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  1. Eero Aarnio

    Posted Sep 26th 2004, 12:00am by David Wilson

    ... David Wilson What is he famous for? His floating Ball Chair. You might have spotted his furniture on the big screen. In Tommy (1969), star Anne Margaret swans around a white bedroom complete with an Eero Aarnio white Ball Chair. In the 1996 Jack Nicholson film Mars Attacks, two Ball Chairs enveloped in polka-dot fabric appear. The same chair also crops up in the 1993 slacker ...

  2. Seat of honour

    Posted Jun 06th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... its inception. Its special of the month is the Tom Vac chair (below, $1,380 each including delivery) designed for Vitra by renowned architect Ron Arad. A shapely all-rounder, the classic stackable chair comes in white, blue, black and yellow and could be a useful accessory in the home, office or shop. Its plastic seat shell is surprisingly comfortable and its corrugated structure ...

  3. Red-dot specials

    Posted Apr 18th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... If you have an eye for a design classic and want a bargain to boot, Pacific Decor might be the answer to your prayers. The outlet is having a stock clearance sale with sought-after items such as Eames plastic chairs going for about $1,300 each. Its miniature models of classic chairs from the Vitra Design Museum are also on sale. Call 2520 2122 with inquiries or visit ...

  4. Screen test for balance

    Posted Sep 20th 2004, 12:00am by Clare Tyrrell

    ... that the chair can't fit under the desk, or people are too little or too big for their chair,' she says. 'We can work with their furniture and adjust the arm rests so their elbows ... are also common, and usually result from people's feet not touching the ground when they're sitting. The answer: 'Get a box under the desk. Folding your feet under your chair puts ...

  5. Last, not least

    Posted Aug 15th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... (from $850 to $2,950), dining chairs, foot stools and colonial rattan easy chairs for adults and children ($750 to $2,250), carved queen-sized beds ($6,000, previously $9,000) and CD racks ...

  6. Trendy tots

    Posted Jun 20th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The armchairs cost from $850 to $950 (depending on the fabric), come with removable 'sleevelettes' to protect the chairs' arms and are suitable for babies to five-year-olds. Call 2546 ...

  7. Presenting your viewpoint

    Posted Oct 13th 2004, 12:00am by Anna Hestler

    ... Wan?' I muttered. As I sat down, my chair collapsed and the class burst out laughing. Using the first person point of view, write a scene in which two children are lost in the park. Third person ... a Cheshire cat. 'Where's Miss Wan?' muttered Ben. As he sat down, his chair collapsed and the class burst out laughing. Take a story written in the first person and rewrite a section ...

  8. Emily Lau loses bid to chair panel

    Posted Oct 13th 2004, 12:00am by Jimmy Cheung

    ... of the constitutional affairs panel. Lui Ming-wah, of The Alliance, defeated The Frontier's Emily Lau Wai-hing by 31 votes to 24 to chair the panel- the main forum to discuss electoral changes for 2007 ... and vice-chairmen of the 20 policy panels and subcommittees are pro-government lawmakers. Only seven of the bodies are now chaired by democrats. Including vice-chairmen, the pro-democracy camp gained 17 ...

  9. Academic, IT director battle for ESF chair

    Posted Feb 28th 2004, 12:00am by Katherine Forestier

    ... the colonial years is battling for the chair of the English Schools Foundation against one of its leading council chairmen. Felice Lieh-Mak, 63, a former legislator and executive councillor, who ... Island School. He has served on Kennedy's council for eight years, five as chair. Mr Nanda was among those who led opposition within the ESF over the selection of Mike Haynes as chief ...

  10. Snippets from the barber's chair

    Posted Jun 21st 2004, 12:00am by Nailene Chou

    ... Nailene Chou Wiest Under shady trees, along the alleys in some parts of Beijing, you will find the neighbourhood barber, complete with the tools of his trade: a simple chair, a box for his clippers and a bucket of water. The click-click of the manual trimmer blends with the rustling of leaves in the gentle breeze. His clients enjoy the no-frills service, rounded off with a hearty ...




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