The Sixty Two Blofeld G Plan swivel chair (new)As seen in:
The “Blofled chair” as seen in You Only Live Twice was called the 6250 chair when it first launched. Now renamed as The Sixty Two, its distinctive winged design, soft foam cushioning and deeply buttoned back, provide the ultimate in comfort.
The Spanish chair by Mogensen (vintage)As seen in:
Designer: Børge Mogensen
Such a handsome chap: The wood and leather Spanish Chair by Borge Mogensen. This vintage version is in excellent condition and was manufactured by Fredericia in Denmark in 1958.
Approx £2,000.00 / $2620
The Thing collectible one-off coffee tableAs seen in:
Director: John Carpenter
The Antarctic saucer crash site from the film The Thing recreated as a diamorma-cum-coffee-table in honour of the cult classic’s 40th Anniversary – a real collectors piece which is now available for sale.
The Wood Chair by Marc NewsonAs seen in:
Designer: Marc Newson
Designed by Marc Newson, ‘Wood’ chair was first made using Canadian rock maple and Australia coachwood and is a good example of Marc’s desire to push the limits of the material. The chair consists of slatted beech wood strips steam bent to form a ‘double curve’ or ‘alpha’ shape.
Approx £3,900.00 / $5109
Thonet Chair No 18 (new)
Designer: August Thonet
Generations of art directors and set designers have cast a Thonet bentwood chair, also known as the ‘bistro chair’ or ‘cafe chair’, in their films.
Thonet Chair No14 (vintage)
Designer: Michael Thonet
Generations of art directors and set designers have cast a Thonet bentwood chair (often the Thonet Chair No14 and Chair No18), also known as the ‘bistro chair’ or ‘cafe chair’, in their films.
Approx £530.00 / $694
Togo sofa by Ligne Roset (new)As seen in:
Designer: Michel Ducaroy
The Togo sofa was designed by Michel Ducaroy in 1973 for Ligne Roset – an iconic piece designed for a carefree way of life, which makes it a spot-on choice for Boxer’s Ibiza apartment in White Lines.
Tripe armchair by Lina Bo BardiAs seen in:
Designer: Lina Bo Bardi
Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
In James Bond’s Jamaican home in No Time to Die, we find Bond at home enjoying the elegant space which is furnished with traditional objects and furniture from around the world including a recreation of the Tripe armchair by Lina Bo Bardi.
Tugendhat / Barcelona coffee table
Designer: Mies Van der Rohe
Directors: Julius Sevcik, Zack Snyder
Rohe’s “less is more” maxim is effortlessly demonstrated in this design, with its pure composition and simple structure, hence why it sits elegantly in Bruce Wayne’s house in Batman v Superman.
Approx £1,716.00 / $2247