Tag Archives: Pierre Paulin

  • Artifort takes centre stage at the Dutch Design Collective for Melbourne Indesign

    Artifort takes centre stage at the Dutch Design Collective for Melbourne Indesign

    Dutch design is characterised by contemporary, minimalist and innovative products manufactured from the highest quality materials through sustainable practices and we are proud to exclusively represent one of the most significant Dutch design brands, Artifort. Artifort has been a major influencer in the Dutch - and global - design gam...
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  • A tribute to Pierre Paulin

    A tribute to Pierre Paulin

    As one of the major designers of the 20th century famous for producing seats shaped like mushrooms, tulips and ribbons, it is little wonder that Les Puces du Design and the German gallery owner Jean-Yves have come together to present a tribute to Pierre Paulin. The tribute will bring together, in one place, Paulin's extensive collec...
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  • Inside Alicia's home ...

    Inside Alicia's home ...

    Pierre Paulin's Ribbon Chair takes pride of place in music legend Alicia Keys 32-room house in Englewood, New Jersey. A completely upholstered design by Paulin from 1966 and manufactured by Artifort. The chair is a a professional, innovative take on the well-known ribbon form and a beautiful example of applied art. The chair is featu...
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  • News | Artifort In the Eyes/Nights Only popup hotel

    News | Artifort In the Eyes/Nights Only popup hotel

    During the Biennale Interieur (International Biennial for creative interior design) in Kortrijk this year, our supplier Artifort had a space in Kortrijk City, at Eyes/Nights Only at the Broel school - an exciting concept by DIFT, as it is both a pop-up hotel and gallery. Each room, was transformed by brands and designers into an arti...
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  • Nest ...

    Nest ...

    Nest Chair and Sofa designed by Pierre Paulin for Artifort. Artifort is proud of its history, which is why they are bringing back Pierre Paulin’s F564 and C565 in 2014. They have called them ‘Nest’. It is a well-loved design from a previous Artifort collection, with beautiful flowing lines and offering great sitting comfort. It...
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  • We Welcome Fruits and Flowers ...

    We Welcome Fruits and Flowers ...

    Artifort is so highly regarded in the furniture industry it’s almost as if they are the foster parent of classic, original design.  They grow and maintain a database of reissued classics from great names such as Pierre Paulin, Geoffrey Harcourt, René Holten and Patrick Norguet. Two key pieces from Pierre Paulin, the Orange Slice...
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  • Keeping up with the Classics ...

    Keeping up with the Classics ...

    Image Courtesy E! Opinion in the KE-ZU showroom is divided.  This division isn’t terminal, it’s rather trivial: we don’t all keep up with the Kardashians (that is, until one is draped over the iconic 1967-designed Tongue lounge chair by Pierre Paulin in the case of the above image). Whether we love or hate the Kardashian clan, ...
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  • Drooling for Artifort's Tongue ...

    Drooling for Artifort's Tongue ...

    You may have seen this fabulous installation of Artifort’s Tongue chairs in a distinct yellow on our Facebook page. Artifort’s Tongue Chair was designed by Pierre Paulin in 1967 and forms part of Artifort’s reissued range from the prolific designer, you can see the other Paulin designs available at KE-ZU here.  Formally known a...
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  • MILANO:2013 | ARTIFORT ...

    MILANO:2013 | ARTIFORT ...

    Artifort have put their thinking caps on this year.   Adding to their collection of exclusive licences in re-releasing design classics by Geoffrey D. Harcourt and Pierre Paulin, Artifort have introduced a junior range of smaller sized furniture aimed at the design-conscious little ones and managed to squeeze in enough time to work w...
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  • Lessening Degrees of Separation...

    Lessening Degrees of Separation...

    The surprise that is involved in the exclamation of “what a small world!” seems to be inconsequential these days.  Saying it in the design world seems to be almost redundant, our circle isn’t so large, and it’s most certainly not as large as we often tend to think. Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence, multi-faceted designer whose clien...
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