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Designers Today : Cecilie Manz

A career that spans twenty years as she patiently honed her skills to emerge today as one of the major figures of Scandinavian design.

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Now Playing

Are you wondering what we listen this month in GIR store? If you feel like you need some help springing into the rest of 2018 and the warmer days, check out our favorite playlists below.

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Designers Today : Norm Architects

Norm Architects is a multidisciplinary design studio focusing on residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography, graphics and art direction.

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New Ethnicraft introductions for 2018

Solid wood continues to play its part as the protagonist in our collection, which continues to bring life to the balance between form and function for furniture that is truly lasting in both quality and design.

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Muuto Spring / Summer collection

A few days ago, MUUTO introduced to us new collection for Spring/ Summer 2018. All this new pieces will be available soon at GIR Store.

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Design Letters x Arne Jacobsen

Jacobsen is best known for his simple, light, compact and well proportioned chairs. He designed a unique typeface, so that the shapes of the letters would match his desired overall aesthetic effect.

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Christmas Gift Guide

With the holidays just around the corner, we thought it was the perfect time to help you choose gifts for your family and friends.

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Design Classics : Togo Sofa

The Togo happens to be one of the most favorite pieces of seating ever designed. There’s something so fascinating about the caterpillaresque design with its low-profile lounge. This collection has been the ultimate in comfort and style for almost 45 years.

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GIR People

“I grew together with GIR, and considering that I went through all the processes since GIR was established until today, my job is to be available to help everyone, everywhere and in every moment, in order for us to obtain the best possible product.”

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GIR Techniques

“We are the rough part of production, we make panels, elements, we cut and grind… actually, we’re trying to create something from the timber we have, to the best of our abilities.”

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Wood

Manifold meanings ascribed to wood, in different times and different nations, carry both material and symbolic value.