KiBiSi goes to Milan

• April 12, 2010

KiBiSi debuts at Milan’s annual design fair Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2010 this week, featuring a limited edition chair for Wallpaper* magazine and a piece for Quinze & Milan.

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Shanghay Chair for Wallpaper*, image courtesy of Kibisi

Shanghay Chair for Wallpaper*

Designed by KiBiSi for the Danish Pavilion of the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the Shanghay chair is composed of 4 small boards of molded plywood folded around each other to form the simplest chair imaginable merging legs and seat, back and structure into 4 constituent parts.

The Wallpaper* color combination is a product of the commissioned limited edition of Shanghay chair made in collaboration with the Danish fashion brand Wood Wood. It is produced in only 250 pieces and consists of 6 different finishes that can be disassembled and reassembled to create your own personalized chair.

Manufactured by www.hay.dk

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Tripart Chair for Quinze & Milan, image courtesy of Kibisi

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Tripart Chair for Quinze & Milan, image courtesy of Kibisi

Tripart Chair for Quinze & Milan

The Belgian designer brand Quinze & Milan invited KiBiSi to create the ultimate simple knock down chair. We took an origami-like approach to avoid major tooling and out came a chair made from folded aluminum plates, from the least parts necessary to do a rational knock down chair. As the chairs are easy to disassemble and reassemble, you will be able to create your own hybrid designs by recombining colors of your choice.

Manufactured by www.quinzeandmilan.tv

+ About KiBiSi

Founded by Kilo Design / Lars Holme Larsen, BIG / Bjarke Ingels and Skibsted Ideation / Jens Martin Skibsted, KiBiSi is a Copenhagen based idea-driven industrial design firm. Each partner contributes with intelligence and experience from within his specific field providing KiBiSi with cutting edge knowledge and knowhow within the fields of architecture, design, furniture, electronics, transportation, contemporary culture and lifestyle.

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