Renowned for their stylistic purity and respect for materials, Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq created functional furniture in great numbers throughout the 1950’s and 60’s.
Shown here (from top):
Multifunctional furniture, 1958-59 — TV, record-player and bar.
Cabinet, 1962 — mahogany, white formica, chromed steel legs.
Bureau, 1960 — palissander wood, aluminium and glass.
Limited edition Fred Deakin 7″ vinyl release of Trip Out the Rider, with beautiful packaging designed by Airside and made by Think Tank.
A clever combination of die-cut holes, hand screen-printing and foil embossing on the snugly fitting inner sleeve, gives the impression that there are several layers of card in the pack, with the centre hole of the record itself providing one of the layers.
Nicely distressed denim shirt from NANO・UNIVERSE.
The aptly named, Fine Chair, by Olle Gustafsson was “developed around the Japanese word ‘ma’ which deals with void, time and space.” Produced in two versions, one in ash and one in alder, the tips of the legs on the ash chair are clad with leather, and the alder chair in rubber.
Rocker is a pared-down rocking horse, designed for German brand Richard Lampert by London studio Doshi Levien.
Photo by Joe Schmelzer via desire to inspire.
I was stumped when it came to identifying the beautiful dining chairs in the above photo. It turns out they are Eames Plywood Group DCM (Dining Chair Metal) chairs. Looks like I don’t know my Eames as well as I should.
Thanks to Daniel for clearing that up for me via twitter and to everybody else who responded to me via comments. Feel free to claim your ‘Eames Furniture Spotting’ scout badge (below) and wear it with pride.
EAMES FURNITURE SPOTTING SCOUT BADGE
That has got to be the sweetest looking camera top-plate eeevvvaahhh..! Unfortunately, only 600 pieces of this Leica BMW X1 model have been produced. :(
Molo chair, designed by Norwegian design group, Norway Says, for Danish company Duba-B8, is a stackable meeting and conference chair constructed out of reusable ABS plastic and available in five colors, including black, white, lemon, violet and oyster white.
Attridge & Cole, one of Northern Ireland’s premier coffee catering companies, serves up coffee and pastries from this beautifully restored Citroen H van.
Photography by opposite page.
Via Stuart Hobday.