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Design Within Reach Mirror Throw
Design Within Reach Mirror Throw

DWR Exclusive Verner Panton studied at the renowned Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Upon finishing his schooling, he apprenticed at Arne Jacobsens architectural practice before establishing his own design studio in 1955. Although Panton was influenced by Jacobsens organic modern approach, he first established himself at the forefront of the avant-garde with furniture based on geometric forms and use of strong colors. Panton is regarded today as a major contributor to the development of modern design in the second half of the 20th century. The Mirror Throw (1973) is one of his most iconic graphic designs, originally conceived for the famous Visiona II fantasy environment that he created for the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970. This plush merino wool throw features Verpans trademark geometric shapes in two hues that play off each other. Made in Lithuania. Materials: 100% merino wool. Measurements:L 75" W 51"

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Design Within Reach Costura Sofa
Design Within Reach Costura Sofa

DWR Exclusive With his Costura Sofa Collection (2015), Jon Gasca wanted to bring back the practice of working with artisans, and celebrate the noble traditions of the small ateliers were surrounded by in San Sebastin, he says. The stunning result is a collection that combines slim frames and tailored lines with plush back cushions shaped to provide lumbar support and a roomy seat that invites serious lounging. My grandmother was a tailor for the fashion house Balenciaga, says the designer. I wanted to use all the tailoring techniques I learned from her and bring them into the future. The collections name means sewing or couture in English. Like choices? You can align the legs to be straight or diagonal. Made in Spain; upholstered in Italian fabric. Materials: Molded plywood frame with Dacron® wrap; belt suspension; foam seat cushions; feather-filled back pillows; painted aluminum legs. Linen Weave: 51% viscose, 28% cotton, 21% flax. Bouclé: 67% cotton, 18% wool, 15% polyamide. Ducale Wool: 78% wool, 9% linen, 8% alpaca, 5% nylon. Pebble Weave: 42% viscose, 38% cotton, 14% acrylic, 6% polyester. Measurements:H 33.5" W 85" D 35.5" Seat H 17"

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Design Within Reach Bold Rug
Design Within Reach Bold Rug

Material research primarily determines all of Jongerius designs. Her vast portfolio includes single pieces exhibited at galleries, mass-produced products sold at retail stores, design of airliner interiors and even the redesign of the North Delegates Lounge at the UN Headquarters in New York. Jongerius was just beginning her career when she was approached by Maharam and invited to work on a project for their 100th anniversary. Maharam now produces 29 different Jongerius textiles, many of which are in the permanent collections at the Art Institute Chicago, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and MoMA. In addition to conceiving textiles for Maharam, Jongerius creates innovative works for clients of her own company, Jongeriuslab, and serves as the design director at Danskina, a Kvadrat Maharam company for which she dreams up rugs. She has a very clear idea of what makes a successful rug: There are three components that have to make music together: interesting yarns, great construction and the right technique to give the pattern dazzling oxygen. Her Bold Rug (2014) features manually and mechanically spun yarns, resulting in a deeply irregular heavy texture. It strategically employs color to divide its surface, with a body that has two main hues in a 2-1 ratio and an accent hue that demarcates where the fringe begins. Made in India. Materials: 100% wool Measurements:5x7: L 7' W 5' Pile 0.5" 6x9: L 9' W 6' Pile 0.5" 8x10: L 10' W 8' Pile 0.5"

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Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Trees
Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Trees

DWR Exclusive Material research primarily determines all of Jongerius designs. Her vast portfolio includes single pieces exhibited at galleries, mass-produced products sold at retail stores, design of airliner interiors and even the redesign of the North Delegates Lounge at the UN Headquarters in New York. Jongerius was just beginning her career when she was approached by Maharam and invited to work on a project for their 100th anniversary. Maharam now produces 29 different Jongerius textiles, many of which are in the permanent collections at the Art Institute Chicago, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and MoMA. Trees (2013) is a celebration of Jongerius dynamic material and color pairings, with metallic nylon and earthy wool combining to create depth and textural contrast to great effect. Rendered as a mass of hatch marks, it brings movement to the textile surface and charts seasonal transitions through its palette. Made in U.S.A. Materials: Fabric pillowcase (55% cotton, 28% nylon, 17% wool); cotton ticking; feather filling. Measurements:L 17" W 17" L 26" W 18"

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Design Within Reach Georg Table Mirror
Design Within Reach Georg Table Mirror

The Georg Collection (2013) is the work of Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, a Nordic designer who studied in Sweden and Denmark. Operating from her studio in Copenhagen, Halstrøm takes a minimalist approach to maximizing functionality. Her Georg Mirror can be moved on a whim, which helps ensure that youll always see yourself in the best light. Hang personal belongings from the side poles, if desired. Made in Denmark. Materials: Oak side poles; mirrored glass. Measurements:H 21.75" W 14" D 1.25"

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Design Within Reach Loom Throw
Design Within Reach Loom Throw

A renowned Swedish textile artist and designer based in Stockholm, Simon Key Bertman studied at the Konstfack School of Design and the Royal Institute of Art, graduating in 2011. Bertman has garnered attention for his groundbreaking work with patterns, textures and colors, drawing inspiration from Swedish expressionist painter Isaac Grünewald. I am fascinated by playing with form and color to come up with a dynamic geometric pattern, says the designer. That fascination is apparent in his Loom Throw (2014), which features a systematic pattern that at once is perfectly ordered yet can appear a bit random. Handmade from the softest cotton, Loom features a light and airy structure, with a color composition that changes depending on how you fold it. Machine washable. Made in India. Materials: 100% cotton. Measurements:L 71" W 51.25"

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Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Repeat Classic Houndstooth
Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Repeat Classic Houndstooth

DWR Exclusive Material research primarily determines all of Jongerius designs. Her vast portfolio includes single pieces exhibited at galleries, mass-produced products sold at retail stores, design of airliner interiors and even the redesign of the North Delegates Lounge at the UN Headquarters in New York. Jongerius was just beginning her career when she was approached by Maharam and invited to work on a project for their 100th anniversary. Maharam now produces 29 different Jongerius textiles, many of which are in the permanent collections at the Art Institute Chicago, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and MoMA. Repeat Classic Houndstooth (2002) plays on the concept of random order as fabric meets furniture with a predictable yet uncertain result. This textile is a nod toward classic menswear textiles but enlarged to an exaggerated scale. Made in U.S.A. Materials: Fabric pillowcase (40% rayon, 35% cotton, 25% polyester); cotton ticking; feather filling. Measurements:L 21" W 11" L 17" W 17" L 26" W 18"

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Design Within Reach Axis Pillow
Design Within Reach Axis Pillow

DWR Exclusive After graduating from the Royal College of Art and Design in London, textile designer Tamasyn Gambell headed to Paris, where she mastered her trade at couture houses such as Sonia Rykiel and Louis Vuitton. In 2007 she relocated to Stockholm to explore the opposite end of the spectrum as a print designer for H&M, launching her own company a year later. A true contemporary modernist, Gambell believes that good design and green design go hand in hand. I use the most eco-friendly materials and processes, she says, as I believe that designers have a responsibility to the environment and that being green does not have to compromise style or quality. In creating her Axis Pillow (2012), Gambell was inspired by the colors and energy of tribal textiles and the shapes and simplicity of iconic Bauhaus design. The result is a collection of throw pillows that defy the whims of fashion. The fabric is sourced from a mill in Italy and printed by Gambell and her team in South London. Made in the U.K. Pillows exhibit variances from one to the next since theyre individually cut from fabric with a repeating pattern, making each one unique. Materials: Irish linen; water-based pigments; invisible zipper; 90% goose feather, 10% goose down filling; 230 cotton ticking lining. Measurements:Small: L 18" W 13" Medium: L 20" W 20"

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Design Within Reach Vas-One 4-Ft Tall Planter
Design Within Reach Vas-One 4-Ft Tall Planter

Modern design for the garden is here with a collection of overscaled planters. Made from roto-molded, recyclable polyethylene that is weather and UV resistant, not to mention virtually unbreakable, Vas-One (2002) planters are an eye-catching and functional design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. Luisa Bocchietto's immense Vas-One stands almost four feet tall and makes a striking impression for large spaces like gardens, lobbies or entranceways. Made in Italy. Materials: Recyclable polyethylene. Measurements:H 47.25" Diameter 51.25" Base Diameter 27.75" Capacity 190 gal.

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Design Within Reach Abstract Pillow
Design Within Reach Abstract Pillow

DWR Exclusive After graduating from the Royal College of Art and Design in London, textile designer Tamasyn Gambell headed to Paris, where she mastered her trade at couture houses such as Sonia Rykiel and Louis Vuitton. In 2007 she relocated to Stockholm to explore the opposite end of the spectrum as a print designer for H&M, launching her own company a year later. A true contemporary modernist, Gambell believes that good design and green design go hand in hand. I use the most eco-friendly materials and processes, she says, as I believe that designers have a responsibility to the environment and that being green does not have to compromise style or quality. In creating her Abstract Pillow (2012), Gambell was inspired by the colors and energy of tribal textiles and the shapes and simplicity of iconic Bauhaus design. The result is a collection of throw pillows that defy the whims of fashion. The fabric is sourced from a mill in Italy and printed by Gambell and her team in South London. Made in the U.K. Pillows exhibit variances from one to the next since theyre individually cut from fabric with a repeating pattern, making each one unique. Materials: Irish linen; water-based pigments; invisible zipper; 90% goose feather, 10% goose down filling; 230 cotton ticking lining. Measurements:Small: L 18" W 13" Medium: L 20" W 20" Large: L 24" W 16"

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Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Arabesque
Design Within Reach Maharam Pillow in Arabesque

DWR Exclusive Trained as an architect but proficient in nearly all design disciplines, Alexander Girard had a profound impact on 20th-century visual culture. Shortly after being introduced to Herman Miller by Charles Eames and George Nelson in 1952, Girard became the textile divisions founding director of design, a position he held for the next 21 years. He designed over 300 textiles during his tenure there, all the while benefiting from the freedom to explore wildly different approaches to fabric production, yarn content, pattern, texture, color and mood. Staggering not only in its sheer volume but also in its stunning creativity, his body of work remains relevant to this day. Maharam has reissued a total of 20 Girard patterns to date as part of its Textiles of the 20th CenturyTM series, dedicated to faithfully reissuing the textiles of great multidisciplinary designers of the past – from Anni Albers and Charles and Ray Eames to Josef Hoffmann, Verner Panton and Gio Ponti. Girard conceived Arabesque (1954) in just his third year at Herman Miller. Its characterized by offset weft striping and ribbons of geometric motifs, with a basket weave that adds rustic texture to the background and a dense weft satin that gives the details an embroidered feel. Fabric made in U.S.A. Materials: Fabric pillowcase (44% cotton, 28% nylon, 28% wool); cotton ticking; feather filling. Measurements:L 21" W 11" L 17" W 17" L 26" W 18"

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Design Within Reach Mohair Throw
Design Within Reach Mohair Throw

DWR Exclusive Wrap yourself in this luxuriously soft Mohair Throw and you'll understand why mohair, which is made from the hair of the Angora goat, has been prized since the 1500s. As warm as a hug, the high-quality mohair fibers are naturally durable and breathable. Mohair's inherent strength and flexibility has led to its use in a wide range of applications since Angora goats were brought to the West in the mid-1800s – from blankets and scarves to train seats and cowboy's chaps. Using all-natural vegetable dyes and only natural fibers, our 100% brushed Mohair Throw was woven at a mill in County Wicklow, Ireland, which has been manufacturing tweeds and blankets since 1723. Made in Ireland. Materials: 70% mohair; 30% pure wool Measurements:L 72" W 57"

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