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    &tradition Bellevue AJ7 black steel

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    BELLEVUE AJ7
    BY ARNE JACOBSEN
    1929

    With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp.
    The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass. –

    Dimensions (cm/in) Base: Ø: 27.3cm/10.7in. Lamp: D: 60cm/23.6in, H: 130cm/51.2in

    kr 6.395,00 kr 4.795,00
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    &tradition Bellevue AJ8 black steel

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    BELLEVUE AJ8
    BY ARNE JACOBSEN
    1929

    With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp.
    The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass.

    Base ø 17,5cm
    Lamp d 42cm

    kr 4.475,00 kr 3.395,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 dark green

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 deep red

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 grey beige

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 matt white

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 matte black

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
  • &tradition Flowerpot VP2 mustard

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    FLOWERPOT VP2
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1971

    The Flower Power movement was all about peace, love and harmony, driven by a generation who questioned rigid values in favour of personal freedom. Amidst missions to the moon and alternative lifestyles emerged a fascination with the future. Verner Panton captured the spirit of this era with his Flowerpot lamps. Two semi-circular spheres facing each other became the signature style for a series of lamps that went on to decorate private homes, interiors and exhibitions around the world. In a variety of psychedelic colours, patterns and combinations that became emblematic of the Flower Power movement. Panton was a pioneer in his avant-garde approach to geometric designs, vivid colours and immersive interiors. We’re pleased to keep his legacy alive with lamps that honour his vision of the future – in the present.

    Materials Lacquered aluminium with 3 meter fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/19.7in, H: 36cm/14.2in


    kr 5.115,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 grey beige

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.


    kr 2.555,00 kr 1.995,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 matt black

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.


    kr 2.555,00 kr 1.995,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 matt white

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.


    kr 2.555,00 kr 1.995,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 mustard

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.


    kr 2.555,00 kr 1.995,00
  • &tradition Formakami JH3 by Jaime Hayon

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    FORMAKAMI JH3

    BY JAIME HAYON
    2015

    “In typical Jaime Hayon style, these Paper Lanterns challenge convention,” notes &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Seen in an ultra light pendant lamp of rice paper, echoing ancient lanterns from Asia – reinvented in a modern aesthetic.”

    Dating back centuries, paper lanterns have featured in Asia amongst the privileged and the poor, where different colours, shapes and sizes connote different meanings. Here Hayon has dispensed with cultural formalities to create a series of lanterns all in white. Hand crafted with rice paper merging various sizes and shapes together.

    “Lamps play such an important role in people’s lives,” explains Hayon. “For some cultures, they chase away the darkness by bringing hope. I’ve tried to keep this emotional angle about light – in a lamp that also appears light. By making the bottom part of the lamp open, the idea is to bring even more illumination to people everywhere in the world.”

    The Paper Lantern series is comprised of three different versions in ivory white rice paper with black stained oak accents in sizes from 46 cm in diameter to 70 cm. Each weighing only 1 kilo, they hang delicately in any indoor setting. Living proof that when East and West meet, the past becomes the present in a poetic expression of both.

    Category Lighting
    Materials Ivory white paper, black stained oak, 4 meter black fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 45cm/ 17.7 in, H: 65cm/ 25.6 in
    Colours Ivory white paper with black stained oak.
    Technical specs E27 2 x Max 60 Watt / 220-240V – 50Hz. The luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy Energi effeciency class classes: A++ – E Bulb is not included.
    Weight (kg) 1.00kg
    Production Handmade rice paper pendant.
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Pendants
    kr 1.785,00
  • &tradition Formakami JH4 by Jaime Hayon

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    FORMAKAMI JH4

    BY JAIME HAYON
    2015

    “In typical Jaime Hayon style, these Paper Lanterns challenge convention,” notes &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Seen in an ultra light pendant lamp of rice paper, echoing ancient lanterns from Asia – reinvented in a modern aesthetic.”

    Dating back centuries, paper lanterns have featured in Asia amongst the privileged and the poor, where different colours, shapes and sizes connote different meanings. Here Hayon has dispensed with cultural formalities to create a series of lanterns all in white. Hand crafted with rice paper merging various sizes and shapes together.

    “Lamps play such an important role in people’s lives,” explains Hayon. “For some cultures, they chase away the darkness by bringing hope. I’ve tried to keep this emotional angle about light – in a lamp that also appears light. By making the bottom part of the lamp open, the idea is to bring even more illumination to people everywhere in the world.”

    The Paper Lantern series is comprised of three different versions in ivory white rice paper with black stained oak accents in sizes from 46 cm in diameter to 70 cm. Each weighing only 1 kilo, they hang delicately in any indoor setting. Living proof that when East and West meet, the past becomes the present in a poetic expression of both.

    Category Lighting
    Materials Ivory white paper, black stained oak, 4 meter black fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/ 19.7 in, H: 48cm/ 18.9 in
    Colours Ivory white paper with black stained oak.
    Technical specs E27 2 x Max 60 Watt / 220-240V – 50Hz. / 12 Watt CFL
    Weight (kg) 1.00kg
    Production Handmade rice paper pendant.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 1.660,00
  • &tradition Formakami JH5 by Jaime Hayon

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    FORMAKAMI JH5

    BY JAIME HAYON
    2015

    “In typical Jaime Hayon style, these Paper Lanterns challenge convention,” notes &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Seen in an ultra light pendant lamp of rice paper, echoing ancient lanterns from Asia – reinvented in a modern aesthetic.”

    Dating back centuries, paper lanterns have featured in Asia amongst the privileged and the poor, where different colours, shapes and sizes connote different meanings. Here Hayon has dispensed with cultural formalities to create a series of lanterns all in white. Hand crafted with rice paper merging various sizes and shapes together.

    “Lamps play such an important role in people’s lives,” explains Hayon. “For some cultures, they chase away the darkness by bringing hope. I’ve tried to keep this emotional angle about light – in a lamp that also appears light. By making the bottom part of the lamp open, the idea is to bring even more illumination to people everywhere in the world.”

    The Paper Lantern series is comprised of three different versions in ivory white rice paper with black stained oak accents in sizes from 46 cm in diameter to 70 cm. Each weighing only 1 kilo, they hang delicately in any indoor setting. Living proof that when East and West meet, the past becomes the present in a poetic expression of both.

    Category Lighting
    Materials Ivory white paper, black stained oak, 4 meter black fabric cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 70cm/ 27.6 in, H: 67cm/ 26.4 in.
    Colours Ivory white paper with black stained oak.
    Technical specs E27 2 x Max 60 Watt / 220-240V – 50Hz. / 12 Watt CFL
    Weight (kg) 1.00kg
    Production Handmade rice paper pendant.
    kr 2.040,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW1 by Samuel Wilkinson black lacquered oak

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    HOOF SW1

    ÔThe main inspiration for Samuel WilkinsonÕs Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ÔhoofÕ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of WilkinsonÕs design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    50cm / 90cm

    kr 3.450,00 kr 2.795,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW1 by Samuel Wilkinson smoked oak

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    HOOF SW1

    ÔThe main inspiration for Samuel WilkinsonÕs Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ÔhoofÕ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of WilkinsonÕs design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    50cm / 90cm

    kr 3.450,00 kr 2.795,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW1 by Samuel Wilkinson white oiled oak

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    HOOF SW1

    ÔThe main inspiration for Samuel WilkinsonÕs Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ÔhoofÕ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of WilkinsonÕs design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    50cm / 90cm

    kr 3.450,00 kr 2.795,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW2 by Samuel Wilkinson black lacquered oak

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    HOOF SW2

    ‘The main inspiration for Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ‘hoof’ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of Wilkinson’s design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    Ø: 90cm/35.4in x H: 40cm/15.7in.

    kr 5.115,00 kr 3.995,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW2 by Samuel Wilkinson smoked oak

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    HOOF SW2

    ‘The main inspiration for Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ‘hoof’ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of Wilkinson’s design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    Ø: 90cm/35.4in x H: 40cm/15.7in.

    kr 5.115,00 kr 3.995,00
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    &tradition Hoof table SW2 by Samuel Wilkinson white oiled oak

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    HOOF SW2

    ‘The main inspiration for Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table derives from the feet which are sharpened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ‘hoof’ originates from the protective part of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of Hoof are left in natural wood to avoid the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning. The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. Hoof stands out by being painted first and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain. The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom. This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood. & much of Wilkinson’s design carry references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the scenery.

    Ø: 90cm/35.4in x H: 40cm/15.7in.

    kr 5.115,00 kr 3.995,00
  • &tradition In between chair SK1 black stained ash

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    IN BETWEEN SK1

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2013

    The interplay between positive and negative space is central to in Between, Sami Kallio’s chair design for &tradition. Its back and side panels provide
a concrete shape and support, but forms are created equally by the gaps in between them. Kallio’s expertise in traditional woodworking craftsmanship is evident in the chair. In Between is produced using two classical techniques; compression molding (making it light and thin, yet strong) and woodturning (a technique that uses a lathe to achieve greater detail). Sami Kallio, with his solid grounding in the traditional woodworking techniques of Scandinavia and his eye for ingenious detail, has proven to be the ideal candidate to design the first wooden chair in &tradition’s stable. The upholstered seat is the perfect addition to the wooden chair: it embraces modern lifestyles and long, cosy dinners around the dining table, without compromising the chair’s light and elegant expression.

     

    Materials Solid wood and formpressed veneer.
The chair also comes with a full upholstered seat.
    Dimensions (cm/in) H: 77cm/30.3in, W: 58cm/22.8in, D: 54cm/21.2in. Armrest height: 70cm/27.6in. Seating height: 45cm/17.7in.
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained ash (RAL 9005).
    Weight (kg) 10.00 kg.
    Production The legs and the armrest are turned from solid oak or ash and the seat and side panels are formpressed from oak or ash veneer.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 3.395,00
  • &tradition In between chair SK1 smoked oiled oak

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    IN BETWEEN SK1

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2013

    The interplay between positive and negative space is central to in Between, Sami Kallio’s chair design for &tradition. Its back and side panels provide
a concrete shape and support, but forms are created equally by the gaps in between them. Kallio’s expertise in traditional woodworking craftsmanship is evident in the chair. In Between is produced using two classical techniques; compression molding (making it light and thin, yet strong) and woodturning (a technique that uses a lathe to achieve greater detail). Sami Kallio, with his solid grounding in the traditional woodworking techniques of Scandinavia and his eye for ingenious detail, has proven to be the ideal candidate to design the first wooden chair in &tradition’s stable. The upholstered seat is the perfect addition to the wooden chair: it embraces modern lifestyles and long, cosy dinners around the dining table, without compromising the chair’s light and elegant expression.

     

    Materials Solid wood and formpressed veneer.
The chair also comes with a full upholstered seat.
    Dimensions (cm/in) H: 77cm/30.3in, W: 58cm/22.8in, D: 54cm/21.2in. Armrest height: 70cm/27.6in. Seating height: 45cm/17.7in.
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained ash (RAL 9005).
    Weight (kg) 10.00 kg.
    Production The legs and the armrest are turned from solid oak or ash and the seat and side panels are formpressed from oak or ash veneer.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 3.395,00
  • &tradition In between chair SK1 white oak

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    IN BETWEEN SK1

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2013

    The interplay between positive and negative space is central to in Between, Sami Kallio’s chair design for &tradition. Its back and side panels provide
a concrete shape and support, but forms are created equally by the gaps in between them. Kallio’s expertise in traditional woodworking craftsmanship is evident in the chair. In Between is produced using two classical techniques; compression molding (making it light and thin, yet strong) and woodturning (a technique that uses a lathe to achieve greater detail). Sami Kallio, with his solid grounding in the traditional woodworking techniques of Scandinavia and his eye for ingenious detail, has proven to be the ideal candidate to design the first wooden chair in &tradition’s stable. The upholstered seat is the perfect addition to the wooden chair: it embraces modern lifestyles and long, cosy dinners around the dining table, without compromising the chair’s light and elegant expression.

     

    Materials Solid wood and formpressed veneer.
The chair also comes with a full upholstered seat.
    Dimensions (cm/in) H: 77cm/30.3in, W: 58cm/22.8in, D: 54cm/21.2in. Armrest height: 70cm/27.6in. Seating height: 45cm/17.7in.
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained ash (RAL 9005).
    Weight (kg) 10.00 kg.
    Production The legs and the armrest are turned from solid oak or ash and the seat and side panels are formpressed from oak or ash veneer.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 3.395,00