Tag: Modern Chair

“LUA” / A43

“LUA” / A43

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• March 12, 2014 • Comments (0)

A43 has created the bedside table integrated with lighting. The idea of this bedside table arose from the merger of a lamp with the support we have for books beside our bed or our couch. Inspired by a modernist concept, can be implemented in various materials, and that can go from wood to polished metal. […]

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Layer Chair for mitab \ Oliver Schick Design

Layer Chair for mitab \ Oliver Schick Design

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• March 1, 2014 • Comments (0)

The idea of LAYER was inspired by a tower of stacked chairs. The chair legs are fixed between an upper and a lower seat shell, what makes it a lightweight but durable sandwich structure. The circumferential open construction makes LAYER appear in a unique typology and due to the seamless transition between seat shell and […]

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Octahedrons \ Benjamin Migliore

Octahedrons \ Benjamin Migliore

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• January 13, 2014 • Comments (0)

Barcelona-based designer Benjamin Migliore has recently created the modern chair – Octahedrons. It is inspired by a pyramidal shape, this stool consist of 2 octahedrons using a triangular base. It is a multifonctional stool: can be used as a high stool when in a vertical position or as a seat for two when in horizontal […]

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Plum Stool Series by Alvaro Uribe Design awarded the Red Dot Concept Design Award

Plum Stool Series by Alvaro Uribe Design awarded the Red Dot Concept Design Award

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• August 16, 2013 • Comments (0)

The Plum Stool is a concept that organically combines structure, form and material into one. The aerodynamic form of the Plum Stool emulates the way that natural forms grow and evolve, always aiming for efficiency. The stool mimics this philosophy, but towards a seating surface. Using state-of-the-art 21st-century material and technologies the stool would be […]

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Antler chair \  Dongsung Jung

Antler chair \ Dongsung Jung

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• August 10, 2013 • Comments (0)

Antler? NO! Chair. “Antler chair” Antler shape was used as a design motif. Aluminum frame and fabric was used as the main ingredient It is light and simple, and can be used easily. with vivid color to target young people or single life style Design proceeded. Also, consider the aesthetics to the interior harmony which. […]

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A Seat called Ferula \ Calia Italia

A Seat called Ferula \ Calia Italia

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• August 4, 2013 • Comments (0)

Calia Italia creates Ferula, the seat made of wood, ferulas and bands of leather or fabric. Born from grandmothers’ skillful needlework and from the extraordinary materials that can be found locally, Ferula playfully combines jointed strips with needlework. The wood-crafted framework has holes of different dimensions, designed to house the ferulas and to wrap the […]

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D.I.Y Garden Furniture \ Itay Kirshenbaum

D.I.Y Garden Furniture \ Itay Kirshenbaum

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• July 13, 2013 • Comments (2)

Israelis designer Itay Kirshenbaum shared with us his recent project – D.I.Y Garden Furniture. + All images courtesy Itay Kirshenbaum

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The Bat Chair \ Baltasar Portillo

The Bat Chair \ Baltasar Portillo

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• May 28, 2013 • Comments (0)

The Bat Chair, is the third sculptural Chair part o the “transparency series” in which the central objective is to create subtle accent pieces that do not interfere with the view of the space, but still remain a strong visual accent that the spectator can see trough it as the piece merges with the space. […]

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KAARLO I and II Rocking Chairs \ Lincoln Kayiwa

KAARLO I and II Rocking Chairs \ Lincoln Kayiwa

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• May 8, 2013 • Comments (0)

These atypical rocking chairs come in an array of materials and finishes. You can decorate them whichever way you want to with cushions, throw pillows and blankets. The two easy to assemble flat-pack models are suitable for both homes and public spaces. You may not only relax in the KAARLO I, but it will also […]

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Parabola Chair \ Carlo Aiello

Parabola Chair \ Carlo Aiello

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• May 8, 2013 • Comments (0)

The design intention of the Parabola Chair by Los Angeles-based product designer Carlo Aiello was to create a simple and porous yet highly sculptural chair. The challenge was to achieve a single surface that serves as seating, armrest, and backrest supported by a minimal structure. Although the chair exhibits curvatures in two directions (hyperbolic paraboloid) […]

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