Archive for the ‘chair’ category

Saxum double-sided chair by Simone Carminati for Gruppo Pozzi S.r.l.

August 2nd, 2011

Saxum is a double-sided chair that is the result of an intelligent blend of artistic form, creative concept and technical know-how. It is made using an environmentally friendly manufacturing process that consists of combining successive layers of corrugated cardboard.

Crochet Crochet lounge by Ruth Fore

July 27th, 2011

Upon first glance Crochet Crochet appears to be composed of a chaotic mess of wire but when viewed in closer detail the organized woven structure is revealed.

Stardust – Via Lattea by Mario Bellini for Meritalia

July 18th, 2011

The magic “Stardust” created in 2007 for Meritalia returns this year in the pure white and diaphanous fabric named “Via Lattea”: the evolution of the range of padded furniture, again literally filled with transparent bubbles of pure air and sidereal light.

Skin Collection by Pepe Heykoop

July 15th, 2011

Amsterdam based designer Pepe Heykoop has created ‘Skin Collection’, a series that uses existing furniture and scrap leather to form new compositions from unwanted items. Triggered by the large amount of waste produced in the furniture industry – reaching 30% at times – the design looks to reinterpret the disregarded objects and material in a new and whimsical way.

Dharma Lounge Chair by Palette Industry

July 14th, 2011

An interesting approach for seating and chair designed by Palette Industry, this typography chair is called The Dharma Lounge . The use of laser cutters in furniture design is starting to make these typographic efforts relatively easy to produce. The Lounge chair is cut to display the following saying: Stand, Forget, Breathe, Acknowledge & Observe.

Bahia Chair by 20age

July 13th, 2011

The following vintage chair called the Bahia Chair was created by 20age. It was reupholstered in yellow velvet cord and yellow and green checked cotton. The buttons are turquoise. On the back, 20age placed 5000 Brazilian ribbons. According to 20age, these ribbons are a lucky charm in Brazil. You can be sure that this amazing chairs is as comfortable as it’s stylish.

Sharpei by Cappellini

July 12th, 2011

A “textile” chair with a simple soul and a light and indefinite image. Sharpei is manufactured in beechwood and “dressed” with a fixed crumpled housse available in cotton gobelin or in white/black cotton patterned with “cappellini” logo or even in a metallic bronze-colour fabric.

Pasha Transparent Chair by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli for Pedrali

July 8th, 2011

Known because of its dynamic design, An Italian manufacturer Pedrali has introduced new stylish chair called Pasha Chair. Pasha is modern armchair designed by Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli. Both designers have described Pasha Chair as synthesis between tradition and innovation. Come in barely transparent and ethereal look, Pasha will look great for contemporary or modern décor.

Erosio by Hermann August Weizenegger

July 7th, 2011

The Erosio chair also emerged from a 3D design and acquires its shape from the layering and turning of material, in this case, layers of paper. As with the other designs, the designer started with the basics of the design sculpture Muse. The compact arrangement of 900 sheets of paper lends the chair its solid state.

Jean Prouve by G-Star RAW Exhibition

July 1st, 2011

The designs of French designer and artisan Jean Prouve will be in display in a new exhibition that opened today in Germany. Consisting of several furniture designs, the collection comes from Jean Prouve’s recent collaboration with furniture company Vitra.

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.