New products 2020
Plissée Floor Lamp – glass as a sensual, weightless balloon of light
Sebastian Herkner is a master at turning our usual perception of materials upside down. He once again achieves this effect in a fascinating way with his Plissée Floor Lamp: the lampshade, like a sensual, weightless balloon of light, balances on a metal base.
The trick: what is reminiscent of artfully pleated textile is in reality hand-blown glass. An elaborate artisan production process enables this soft, textile-like, visual effect and hence the realisation of Herkner’s vision.
In 2020, the Bell Table series is being expanded: the Bell High Table has joined the Bell Side and Coffee Tables. Due to its dimensions, it is perfectly suitable as a highlight in any living-dining area and for the presentation of special objects in lobbies and public areas.
Deep Tuft – another classic for ClassiCon
Minimalism encounters opulence – Deep Tuft quite naturally resolves this obvious contradiction. The modular sofa was designed in 1972 by the New York designer Harvey Probber. The autodidact first coined the concept and the term modular (sitting) furniture in the 1940s; with Deep Tuft, he lifted his approach to a new level. Thanks to its iconic design, Deep Tuft became the unwavering and up-to-date source of inspiration for many more sofa designs by renowned designers.
Corner module, centre piece with backrest, and an element without back- or armrests enable countless variable combinations – from a linear arrangement to a broad sitting and lounging landscape.
Deep Tuft® is a registered trademark of M2L, Inc. Exclusive Worldwide License Holder
Bell Side and Coffee Tables in sapphire blue
The Bell Side and Coffee Tables also get an update in 2020: now, the two tables are available in a new shade of blue. The lighter, bright sapphire blue replaces the former Montana blue and creates a fresh highlight in our proven colour spectrum.