The Icon Series

  • The ICON | Cab Chair

    Part of the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art’s (MOMA), we learn the story behind Mario Bellini’s leather Cab Chair.

  • The ICON | Savoy Vase

    We get to know the story behind the curvaceous and free-flowing Savoy Vase designed by Alvar Aalto and his wife Aino.

  • The ICON | Akari Lights

    Isamu Noguchi dominated the world’s design scene for the greatest part of the 20th century, most notably with the iconic Akari Lights.

  • The ICON | Barcelona Chair

    As part of our ICON series, we’re uncovering the story behind the Barcelona Chair designed by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich in 1929.

  • The ICON | Coconut Lounge Chair

    There are few chairs, if any, that come close to the Coconut Lounge Chair. Designed by George Nelson in 1955, we’re highlighting the Coconut Chair in the sixth instalment of our ICON series.

  • The ICON | CH24 Wishbone Chair

    In the fifth instalment of our ICON series, we’re celebrating 110 years of the CH24 Wishbone Chair designed by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son.

  • The ICON | Snoopy Lamp

    Designed by the Castiglioni brothers, Achille and Pier, the Snoopy Lamp was loosely inspired by the dog Snoopy in the cartoon series ‘Peanuts’ from the 1950s.

  • The ICON | Spanish Chair

    Wide timber armrests, combined with saddle-stitched leather, the Spanish Chair continues to be a favourite with design buffs around the world, earning its place in our ICON series.

  • The ICON | Eames Plywood LCW Chair

    Introducing The ICON series, highlighting products that have earned iconic status. We’re kicking off with the Eames LCW Plywood Chair.