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TOG Figure Stool launches in Milan 2015!

 

Brazilian furniture company TOG will launch at the Salone del Mobile 2015 a height-adjustable stool series called Figure. The design is a clash of archetypes - the utility and simplicity of an artist’s four-legged figure painting stool - and gas-lift technology commonly found in office chairs.


The result is further ease and practicality. It can be used in a multitude of settings from the casual home, collaborative work in the office, and bars and café’s.

 

Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2014

TOG - allcreatorstogether

Hall 12, Stand B03-C04

9th - 14th April 2013

Milan Fairgrounds, Rho (Milan)

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News Item 455

 

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Swedish lighting company Wästberg will launch at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015 a new type of LED lamp.

It incorporates 3 intelligent USB sockets that allow charging of devices at their fastest rate such as iPads, Chromebooks, Smartphones and Drones. An accompanying exhibition of Industrial Facility will also be shown at the Skridskopaviljongen Pavillon. 


A special website and film has been art directed by Industrial Facility to explain its unique qualities.

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View Wästberg website
View Film
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Tubo nominated for the ICON 2014 Award!

 

Within the Tubo collection is the remarkeable Tubo chair made from 100% recycled PET. In March, soft-tooling was commissioned by TOG to test comfort and material quality. After extensive tests a steel tool that provides full material polymerisation of PET was developed and is now available through TOG's distributors. We are delighted to be nominated for this years Icon Awards.

 

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Locale book launched!

 

Locale, a new book written by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin and published by Herman Miller, suggests a new method for how the subject of 'work' could be thought of both in planning and use. The book is interspersed with personal essays on design, and with over 50 photographs by Gerhardt Kellermann.

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Now available from Retail Facility

 

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