1. Bensen Delta Sofa

    Bensen Delta Sofa
    Designed by Niels Bendtsen in 2017, the Delta sofa features smooth surfaces and soft, down-filled cushions.  The Delta sofa is available in three different widths – 68.9”, 82.7”, and 96.5” – the largest size is illustrated here. A fresh and super comfortable addition to Bensen’s range of seating that visually exudes softness.  Delta’s comfort is achieved through multi-layer seat cushions...
  2. Riva 1920 Venice Console

    Riva 1920 Venice Console
    Venice console, Claudio Bellini, Riva 1920, Italy, 2011; composed of briccole (Venetian oak pylons) and polished stainless steel. Briccole are cylindrical oak wood pylons that are staked into the Venice lagoon that are used as guideposts to reveal the waterways and tides for vessels. The average life for each briccola is 10 to 20 years after which they need to...
  3. Curves, Curves, Curves... New From Wittmann in 2019

    Curves, Curves, Curves... New From Wittmann in 2019
    Austria’s Wittmann recently introduced several new seating designs at the 2019 Cologne Furniture Fair – several new Vuelta Collection pieces from Jaime Hayon and Sebastian Herkner’s Miles range of seating. Vuelta Sofa Lounge, (frontal, aerial, detail views), Jaime Hayon, Wittmann, Austria, 2018. With its generous curves and expansive seating planes, Jaime Hayon’s Vuelta Sofa Lounge and Vuelta Sofa Lounge Island...
  4. Tatu Lamp: Santa & Cole Reissues 1970s Design Classic

    Tatu Lamp: Santa & Cole Reissues 1970s Design Classic
    The Tatu lamp was designed by Andre Ricard in 1972 and originally produced by Metalarte, Spain.  We are delighted to report that Santa & Cole has reissued this fabulous award-winning design – an engaging piece that resembles a periscope allowing the user to twist sections of the lamp in order to direct the emitted light. The original Tatu lamp featured...
  5. Alessi Overstock Sale 35% Off Select Pieces

    Alessi Overstock Sale 35% Off Select Pieces
    Switch Modern is having a 35% off overstock sale on select Alessi accessories including a range of popular and luxe designs by Ettore Sottsass, Michael Graves, Frank Gehry, Mario Botta, Naoto Fukasawa, Pierre Charpin, Abi Alice, Richard Sapper, and Paolo Pagani. A fabulous opportunity to treat yourself to a kettle, tray, pitcher, vase or clock – all at a very...
  6. David Trubridge Lighting Sale

    David Trubridge Lighting Sale
    Switch Modern and David Trubridge are having a Black Friday Sale!  All prices are 20% off from November 21 through November 28 – the sale includes all lighting in the collection.  All prices have been adjusted on switchmodern.com to reflect this discount.  Over 50 different designs from which to choose. David Trubridge describes the Coral suspension light as a "form...
  7. Edra On the Rocks Sectional

    Edra On the Rocks Sectional
    On the Rocks sectional was designed by Francesco Binfare in 2004 for Edra, Italy.  Often described as a “seating landscape,” On the Rocks is a relatively simple design that consists of four different geometric seating elements – three are in the shape of five-sided polygons; the fourth is a quadrilateral.   By placing their respective different angled sides adjacent to other...
  8. Nanimarquina Rug Sale: 25% Off Through December 2

    Nanimarquina Rug Sale: 25% Off Through December 2
    Switch Modern and Nanimarquina are having their biggest sale of the year!  All prices are 25% off from November 23 through December 2 – the sale includes all rugs in the collection in both standard and custom sizes.  On November 23, all prices have been adjusted on switchmodern.com to reflect this discount.  Over 100 different designs from which to choose...
  9. Tom Dixon Mirror Ball

    Tom Dixon Mirror Ball
    A fabulous installation of Mirror Ball suspension lights in the chrome finish – available in three diameters – these look amazing when clustered. As Tom Dixon points out, “Sometimes your biggest failure could be your biggest success. The aim was to produce a completely spherical, highly mirrored object that would disappear into its surroundings. Instead it does the opposite and...
  10. Rise of the Rechargeables: The Evolution of the Lantern

    Rise of the Rechargeables: The Evolution of the Lantern
    Lanterns have been a portable light source since their use in antiquity.  The function was simply to provide a barrier around a light source – often a flame – protecting it from the elements.  These were available in a range of shapes and before the use of glass for the panes, often animal horn flattened into thin slices was used...

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