alpine Bed was inspired by the traditional craftsmanship of vintage-sporting equipment; such as bentwood tennis rackets, wooden skis and even a wooden kayak....
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PORTAGE BAY HOUSE

Developed by Heliotrope Architects, this stunning loft-like house was designed for a bachelor who values privacy. It sits on the waterfront in Seattle, Washington, and is fronted by an unassuming entryway marked only by a garage and wood front door. Protective shells of zinc and aluminum on the exterior echo the maritime industrial sheds littered throughout Seattle, whilst floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light and offer a pristine view of Portage B...
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GARDEN HOUSE | TOKYO

This breathtaking work of architecture was named the House and Garden building, it is in Tokyo and was designed by visionary Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The building is an unusual sight in Tokyo and believe it or not, it is a private residence! The house has no facade and no interior walls, instead, there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of plants that define boundaries between spaces. The four-story house is only 26ft x 13ft ...
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