A new range by British designers Fredrikson Stallard for American company, Bernhardt Design. The ’Hyde’ chair is the designers’ first foray into production furniture.
April 23rd, 2009
For more info on Fredrikson Stallard’s Milan presence visit fredriksonstallard.com.
Images by Marcus Piper and Christey Johansson of studio one8one7
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