Archive for the ‘chair’ category

Steps by Raw Edges

October 26th, 2017

‘Steps” is a new concrete seating design, aimed to redefine how people use public space. Commissioned by Greenwich Peninsula in association with NOW Gallery we have created scaled up armchair like seats forming an urban texture which invites people to dwell, play, lean and relax on, in this new swathe of London.

MoMo 2.0 – Modular Furniture by TACADI, Sao Paulo – Brazil

October 19th, 2017

The furniture consists of an open system that includes several modules, in this case in particular resolves a chair, table, storage sectors, tending, ironing sector, etc. These can operate autonomously, as well as be linked together, creating a dynamic and versatile system.

YU collection by Mikiya Kobayashi

September 27th, 2017

“YU” has the meaning of ”thoughtful” in Japanese. This meaning is the brand concept. Mikiya designed 3 chairs at first. One of the 3 chairs is ”UC3”, is the symbolism of this brand. The distinctive feature of UC3 is its elegant wooden frame and leather back.

Mediterranean Reflections by Omelette-ed

September 25th, 2017

The Valencian company Omelette-Ed has launched its first collaborative collection for the home: three pieces created by different design studios that share a common philosophy: sustainability, timelessness and simplicity in the objects proposed.

Domino, the new Talenti Outdoor Living collection by Marco Acerbis

September 21st, 2017

Domino consists of sofas, armchairs, side chairs and different types of tables; this collection offers something to suit every situation and is capable of transforming outdoor spaces into an aesthetic pleasure.

Sweet Samurai by Fromme & Blum

September 18th, 2017

This means: High concerns for the product and no throwaway mentality. To that end Sweet Samurai is made from bavarian wood and hand-welded steel frames, powder-coated in six lovely colours for a lifetime and at retail prices calculated transparently.

Biomorphic furniture by Mathias Bengtsson

August 28th, 2017

The furniture series explores the possibilities of software contribution to artistic creation, wherein 3D printing serves as an analogue for representing organic forms. Bengtsson begins with what he calls ‘the promise of technology’ – ‘the desire to push the limits of what is imaginable, and the will to create objects unlike any that have existed before’.

PEDRALI FOX armchair by Patric Norguet

August 7th, 2017

The elegant collection of armchairs, outcome of the collaboration with the French designer and the intense research work on solid wood and plastic materials, is featured by distinctive character and contained dimensions, but above all by an identifying design with an harmonious mix of materials.

PEDRALI FOX by Patric Norguet

STECCA family seating by Alban Le Henry for Colos

June 30th, 2017

The collection has been reproduced, in this case, with a new material, aluminum: used to make the product suitable for outdoor environment and, its lightness feeling with the variety of colors available, makes it perfect for interior spaces.

Pull Furniture Series by CL3 and Lim + Lu

June 28th, 2017

When a piece is in one posture, one can notice subtle hints that it can be used in another stance. This exploration resulted in 12 pieces of multi-purpose portable furniture. Due to the bespoke nature of these furniture pieces, its context was crucial to the success of the project.

“Soft” Furniture Collection by Nendo

June 21st, 2017

Instead of going the typical padded route for softness, they used sheets of 1.5 mm thick polycarbonate and achieved a similar cushioning by laminating and bending it.

KLC chair by Alegre Design for OMP Group

May 28th, 2017

The KLC chair for OMP Group is designed to be a multi-purpose and versatile chair, capable of being adapted to all kinds of spaces and fully customisable, so that it fits into any context.

New collection by Alessandro Zambelli for Adele-C

May 22nd, 2017

The geometric fragmentation of the Black Walnut top communicates the desire to invest the object with dynamism. Like a macro-inlay, a weft is created, then broken down into neat panes. Its singularity lies in the repetitions in the same direction as the wood veins.

Milos collection by Dorigo Design for Sitland

May 16th, 2017

In Milos, the seat and back form a single whole, a streamlined and stylish single shell that outlines a shape oozing graceful beauty and ultimate comfort, resting on several types of wooden or aluminium bases.

Egon Collection of furniture for Alki by Iratzoki Lizaso

May 11th, 2017

Each piece is stripped of extraneous adornment to keep their silhouettes simplified and fairly minimalist, while still remaining aesthetically pleasing for all the modern design lovers out there.

Furniture collection by Färg & Blanche for Milan Design Week 2017

May 3rd, 2017

Inspired by a three-month residency in Japan and in particular by the armor worn by Samurai warriors, for their latest furniture collection, they have been putting metal through their hardy sewing machines.

Mogu chair for Sawaya & Moroni by Ma Yansong

April 30th, 2017

The seating was first created as a prototype for a public art installation, and is designed to live somewhere between public furniture and sculpture. Both resin and wood versions were presented at Milan design week.

Kimono chair by Ramon Esteve Estudio

April 21st, 2017

Inspired by traditional Japanese costumes, the kimono chair follows the line of research faceted shapes combined with the transparency game made with polycarbonate.


Izoard chairs by Ronda Design

April 7th, 2017



Ronda Design’s constant research into shapes, materials and functions has led to the production of a seat with sophisticated taste, chic and contemporary style, suitable for living with a marked personality.

Sustainable table by Made in Ratio

March 29th, 2017

The tabletop has been crafted from bamboo plywood, chosen because bamboo is considered more sustainable than other timbers and grasses. The brand does plan to release more tabletops in solid woods and stones later this year. Each of the legs is designed with a triangular attachment point, which means that they can support the structure in any formation once the tabletop is in place.