Established in London in 2006, Case is dedicated to delivering excellent design at good value. Working with world-renowned award-winning designers, Case is a vanguard of creativity and creates modern furniture with integrity and character. With an exemplary attention to detail, the highest standards and never compromising on quality, Case combine cutting-edge technology and advanced manufacturing techniques to make the best design accessible to the mass market.
Case work with world-renowned award-winning designers including, Matthew Hilton, Shin Azumi, David Irwin, Marina Bautier and Nazanin Kamali who are each specialists in their own fields.
“We choose designers because we like their work and, importantly they have a passion for what they do. That experience shines through in each product and we hope that the marriage of design, knowledge and function is equally evident.”
– Paul Newman, Director
Meet the collection
Cross Extendable Table
The award-winning Cross Extending Table is a fine example of Matthew Hilton’s innovative approach to wood furniture design and signature minimal aesthetic.
The table top expands with a smooth and simple pull to allow for the addition of two extra leaves. The extension leaves can be stored in the concealed compartment under the table top when not in use.
Constructed from a solid wood base and a solid edge veneered top, the Cross Extending Table seats from 6 to 14 people.
“For a design to last it has to be doing something relatively new aesthetically, it needs to be stimulating people.” – Matthew Hilton
Both practical and versatile, simple lines build to create a distinctive contemporary shaped base. This allows the table to offer ample leg room.
A design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 Chair is one of the most recognised of the 20th century. Originally created in 1952, this Robin Day chair’s most prominent feature is its curved walnut-veneered plywood back. Pioneering at the time, Robin Day overcame the difficulty of forming a single moulded plywood chair with armrests, by creating a fluid shape using a singular curve. In close collaboration with the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, Case Furniture revisited the original 675 Chair design and faithfully reinstated, in the 2014 chair, the element and detail of the 1952 original.
Narin Folding Chair
An award-winning piece of David Irwin Furniture the Narin Folding Chair was inspired by the constantly adapting nature of modern workshops. Crafted with a solid wood frame, this smart and robust design features a smooth sweeping transition from the turned legs into the formed backrest, which also doubles as the mount for the pivot from where the back leg rotates. This contemporary folding chair is lightweight, easy to collapse and move around and can be stored in condensed stacks which occupy minimal space, or hung on the wall with a hook.
Dulwich Round Extending Table
Crafted with attention to detail, the Dulwich Round Extending Table by award-winning designer Matthew Hilton features mitered joints, visible through-tenons in the legs and exquisite proportions that all speak to its quality.
It features solid wood legs with a solid edge veneered top. To extend the top, simply pull one end of the table to simultaneously open both halves and pull the handle on the stored leaf to extend the table from 125cm to 175cm.
The table can sit up to 6 people, depending on the size of your chairs.
Kigumi Round Table
The Kigumi Table designed by Nazanin Kamali embodies the modern principles of design and accentuates a timeless look. It reflects Nazanin Kamali’s conviction that a casual dining table needs to be simple, have a small footprint and be suitable for everyday use.
Lightweight and strong, the unique lines and shape of the Kigumi Table’s base create a refined but simple aesthetic, making it the perfect centre piece in your home. The solid wood base is complemented by a veneered top with a chamfered edge, and a clear lacquer finish allows the natural warmth of the wood to come through.