Living Edge introduce Red Dot Design Award winners from Walter Knoll.
June 4th, 2009
Living Edge present four new products from Walter Knoll that have all received coveted Red Dot Design Awards – ‘Foster’ 510 by Foster + Partners, ‘MY chair’ by UNStudio/Ben van Berkel, ‘Gio’ by Claudio Bellini and ‘George’ by EOOS.
Made entirely from one material ‘Gio’ is the latest chair from Claudio Bellini. Its hallmark subtle curves envelope the chair homeogeneously from backrest to legs. Available with or without armrests ‘Gio’ can be individualised with leather or fabric.
The base, seat and back of this chair form a powerful composition, impressive from all angles – with its slanting, rounded and straight forms. This chair invites you to read, dream and relax.
George and George Lounge
The ‘George’ and ‘George Lounge’ by EOOS, with their soft, generous cushions, hand-sewn leather armrests and cool chrome framework, provide a timeless and elegant design. The lounge is available with or without a footstool and with a high or low backrest.
The ‘Foster 510’, design by renowned architect and Pritzker prize-winner Norman Foster, embodies minimal form and supreme comfort. Reminiscent of the classic English Club chair, the ‘Foster 510’ was launched by Walter Knoll at Milan 2009.
These Red Dot winners and other Walter Knoll products are available nationwide from Living Edge. For more details on these new products or to view the entire range visit livingedge.com.au or call 1300 132 154.
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