Archive for the ‘chair’ category

Do hit chair by Marijn van der Poll for Droog

June 30th, 2011

With the hammer provided and your own resources you shape the metal box into whatever you choose it to be. After a few minutes or hours of hard work you become the co-designer of Do hit.
If you want, you can buy it with van der Poll’s design too.

Lost in sofa armchair by Daisuke Motogi

June 28th, 2011

This comfy armchair design comes from Japanese architect Daisuke Motogi and is called “Lost in Sofa”. As its unusual name suggests, the chair has the ability to “lose” objects. Meaning that it allows its users to insert various items into it, such as notebooks, phones or the remote control, up to the point when one can not see them anymore.

Mozzarella chair by Tatsuo Yamamoto

June 24th, 2011

The image of this chair is mozzarella cheese—a vital ingredient to the Italian gastronom, which has unique resilience and a simple but light flavor similar to the Japanese tofu. This chair has the smooth and soft texture and the distinctive bounce just like that spoonful of fresh mozzarella cheese made from freshly squeezed buffalo milk.

Droog Rag Chair by Tejo Remy

June 23rd, 2011

The Droog Rag Chair by Dutch “green” designer, Tejo Remy, is a one of a kind, fully customizable chair made up of old clothing. The chair is the idea of Tejo Remy and is designed for Droog, which is a design company based in the Netherlands.

Royal Armchair by Modani

June 17th, 2011

As a spinoff to the old-world famous designs, Modani has transformed the White Royal Arm Chair from a classic model into a neo-baroque piece with bold features. The ornate wood work is hand carved with a florid pattern and intricate accents. The body of the chair, including the full back, is lined with leatherette and crafted into a robust foundation fit for royalty.

Transparent Furniture Collection by Tokujin Yoshioka

June 16th, 2011

Japanese creative designer Tokujin Yoshioka has presented the modern transparent furniture collection that is almost invisible. Look at the images! These transparent furniture designs are called the Invisibles Light. This modern transparent furniture collection is the series of acrylic furniture designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Italian brand Kartell.

Coat Check Chair by Continuum

June 15th, 2011

Coat Check is a chair design that seeks to encourage people to hang their coats up properly. The design simply appropriates the plastic hangers and the steel bar from a standard closet and creates a chair from those elements.

Gaudi Chair by Bram Geenen

June 10th, 2011

The Gaudi Chair furniture is the follow-up of the Gaudi Stool which was created in 2009, Designed by Dutch designer Bram Geenen. This chair was designed using the same method as Antoni Gaudi, who made models of hanging chains, which upside-down showed him the strongest shape for his churches.

Ivy Chair by h220430

June 9th, 2011

The artificial white color of “ivy chair” merges it into daily life without a sense of incompatibility. The intention of “ivy chair” is to make you feel comfortable as if you were surrounded by trees and flowers. Whenever you sit down in the chair it will prompt you to think about nature over its function as a chair.

Afro Chair by Yangsoo Pyo

June 2nd, 2011

Description by the designer, Yangsoo Pyo: “Afro” is a chair that employed the image of the hair style “Afro Permanent hair.” Springs are used to visualize the tangled and puffed up texture of the afro hair. The springs used to create the “Afro chair” are the two-ring binder springs used to bind together a notebook. The two-ring binders do not get tangled but rather wraps around each other.

Mold Chairs by Anders Johnsson and Petter Thörne

June 2nd, 2011

Anders Johnsson and Petter Thörne are a couple of young designers based in Stockholm, who are graduating from Sweden’s Konstfack University this spring. The two designers have created the Mold chairs as part of their final project for the Interior Architecture and Furniture Design program.

Nest Chair by Nina Bruun

May 31st, 2011

Influenced by the spring and of nature, this chair is inspired by a bird’s nest. My idea was to create a graphical chaos which still felt like a unified whole. The chair’s supporting structure consists of a bottom, seat and four stabilizing legs. To create a “nest feeling” I played with birch strips in different thicknesses and hurled them around the supporting structure.

Cellular chair by Mathias Bengtsson

May 27th, 2011

Composed of light-weight epoxy, ‘Cellular chair’ by danish-born, london-based designer Mathias Bengtsson not only adopts the appearance of an organic form but is actually designed based on the growth principles of human bones.

Scream, a hand woven aluminum chair by Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta

May 26th, 2011

Scream is a new aluminum chair from Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta of PIE Studio, an eco-friendly furniture design firm. Made with the same method as their prize-winning Steel Tongue chair, the piece is constructed by hand-weaving an aluminum skin over a stainless steel frame. According to PIE, ” The inspiration derives from a screaming mouth exposing the Uvula. The Uvula moves down and touches the floor as one sits on the chair.”

Design Chair Vuzzle by Christopher Daniel

May 24th, 2011

Vuzzle Chair consists of 59 cushions dividing the complete cube into voronoi cells. Each cushion has neodymium magnet underneath its surface to secure its cohesive status with adjacent cushions. Polysurface-shaped cushions with magent in each surface will provide enough bonding constraint to perform as chair with flexibility, yet removing individual cushions from the whole can be done with small force.

The Engraving Armchair by Emiliano Godoy

May 23rd, 2011

Mexican designer Emiliano Godoy has created the Engraving Armchair or Camouflage armchair for the Mexico City based manufacturer Pirwi. The camouflage is a low armchair made in Oriented Strand Board (OSB). The material is surfaced with a stained-black veneer, and has oversized lateral panels that partly hide the user.

Pine Art Furnitures

May 20th, 2011

These furniture pieces / sculptures are made of chopped pieces of pine wood, which give away the artist’s closeness to Mother Nature. The wood pieces are brought together and crafted to make this attractive piece of art. The creative style of the geometric form is unique and powerful in its simplicity.

The Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger

May 10th, 2011

Natural fiber composite meets design at Ventura Lambrate’s ‘Poetry Happens’ exhibition. Berlin-based designer/architect Werner Aisslinger, designed Hemp Chair the first monobloc chair designed using natural fibers that have been molded under heat using a special eco-friendly resin, resulting in a sustainable composite material. The project is supported and is in cooperation with the German chemical company BASF. Previewed at Milan Design Week 2011, the chair features a very complex design with soft curves and a visually captivating horizontal and vertical wing structure.

Softseating from Molo design

April 26th, 2011

The inspiration for softseating comes from a desire for flexible and spontaneous space making. softseating’s magnetic ends allow it to connect to itself forming a cylindrical stool or low table. Elements of the same size can also connect to one another to form long winding benches, providing endless seating topographies. Made from a single material, the beauty of these pieces sits between the representative and the abstract, creatively interchanging with one another.