Posts Tagged ‘chair’

Corner Chair by Anton Björsing

If you have flair for unusual things and love to collect items that bring an element of spunk to your home decor, then this round-the-corner chair can be your piece de resistance. The unique and elegant chair has been designed by Anton Björsing and can instantly add a zing to your home decor. It is […]

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The Inception Chair by Vivian Chiu

When optical illusions meet real life, they create dimension defying, eye watering. The Inception Chair surprises an artistic concept that was put to good use. By nesting one chair frame into another, designer Vivian Chiu managed to create a beautiful chair design that plays with perspective in a creative way. Chair-like objects were placed within each other, […]

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Wood Chairs By Espasso

Created by Brazilian furniture designer Carlos Motta, the Asturias reclaimed wood chairs and matching rocking chairs are clearly rustic, clearly distinct designs … in other words, bold rustic designs. These are sophisticated pieces of furniture to be appreciated for years to come. Built using reclaimed and demolition wood that is plentiful in Brazil’s urban centers, the chairs look […]

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Chair by Et Al

In collaboration with industrial designer William Lee Et Al. Collective presented the new unique chair called LEAN. It is a sculptural yet simple piece designed to bring purpose to a universally under-utilized space; the corner. The versatile piece stands alone as a sculptural element, but also has dual functionality as furniture. When upright in a […]

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Book shelf by Peter Böckel

German designer Peter Böckel is present this combined book shelf and lamp at DMY Berlin. Called Readme, the design resembles a stretched lamp shade with the books stashed in a void between the two ends. The steel cabinet is supported on maple legs and light is emitted from the translucent top surface. Readme is the convergence of a […]

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Sofa by Yuya Ushida for Ahrend

Yuya Ushida presented an expanding plastic sofa for Dutch company Ahrend. Called XXXX_Sofa, the piece is made of 8000 sticks and 2000 rings that snap together. The components are injection-moulded from recycled plastic bottles. A stool version with 600 parts is available in kit form. XXXX_Sofa/XXXX_Stool are industrial version of Ushida’s Graduation project SOFA_XXXX for the […]

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Chair by Matthias Demacker for Area DeClic

Munich designer Matthias Demacker presented his chair with interchangeable upholstery pads for Italian brand Area DeClic in Milan last month. Called Mixx, the chair has a metal frame designed so customers can choose three different-coloured pads to form the seat and backrest. Mixx is a chair that is designed for having the possibility of various […]

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Chair by UNStudio for Wilde + Spieth

Dutch architects UNStudio will present angular white plastic chair at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this week. Called New Amsterdam Chair, the design was originally created for the New Amsterdam Plein and Pavilion in New York by UNStudio and has now been developed for production with German firm Wilde + Spieth. Originally conceived […]

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Spelling furniture designed by Tabisso

Time to refurbish you lounge or office with these awesome typographic chairs or lamps. Do we have to spell it out for you? These alphabet chairs and punctuation-mark lamps by Tabisso are too cool! This personalized lounge furniture by Tabisso lets you customize your decor in a funky, fun way. Match it to your name, […]

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Moon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso

In the collaboration with MOROSO, an exhibition “TWILIGHT-Tokujin Yoshioka” will take place at MOROSO Showroom in Milan this April. At the exhibition, an installation “TWILIGHT” by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and a series of chairs named “MOON”, will be presented. The installation “TWILIGHT”, releasing the infinitive light rays in the white space, creates a scene […]

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