ANKI GNEIB

Design and Architecture – Stockholm Sweden

Posts from the “seating” Category

POTOMAC

Posted on February 10, 2015


POTOMAC – Horreds 2015
New additions for the POTOMAC family. Low tables with round or hexagon shaped top in three different sizes and heights. Versatile container table with electrical outlets and planting pot, magazine holder or table lamp of your choice. New backrest modules and a generous low pouf.

POTOMAC

Posted on February 10, 2015


POTOMAC – Horreds 2014
Potomac is a modular seating and table collection. The asymmetrical shape inspired by the irregular pentagon tessellation allows an infinite variety of multiple compositions. Put several together to create relaxation areas or use them as individual seats.

CRICKET

Posted on September 24, 2012

Cricket chair – Varaschin 2012
Light, enticing, perfectly adapted to indoor and outdoor use with a metallic frame in micaceous moka finish and the seating in woven synthetic string: a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic garden chair enriched by the woven texture of the string around the frame.

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

 

Perfo lounge – Frag 2009
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

 

 

Perfo stool – Frag 2009
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Cricket

Posted on February 16, 2011

Cricket armchair – Varaschin 2009
A chair that is lightweight, inviting and perfectly suited to indoors and out, a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic lawn chair, embellished by the weave of a long rope around the frame. Varnished aluminium frame in micaceous moka finish covered with woven man-made string in moka or natural finishes

 

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

Perfo chair – Frag 2008
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Seat in bearing doubleface full grain leather decorated with geometrical openwork laser-cut pattern.
Chrome plated steel frame.

Kennedy

Posted on February 16, 2011

Kennedy pouf and table – Offecct 2001
One-piece moulded glas-fibre table and upholstered pouf. Sober and softened with simple lines and rounded shapes.