Magazines Archives - 2008 November

bulthaup’s new clean line of furniture shies away from the trendy
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GERMAN furniture seller bulthaup has unveiled a new line that celebrates minimalism and elegance. Called “communication”, the range of tables and seating shies away from trendy designs that tend to clash with existing home decor, the company said.

“[The] range ... intermeshes seamlessly with any decor to create a pleasant living space. In terms of shape, bulthaup tables and seating are pared down to the minimum, and feature perfect ergonomic proportions to ensure unlimited comfort. In addition, they also enhance the architecture of the living space while offering superlative functionality,” said bulthaup.

The c2 table, which is part of the collection, is lightweight, stable and coated on all sides with a thick-film laminate. Available in white, silver-grey, kaolin, greige, graphite and clay, the c2 table can be customised to suit the needs of the home-owner.


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2008 Nov Stories:

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Elizabeth Arden brings Juicy Couture to Asia

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bulthaup’s new clean line of furniture shies away from the trendy

Lotte growing aggressively through global acquisitions

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