Danish designer Børge Mogensen. Carl Hansen & Son has added Børge Mogensen (1914-1972) to its portfolio of major Danish designers with his classic Hunting Table. Originally designed in 1950 for an exhibition with a hunting cabin theme, the table consists of two trestles with angled legs and a slim veneer tabletop with rounded corners and… Continue reading Hunting Table by Børge Mogensen
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Classroom Stacking Chair from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Designed and made in the Midwest, this classroom-style stacking chair brings a touch of middle school into the dining room, but in a good way. The chair is made with high-quality fiberglass and a sturdy, matte black-painted steel frame. It features a V-shaped detail on the seatback, metal glides to protect the floor, and a… Continue reading Classroom Stacking Chair from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Bothy by SIXINCH N.A.
Dating back to the 1700s, a bothy is a basic shelter found in remote areas of Scotland, Northern England, Ireland, and Wales to be used as a refuge for walkers, hunters, climbers, or hikers. Bothies are usually kept unlocked and available for anyone to use free of charge. SIXINCH developed their Bothy as an addition… Continue reading Bothy by SIXINCH N.A.
Designythings Nominated for a JDR Annual Industry Blogger Award
I'm excited to share the news that Architects Toy Box's sister blog designythings has been nominated for a JDR Annual Industry Blogger Award. The 8th Annual JDR Industry Blogger Awards recognizes exceptional design and remodeling blogs. According to the organizers, the award continues to strengthen in reach and influence, with tight races in several categories in last… Continue reading Designythings Nominated for a JDR Annual Industry Blogger Award