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Switch Modern Sample Sale – 11/15 thru 11/18
By David Peterson
11/8/2017 5:24:00 PM  

 

Switch Modern is having a seldom-seen, comprehensive sample sale from Wednesday 11/15 thru Saturday 11/18. As we make room for a number of new pieces, we’ll be saying “ciao” to an incredible assortment of furniture, lighting, rugs, and accessories – all will be 30% - 90% off.

Yes… discounts of up to 90%!

Yes… the sale includes sofas, sectionals, lounge chairs, dining chairs, coffee tables, dining tables, floor and table lamps, suspension and wall lights, rugs, and outdoor furnishings… and, truly, every possible type of accessory item imaginable.

Yes… the sale includes showroom samples as well as a number of pieces that have never actually been taken out of their original packaging.

Yes… this is a great “instant gratification opportunity” to get that piece you’ve been eyeing in the showroom.

Yes… this is an amazing opportunity to get a leg up on gifts for the upcoming holiday season.

Yes… there are hundreds of pieces from which to choose.

Yes… as the old adage goes, “the early bird does catch the three-seat sofa in a luxe textile.” So… for the best selection, you’ll absolutely want to get here early on Wednesday. OK… we've actually been busy pricing pieces… so, if you want to stop early, preview the sale, and if it's been priced and ready to go, you're welcome to buy it ahead of the 15th.

Yes… the brands include furniture from Flexform, Giorgetti, Bensen, Walter Knoll, Poliform, Wittmann, Kartell, Driade, Poltrona Frau, Edra, Minotti; lighting from Moooi, Flos, Louis Poulsen, Santa & Cole; rugs from Nanimarquina, Moooi; accessories from Alessi, Menu, Essey, New English, BD Barcelona, Bitossi, Seletti, Mono, Iittala, Hugo Pott.

And, yes (perhaps importantly) … complimentary prosecco will be served from 2 PM until closing each day of the sale.

Uh, and no… Switch Modern won’t be doing another sale like this again anytime soon.

Need more details, give us a call at 404-605-0196 or e-mail us at info@switchmodern.com.




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Nanimarquina Sale: All Rugs 20% Off Thru 10/22
By David Peterson
10/4/2017 4:07:00 PM  

 

Nanimarquina and Switch Modern are having our 20% off sale thru October 22 – the sale includes all rugs in the collection in both standard and custom sizes. All prices have been adjusted on switchmodern.com to reflect the discount. Over 100 different designs from which to choose by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec, Nipa Doshi + Jonathan Levien, Ron Arad, Christian Zuzunaga, Diego Fortunato, Sybilla, Marti Guixe, Javier Mariscal, Michael Lin, Jaime Hayon, Xano Armenter, Studio Tjord Boontje, Oscar Tusquets Blanca, Joaquim Ruiz Millet, Nao Tamura, Martin Azua + Gerard Moline, Eduardo Chillida, Milton Glaser, and, of course, Nani Marquina herself. As always, free shipping applies to all Nanimarquina rug purchases. Similarly, if you are located outside of Georgia, there is no sales tax. For more information about the Nanimarquina sale or to request a physical sample of any Nanimarquina rug, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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Zanotta Sacco Chair History
By David Peterson
9/27/2017 10:26:00 AM  

 

Sacco chair (transparent prototype), designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, and Franco Teodoro, Zanotta, Italy.

On the occasion of the Sacco chair’s 40th anniversary in 2008, Zanotta interviewed co-designer, Piero Gatti, who provided some wonderful information about history of the chair’s development that Switch Modern is eager to share.

“I remember that period quite well, because these days everyone is asking me to tell them the story of the ‘60s and Sacco and the meeting with Aurelio Zanotta. Four decades have passed since then, but evidently this informal armchair continues pleasing.” Referring to his co-designers, Cesare Paolini and Franco Teodoro (both are now deceased), Gatti had remarked that “we had a lot of fun and I miss our moments together."

Left photo: A vintage marketing photo of the Sacco chair. Right photo: A group portrait of the designers from the 1960s – Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini, Franco Teodoro.

Zanotta asked Gatti about his special memories associated with the Sacco chair. Gatti responded, “It was 1967, and ergonomics was still a pioneering concept. The three of us (we had already worked together) were thinking about a flexible chair, something different – not the same old armchair. Something that followed body movements. In those years, the concept of the relationship with the body was strongly felt at all levels – art, music, literature and fashion. And this concept was more or less quietly recurring when it came to design. After a series of experiments, the first version of Sacco was a PVC, reinforced, transparent object filled with polystyrene balls. It had a handle so it could be moved around easily. I want to stress that this was not a “pop” invention for us, but rather a precise project. It was a researched and rational object made of two hexagonal shapes comprising the upper and lower bases, and segments that fit together with a series of seams. The first thing we did was to obtain segments sewn by our mothers that were 170 cm long, made with a transparent, plastic material. Then we found an artisan who made driver’s license holders and we asked him to use the same plastic to make us a prototype. We took pictures of it. After this test, we continued through alternating phases. First, we had a contact in the U.S. following a publication in an American magazine (Long Furniture Daily), we also went to 3M and then department store Macy’s saw the magazine and their proposal took us by complete surprise. They wanted to know if we could produce 10,000 pieces right away! This is when we met with Zanotta. He understood the force behind Sacco and was able to immediately start working on the first functional prototypes. The rest is history.”

As we fast forward to 2017 and the soon-to-be 50th anniversary of Sacco, the lounge chair’s original size has been joined by two smaller versions – Sacco Medium and Sacco Small – the latter is popular for children. In addition to the range of solid color textiles and leathers, Sacco is now available in select patterns. The recently introduced VIP textile is available in 9 colors – its thick composition makes it ideal for contract applications; it can even be used outdoors!

Left photo: Sacco being used outdoors. Right photo: In addition to a range of solid and patterned textiles, Sacco is available in a leather version.

Left photo: Zanotta’s new VIP thick textile can even be used outdoors – it’s available in nine solid colors. Right photo: Sacco is now available in three sizes – the small version is perfect for children.

This iconic design is part of the permanent collections of a staggering 27 museums worldwide including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris; Museo del Design, Milan; Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin; Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris; Design Museum, Gent; Powerhouse Museum, Sydney; and Museum of Art, Tel Aviv.

You can now experience the Sacco chair first hand at Switch Modern’s Atlanta showroom. For more information about this design or any of Zanotta’s extensive range of home furnishings, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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Alessi + Sottsass: Iconic Design in the Late 1970s
By Roy Otwell
8/15/2017 1:38:00 PM  

 

Ettore Sottsass (1917 – 2007) would have turned 100 this year. In honor of this occasion, a number of museums and galleries have mounted retrospectives that explore Sottsass’ illustrious career over five decades as both an architect and product designer. Many of Sottsass’ designs are still in production for several manufacturers that Switch Modern represents – Alessi, BD Barcelona, Bitossi, Glas Italia, Kartell, and Zanotta. Throughout the remainder of the year, we thought our blog would be a great medium with which to explore various aspects of the objects developed for each of these brands. Today, we highlight the early part of Sottsass’ collaboration with Alessi in the late 1970s.

Along with several architects and designers in the 1970s – Franco Sargiani + Eija Helander, Alessandro Mendini, Richard Sapper, Riccardo Dalisi – Sottsass helped transform this Italian stainless steel manufacturer into Alberto Alessi’s vision of a “Design Factory.” While Sottsass started producing objects with Alessi in the 1970s, he continued to develop tabletop designs for Alessi in porcelain, wood, plastic, and metal throughout the 1980s and 1990s. His designs from the late 1970s are still in production today and are now considered icons.

 

1978: Sottsass develops an extraordinary range of tableware accessories – each piece like a small piece of architecture. The designer’s oil, vinegar, salt, and pepper shakers all feature a cylindrical form in thick, clear glass with caps in polished stainless steel akin to domes. In addition to the hugely popular 5070 set, Sottsass also created the 5071 parmesan cheese cellar and 5073 condiment set. Each of the components with each of these sets is also available separately – well-weighted cradle bases in polished stainless steel were developed for all of the sets allowing the user to easily move/present/place the group on a surface.

 

1979: In conjunction with Alberto Gozzi, Sottsass undertakes Alessi’s Programma 5 that carefully considers tools associated with preparing and serving cocktails, wine, and champagne. All of the resulting objects become some of the most popular barware pieces that Alessi produces. The forms of the various ice buckets are striking in their simplicity… the 5051 was designed for ice; the 5052 (available in two sizes) was designed to function as a wine or champagne cooler. While these can be used independently, they become uber-luxe when paired with the 5059 stand – a profoundly elegant piece that can be used adjacent to a table – moreover, in any interior where you would like to have easy access to an open bottle of champagne. Objects for the bar were also developed – the 5050 Boston cocktail shaker, 5053 strainer, 5054 stirrer, and 5055 ice tongs. Not only is each piece a beautiful object; each functions perfectly. The two-piece 5050 Boston shaker features a stainless base with a glass repository that is inverted to snugly fit within the base when shaking a cocktail. Using this piece is profoundly sensorial – not only does the transparent glass reveal the colors of the various liquors and mixers, the varying sounds of ice striking the stainless and glass creates a “symphony” in anticipation of that delicious libation. Bottle/drink coasters and a round tray in two sizes completed Programma 5.

We hope that you’ll check out all of the amazing Sottsass designs for Alessi that we show and stock in our Atlanta Alessi store – and, of course, all are also available at switchmodern.com. Stay tuned for additional blogs about Ettore Sottsass’ work for several other manufacturers.




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Kartell Goes Sottass: A Tribute to Memphis
By Scott Reilly
8/12/2017 10:17:00 AM  

 

As part of a tribute to Ettore Sottsass (1917 – 2007), Kartell has created a collection of designs that take their inspiration from the graphics and forms pioneered by the designer through the Memphis Movement in the 1980s. In addition to offering historic, graphic textiles by both Ettore Sottsass and Nathalie du Pasquier on many of Kartell’s extant upholstered designs like Philippe Starck’s Mademoiselle chair and Piero Lissoni’s Trix daybed, Kartell put into production for the first time three of Sottsass’ designs. The Calice vase along with the Colonna and Pilastro tables/stools are exciting Kartell additions. All were designed by Ettore Sottsass in 2004/2005 and were posthumously placed into serial production by the Italian manufacturer in 2015.

 

Sottsass’ Pilastro and Colonna tables are perfect as occasional/side tables or impromptu stools, these also look great when presented as a cluster in front of a sofa.

 

Pilastro is reminiscent of Sottsass’ totemic sculptures with their tubular rings organized around a columnar form. Each of the five colors – black, green, pink, purple, and red – all sport a fabulous interplay of glossy and matte surface treatment.

At almost 19” in height, the Calice vase will certainly have great visual impact on any surface where it is placed. Its assemblage of “vertical steps,” integrated truncated column, and exaggerated base footprint are all elements that figure prominently in several of Ettore Sottsass’ designs.

Like the Pilastro table/stool and Calice vase, Colonna is also available in five different colors. Ideal as occasional tables or stools – their vertical flutes engender a mesmerizing optical effect.

Philippe Starck’s Mademoiselle chair (2001) is now offered in several textile patterns that Sottsass designed in the early 1980s – iconic Letraset, frenetic Schizzo, and criss-crossed Rete – each textile is available in three colorways. Also offered is Nathalie du Pasquier’s 1981 Burundi pattern for Memphis – its available in two colorways. With any of these new Mademoiselle upholstery options, one can select the chair’s polycarbonate frame in glossy black or transparent.

 

Piero Lissoni’s Trix daybed (2006) has never looked as engaging as it does in Sottsass’ iconic Letraset textile. Sottsass developed the Letraset pattern in 1981 – Kartell now offers this textile in three colorways for Trix (shown here in vibrant fuchsia).

In addition to the aforementioned designs, Piero Lissoni’s Audrey chair as well as his Pop and Plastics Duo collection of lounge chair and sofas are available in all of the Sottsass textiles. Patricia Urquiola’s Foliage lounge chair and settee are available in Nathalie du Pasquier’s Burundi textiles. For more information about these new Sottsass designs or any of the other Kartell pieces that are now available in these engaging textiles that pay homage to Memphis, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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Petite Friture: WEEK-END Collection
By Scott Reilly
8/7/2017 12:16:00 PM  

 

The WEEK-END Collection of outdoor furnishings designed by Studio Brichet Ziegler was recently introduced by French manufacturer and editor, Petite Friture. A comprehensive collection that includes dining chairs with or without arms, dining and bar-height tables of varying sizes, coffee and occasional tables, stool, lounge chair, bench, chaise longue, and even a child’s table and chair.

 

While slatted aluminum seating and surfaces for outdoor use have existed in various forms for decades, the designers, Pierre Brichet and Caroline Ziegler, have re-imagined these in a fabulously engaging way through their WEEK-END Collection. Slats are organized both vertically and horizontally within the same piece infusing the resulting form with an unexpected levity. The horizontally-oriented slats forming the upper portion of the backrest are objectified within an ellipse-shaped perimeter.

 

The entire collection is available with a choice of nine UV-resistant painted color finishes. Upper row (left to right): anthracite, white, blue, burgundy, and brown. Lower row (left to right): gray, yellow, black, and gold.

Switch Modern has recently started representing Petite Friture. We invite you to peruse some of the recent additions to our website. For more information about the WEEK-END Collection, or if there is a particular piece from this French manufacturer in which you are interested, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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Poliform: Dama Table or Stool
By Roy Otwell
8/1/2017 2:45:00 PM  

 

The Poliform Dama table or stool is the perfect anywhere surface. Its cylindrical base tapers inwardly as it approaches the top – akin to being “cinched,” it cants sharply outward to define the top. The Dama table’s slightly concave surface makes it comfortable for use a stool yet it can also do double duty as an impromptu table.

 

The Dama stool is fabricated with a choice of Canaletto walnut or cedar wood. Given the inherent natural properties of the latter, Dama will sport knots and irregular cracks that become an engaging component of the table/stool’s aesthetic. A concealed, integrated metal plate located on the underside of the form ever so slightly elevates the table/stool above the surface on which it rests – this design element provides tremendous visual interest.

 

In addition to the natural Canaletto walnut and cedar wood versions, Dama is also available in a range of finishes – a staggering 27 different matte colors and 19 glossy lacquer options. Dama is also offered with two different footprint diameters – 13.5” for solid wood and 15” for painted finish – each version is 18” height. Dama looks amazing when used independently; it also is extraordinary when presented as a cluster in front of a sofa or sectional. Need it fast? The natural cedar version of Dama is available as part of our Quickship program.

For more information about the Poliform Dama table or stool, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or e-mail us at info@switchmodern.com




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Replacement Covers… Bensen, Flexform, Giorgetti, Poliform, Walter Knoll, Zanotta
By Roy Otwell
7/20/2017 7:57:00 AM  

 

Groundpiece sectional, Antonio Citterio, Flexform, 2001. Since its introduction, Groundpiece has been one of Flexform’s most popular seating systems.

Many of the European brands that Switch Modern represents use tailor-made upholstery covers that are cleverly affixed to the upholstered form’s structure and cushions. Several sofas, sectionals, beds, and lounge chairs from a range of manufacturers – Bensen, Flexform, Giorgetti, Poliform, Walter Knoll, and Zanotta – all provide replacement covers for most pieces within their respective collections. Most even still produce these replacement covers for designs that have long been out of production. At a fraction of the cost of what a new example of the same piece would cost, new replacement upholstery covers represent a wonderful way to renew and refresh an existing piece that you’ve enjoyed over the years while protecting your long-term investment.

 

In addition to Groundpiece, the Flexform Patrik sofa shown in this print ad from 1985 was popular for years. You always loved the upholstery on this piece but perhaps your adorable pets also “loved” Patrik’s original upholstery way too much? Regardless of when they were purchased, all Flexform furniture pieces were an investment worthy of protecting by simply refreshing these pieces with new upholstery recovers.

 

 

Upper photo: Neo Sectional and Neo Sofa, Bensen, 1998. Lower photo: Canyon sectional seating system, Bensen, 2002. Designed by Niels Bendsten, the Neo and Canyon seating ranges have been popular since their respective introductions. Allright… you’ve become tired of that late 1990s fashion color upholstery that you originally ordered but you still really enjoy the comfort and look of these sectionals… replacement covers are the answer.

 

The Onto bed designed by Niels Bendsten in 1996 has been a Bensen classic for two decades… you still love the form and associated ergonomics but have become tired of the way the upholstered headboard looks after 15 years. It’s so easy to simply keep the bed and just order replacements covers. Swapping these out is easy and your bed will look and feel new again.

 

The iconic Gilda lounge chair (1954) and Sacco chair (1968) have been produced for years by Zanotta. Replacement covers are available for all upholstered Zanotta designs at a fraction of the cost of replacing the entire piece.

Whether your piece is still in production or now long out-of-production, all were designed with removable upholstery to not only enable periodic cleaning of the textile covers, but to actually change it up when you desire something different – color, pattern, or texture. Switch Modern provides quotations on a regular basis for replacement covers for various manufacturers that we represent. Please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com to get a quotation as well as review current textile options available.




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Poltrona Frau Quickship Sale: 30% Off Thru 7/31
By Scott Reilly
7/14/2017 9:56:00 AM  

 

Poltrona Frau and Switch Modern are having an incredible sale! Thru July 31, all Poltrona Frau Quickship items are 30% off – dining and lounge chairs, dining tables, sofas, beds, occasional tables, and lighting. Not only is this discount just phenomenal, it applies to all Poltrona Frau pieces that are in-stock in the United States. While Quickship items are only available with select upholstery and finish options, they are also available with an expedited lead time that is typically only 4 – 6 weeks from order. As pieces will sell out quickly, if something strikes your fancy, please give us a call at 404-605-0196 to review current Quickship inventory along with associated options and pricing.

 

This special Quickship sale includes (clockwise) iconic pieces like Jean-Marie Massaud’s popular Archibald lounge chair and optional matching ottoman; Gio Ponti’s Dezza lounge chair – a mid 1960s classic – is available with either black or Nest Madreperla leather upholstery and black lacquer legs; Roberto Lazzeroni’s chic Montera chairs in two versions; and Gastone Rinaldi’s T904 bench that combines a black frame with a teak-stained ash seating plane along with cushions in a choice of latte leather or taupe textile.

 

The 30% discount applies to (clockwise) Jean Marie Massaud’s popular John-John sofa and John-John bed – each is available in a neutral leather choice – the bed is available in both American king and queen sizes as part of the Quickship Program; Roberto Lazzeroni’s Bolero dining table is available in the 98.4” size that will comfortably seat six with a top surface choice of wengé-stained solid ash or marble; and the Bretagne bed that combines leather and textile upholstery is also available in American queen and king sizes.

 

Discounted Poltrona Frau Quickship items include (clockwise) Mossimosistema in two different upholstery options; Tito Agnoli’s Aurora Due bed with its engaging capitonné headboard in latte leather is available in American king or queen sizes; the Obi dresser and Obi nightstand – each with latte leather upholstered drawer fronts juxtaposed with walnut frames; Jean-Marie Massaud’s Bob tables are available in two heights – each Quickship version sports a combination of latte or anthracite leather with a chic anthracite base finish; and Roberto Lazzeroni’s luxe Ginger Ale swivel chair.

 

Discounted Poltrona Frau Quickship items include (clockwise) Jean-Marie Massaud’s Grantorino bed available in both American king or queen sizes; Roberto Lazzeroni’s enveloping and sensual Mamy Blue lounge chair; the timeless Liz dining chair that evokes midcentury simplicity and elegance is available with wengé-stained beech wood legs and latte leather; Massaud’s sophisticated glass Dido (table) and Holly (floor) lamp designs; Lazzeroni’s Fiorile occasional tables in three engaging forms – triangular, square, and rectilinear – each with a choice of surface in wengé-stained ash or marble; and Massaud’s Grantorino sofa.

For more information about any of the aforementioned Poltrona Frau Quickship pieces or to review associated samples along with current inventory and pricing, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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Bensen Endless Sectional Seating
By Roy Otwell
7/12/2017 8:15:00 AM  

 

Bensen’s Endless sectional and sofa seating designed by Niels Bendtsen truly lives up to its name! Endless is a modular seating system with seemingly an infinite number of possible configurations.

 

This Endless sectional configuration viewed aerially illustrates how several different components can be combined. From left to right – a terminal element in standard depth, inwardly curved element in standard depth, armless element in standard depth, and deep terminal element. Eight optional loose square cushions provide additional back comfort as needed.

 

This simple rectilinear composition of three elements becomes visually engaging by having varied the depth of one of the Endless terminal elements. Each Endless modular element sports an internal composition of coils, memory foam, and fiber – all of which create the overall effect of a well-proportioned seating expanse that appears to “float” above the ground. Each element features a removable cover – its legs also function as connectors for the various pieces.

 

In addition to complex configurations, Endless can also be simply configured to create standard rectilinear “sofas” in various lengths and/or depths. As with all Bensen seating, expertly tailored upholstery is available in a wide range of Danish and Italian textiles that Bensen fabricates as removable covers – all with precisely integrated Velcro that affixes perfectly to the form. These removable covers are ideal for periodic cleaning and can easily be replaced to change up the color and texture while retaining your investment in the resulting sofa or sectional.

 

Bensen’s Endless includes nineteen different modular elements – with arms, without arms, inwardly and outwardly curved, full backs, partial backs, varying depths, as well as a loose square pillow/cushion. These elements can seemingly be combined in a staggering number of ways to create a seating expanse that not only provides an ideally-suited footprint for any interior but meets the user’s personal expectations of function and enjoyment. Bensen’s commitment to quality materials and construction ensures that Endless can be used in both contract and residential applications.

 

Just a few of the possible resulting Endless sectional configurations…. for more information about Bensen’s Endless seating system including possible configurations, upholstery options and associated pricing along with current manufacturer lead times, please contact us at 404-605-0196 or info@switchmodern.com




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