Simultaneously industrial and elegant, Jean Prouvé's 1950 Antony chair was designed, like much of his furniture, for use in the public sector, in this case, the Cité Universitaire at Antony, near Paris. Its minimalistic, curved plywood seat is available with an oak, ash, walnut, cherry or rosewood veneer – place it where its interesting profile and rear view can be appreciated as mush as its front.
The intricate Artichoke Lamp was originally designed by architect and lighting pioneer Poul Henningsen in 1958 for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today.
This beautiful lamp is now available as a modern reproduction for a fraction of the price of the original. The aptly named Artichoke Lamp is composed of a series of overlapping brushed aluminum "leaves," which reflect light from the bulb and produce soft glare-free light for the entire room.
The frame is constructed of a highly polished chromed steel. This is a premium reproduction original Artichoke Lamp produced in 1958. Choose from brushed silver or lacquered matte white finishes. This lamp comes fully-assembled but requires installation by a professional electrician. Requires a standard household lightbulb (max 100w).Available in 19" 24" 28" 31.5" sizes
The Borax makes vintage look trendy with its unit shade. This interesting piece hangs from a wire and features a long Edison bulb. Add this striking piece to the kitchen, dinette, foyer or dining room for a warm ambiance.
As they say, "less is more". The Bosonic ceiling lamp has 10 chrome-dipped 25w bulbs hung by black braided cord. In essence: just a socket, bulb and cord. UL approved.
Chunky, manly, and modern, the Butcher barstool has an adjustable stainless steel frame with a leatherette seat cushion.
The Chill makes simple look trendy with its unit shade. This interesting piece hangs from a wire. Add this striking piece to the kitchen, dinette, foyer or dining room for a warm ambiance.