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  philippe starck(kartell, born January 18, 1949, Paris) is a French product designer and probably the best known designer in the New Design style.

He is widely known for his designs for the Italian manufacturer Kartell, many of which are made from polycarbonate plastic. These include the transparent Louis Ghost chair, Ero|S| chair, Bubble Club Sofa and Armchair, and La Bohème stool and so on.
  PC Stone   Louis Ghost Chair with Handle   Kartell Mademoiselle Chair
  Miss Lacy Chair   PC Frilly Chair    
  Harry Bertoia(knoll),(b. March 10, 1915 in San Lorenzo, Pordenone, Italy. d. November 6, 1978 in Barto, Pennsylvania, United States), was an Italian-born artist, sculptor, and modern furniture designer.

In 1950, he moved to Pennsylvania, to establish a studio, and to work with Hans and Florence Knoll. During this period he designed five wire pieces that became known as the Bertoia Collection for Knoll. Among them the famous 'Diamond chair' a fluid, sculptural form made from a molded lattice work of welded steel.
  Fashion Leisure Chair   Wire Lounge Chair   Bertoia Side Chair
  Eames Wire Chair   Eames Wire Lounge Chair   Powder Coated and PVC Cushion Bar Chair
  Ray and Charles Eames were American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in the fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film.

Among the many important designs originating there are the molded-plywood DCW (Dining Chair Wood) and DCM (Dining Chair Metal with a plywood seat) (1945), Eames Lounge Chair (1956), the Aluminum Group furniture (1958) and as well as the Eames Chaise (1968), designed for Charles's friend, film director Billy Wilder, the playful Do-Nothing Machine (1957), an early solar energy experiment, and a number of toys.
  Eames DSR Chair with Steel Base   Dining Height K-Wire Shell   RAR Rod Base Eames Armchair
  Eames DAW Chair with Wood Base   Eames DAR Chair with Steel Base   Hang It All CH-02A
  Eero Saarinen was a Finnish American architect and industrial designer of the 20th century famous for varying his style according to the demands of the project: simple, sweeping, arching structural curves or machine-like rationalism.

During his long association with Knoll he designed many important pieces of furniture including the "Grasshopper" lounge chair and ottoman (1946), the "Womb" chair and ottoman (1948), the "Womb" settee (1950), side and arm chairs (1948–1950), and his most famous "Tulip" or "Pedestal" group (1956), which featured side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool. All of these designs were highly successful.
  Tulip Armchair   Tulip Armchair   Gas Lift Tulip Office Chair
  Tulip Mini Armchair        
  Ron Arad (born 1951 in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli industrial designer, artist and architect.

Arad designed in 1994 the bookshelf Bookworm, which is still produced today (2011) by the Italian company Kartell. He also has had tables that climb walls instead of being centered in the room.] Arad's works are often worked into distinctive biomorphic shapes and are created from his medium of choice, steel
  Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair   Rod Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair   Gas Lift Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair
  Gas Lift Ron Arad Tom Vac Office Chair   Wooden Base Ron Arad Tom Vac Chair   Triangle Wine Rack
  George nelson was one of the founders of American Modernism, along with Charles and Ray Eames.

George Nelson Associates, designed a large series of wall and table clocks for the Howard Miller company, as well as a range of hanging Bubble Lamps, which had plastic membrane-covered wire-form shades, wrought iron fireplace pieces, planters, room dividers, ceiling-mounted "Ribbon Wall," spice cabinets, and many other products that became milestones in the history of a profession that he helped to shape. A number of the nearly 300 classic wall clocks designed for Howard Miller Clock Company are currently available from Vitra.
  Wall Ball Clock   Wall Block Clock    
  Fashion Clock        
  Arne Jacobsen, (11 February 1902 – 24 March 1971) was a Danish architect and designer. In addition to his architectural work, he was one of the most important contributors to Danish design, especially as a result of the worldwide success he enjoyed with simple but effective chair designs. In 1951, he created the Ant chair for an extension of the Novo pharmaceutical factory and, in 1955, came the Seven Series. Both matched modern needs perfectly, being light, compact and easily stackable. Two other successful chair designs, the Egg and the Swan, were created for the SAS Royal Hotel in 1957      
  Acrylic Dining Chair   Crystal Dining Chair   Lily Office Chair
  Clear Acrylic Dining Chair        
  Verner Panton (13 February 1926-5 September 1998) is considered one of Denmark's most influential 20th-century furniture and interior designers. During his career, he created innovative and futuristic designs in a variety of materials, especially plastics, and in vibrant and exotic colors. His style was very "1960s" but regained popularity at the end of the 20th century; until now, Panton's most well-known furniture models are still in production (at Vitra, among others).      
  Panton Chair   ABS Panton Chair   Kid's Panton Chair
  Wire Cone Chair