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“Working with David Bartlett, Owner of Brand It Furniture, the team at Mirri have produced a set of metallic chairs and tables for use at events and POS campaigns. David Bartlett is a renowned designer and cardboard engineer and studied design at the Royal College of Art along side artists such as David Hockney, Zandra Rhodes and Terrance Conran. David has worked on commissions with many major names such as Philip Treacy and Alexander McQueen. This stunning metallic furniture has been created with MirriNor Display material, a joint venture between Smurfit Kappa Sheetfeeding, and Mirri, a leading worldwide brand of metallic laminated board and paper. The metallic corrugated material is designed to be incredibly strong and is perfect to make furniture. This metallic furniture has a wide scope of possibilities and can be produced in large or small quantities. Jennifer Deacon Marketing Manager at Mirri, a division of Celloglas, commented; “The stylish chairs and tables could be used as branded furniture at events such as music concerts, exhibitions, parties, weddings or used as branded POS in cafés or retail outlets”. The furniture itself is extremely light and arrives flat packed, then with a few simple moves the chairs and tables are ready to be used. After use the furniture can be disposed of or re-used. David Bartlett, Owner at Brand It Furniture commented; “By using MirriNor Display metallic material the chairs are not only strong, they are also very decorative and stylish, making them desirable for premium or major brands to use them as POS or as branded furniture at events.” David added “Imagine if a major drinks brand...

The original Tab Chair

The original David Bartlett designed Tab Chair Featured in: POP! Design, Culture, Fashion 1956-1976 This is the original David Bartlett Design for a cardboard Chair in the 60’s. to see more click on the link below:...

Some Historical Photos

Some Historical pictures of the collaborations with Phillip Treacy and other Designers. LONDON Fashion Week 2013 – Phillip Treacy                    ...

Tables and Chairs

Here at Brand•it furniture we are always designing new products – here are some of the new products that are now available for free for all our Licencee customers.

New Product Dining Table

New PRODUCT! We have adapted the full height table into a really great dining table – here is an image of it in use !  

Breakfast

    At Brandit Furniture we decided to try out the new products – We had breakfast on the new dining table. It works a treat – Breakfast for 5 on a lovely morning!      ...

Aspreys Cracker

Philip Treacy on his extremely luxurious £1,500 Christmas cracker A luxury Christmas cracker containing an elaborate pop-up hat, a silver prize and a joke written by a real comedian? The milliner Philip Treacy has obliged. BY Georgia Dehn | 14 December 2012 Philip Treacy has a gripe about the paper crowns found inside Christmas crackers. ‘Has anyone ever looked good in one?’ he asks. ‘They’re so sad and unflattering. That’s because it usually comes down to how cheaply they can be made.’ He goes one step further. ‘They should be banned.’ Instead, the world’s most famous milliner has decided to improve on these objects of his disdain. This year he has designed a Christmas cracker for the British luxury goods company Asprey, complete with a ‘pop-up’ hat, in a limited edition of 80. The project has seen Treacy collaborate once again with the paper artist David Bartlett, who constructed the Neverland hat, a wearable pop-up theme park (including a mini helter-skelter, big wheel and merry-go-round), that delighted the audience at Treacy’s show during London Fashion Week in September. WATCH: Lady Gaga opens Philip Treacy show at London Fashion Week For Asprey, Treacy and Bartlett have come up with a hat that was inspired by the millinery boxes stacked up in Treacy’s studio. Inside the faceted silver paper cracker the hat is folded into a bundle held together with ribbon. Once this is untied, a clever mechanism designed by Bartlett allows the hat to automatically pop up into the form of a pile of toppling hatboxes. Philip Treacy at an exhibition of his work in Madrid in July. Photo: REX...