Archive for the ‘stool’ category

Chat stools by Nadadora for Sancal

October 24th, 2011

Chat is a collection of poufs and stools conceived as a complement for home-like environments, that enables the creation of common places in collective spaces. It is the most appropriate piece of furniture to create intimate areas in public environments.

Stitching concrete by Florian Schmid

October 19th, 2011

Stitching concrete is a project by using the new material Concrete Canvas.It combines the softness of cloth with the stability of concrete. Once brought in the final shape, you just have to water the material and within 24h it will alomst harden out completely.

Néolivingstones by Smarin

October 5th, 2011

Nomadic exteriors furnishings, intimate and surprising. Huge pebbles comfortable and soft, as if polished by the air and the wind, assembled in an imaginary landscape, soothing and spiritual

Ausgebrannt stools by Kaspar Hamacher

September 20th, 2011

Belgian designer Kaspar Hamacher has produced a series of low stools / tables made from tree trunks which have been formed by use of fire.

Nook stool by Patrick Frey for VIAL

September 2nd, 2011

With the NOOK stool VarioLine®, a tried and tested material known from the automotive and marine industries, has been used in furniture design for the first time. The NOOK bench is also manufactured using VarioLine®.

Wooden stool by Zhukovets Vladislav

August 30th, 2011

The idea is very simple wanted to create beautiful and close, warm and harmless subject which it is pleasant to take in hands and on which it is pleasant to sit at which it is pleasant to look which can be presented or bought as a souvenir from Russia.

Antique Quilt Ottoman by HAY

August 26th, 2011

This eye-catching Mags Ottoman Antique Quilts featuring technicolor, graphic and geometric motifs is fantastic! Each ottoman is handmade from 4-5 layers of vintage saris hand tacked together and sourced from markets in the Rajasthan area of India.

Plopp stool by Zieta Prozessdesign

August 23rd, 2011

First shown on the exhibition of Young Creative Polish Designers in September 2009, the new Plopp Family includes: Mini Stool, Standard Stool and a Kitchen Stool. They work great socially – everyone will find a suitable height.

Vitae stool by Riva 1920

August 17th, 2011

A new idea of Riva 1920 realized in scented Lebanon cedarwood or in American walnut wood. Its shape reminds the characteristic threads of screws, basic elements for any kind of construction.

Arctic Rock by Jasper van Grootel

August 15th, 2011

Dutch designer Jasper van Grootel has created the Arctic Rock Collection. The uniquely shaped ‘Arctic Rock’ series is a collection of furniture with a facetted surface, completely sculpted out of solid wood and finished with a high gloss polished paintwork.

Hechima 5 by Ryuji Nakamura

August 8th, 2011

It is made of sheets of firm industrial paper that have been stuck together in many wavy layers to make the holes look like a net.

WIKL portable seat by Gerlinde Gruber

August 1st, 2011

WIKL is a lovely, portable seat. Five and a half meters fabric is wrapped around the wooden trestle – so the bare trestle becomes a comfortable stool. The knotted ends of the cloth strip provide an opportunity for easy carrying. WIKL is truly uncomplicated: alterable, stackable, easy to clean and reclothe.

Dexter stool by Andreas Farkas for Lammhults

July 25th, 2011

One of the first creatives to team up with the brand was Andreas Farkas, who designed a series of linear stools called ‘Dexter’, which were presented in the Zona Tortona during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile earlier this month. The multifunctional stools can be arranged together and their complex developing process is described by Lammhults as ‘an inspiring challenge for the company’s designers’.

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.

Osorom by Konstantin Grcic for Moroso

June 29th, 2011

The circular seating system by Konstantin Grcic is a skilful combination of emptiness and lightness. An environmental sculpture which boasts airiness wherever placed; its frame, a combination of fibreglass and resin, conveys an idea of visual transparency.

Hexagon by Steven Holl for Horm

June 23rd, 2011

Hexagon is a system comprising two modules which, flanked one next to the other, create an infinity of compositions for any need. Usable as a shelf or chair, both indoors and outdoors. Once again, Horm and Steven Holl have experimented with new materials.

Cloud Stool by Studio Joon&Jung

June 14th, 2011

Joon&Jung, the design studio of Joonsoo Kim and Jungyou Choi, based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands; have designed the Cloud Stool, which they will introduce at the 2010 DMY show
in Berlin, Germany.

Coral Seating by Studio Aisslinger

June 13th, 2011

In the age of a collage-living scenario the coral modules are a transparant and open kind of geodetic structure with a strong sculptural appearance. Influenced by the shapes of microorganisms of marine life the overall shape is a multiple duplikation of submodules which create the CORAL shape.

Handknitted Wool Poufs And Rugs By Christien Meindertsma

June 9th, 2011

Young Dutch Designer Christien Meindertsma plays with shapes and sheep for her Flocks project. Some of her creations (besides garments) are quite impressive – handmade poufs and rugs, handknitted with giant knitting needles.