Posts Tagged ‘chair’

Infinity Spa by Space Popular, Bangkok – Thailand

June 1st, 2018

In order to transport the user into a relaxing and pleasurable abstract world, we strategically placed the emphasis on the nearly 20 custom-designed furniture pieces that are positioned against a muted background of whiteness.

Cooper Tub Chair by Liqui Group

April 22nd, 2018

The Leather Tub Chair, with their distinctive oak legs, are also available in a variety of fabrics, including mohair, and as Liqui only manufactures to order, you can even specify your own materials. With a generous reclining position and deep seat, they are ideal for hotel or office reception chairs but would work just as well in a variety of hospitality and commercial interiors.

Oyster chair by Arturo Tedeschi (A>T) + Mindesk VR

April 14th, 2018

OYSTER chair is the first prototype designed using virtual reality techniques and manufactured through a 3D milling machine, remotely controlled. OYSTER anticipates future scenarios of smart working and features synergy between the expertise of Arturo Tedeschi in the field of generative modeling and the implementation of Mindesk’s Virtual Reality CAD interface.

Herit chair by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen

April 12th, 2018

Simon Legald used oak and plastic when creating this chair for Normann Copenhagen, which seeks to combine mid-century and contemporary Danish design in its form. Launching during this month’s Milan design week, the Herit chair – short for heritage – features a solid oak frame, an enveloping plastic backrest, and a sculpted plastic or upholstered seat.

Asana chairs by Ronda Design

April 9th, 2018

Generous shapes for a comfortable seat, fine upholstery covers that enhance the effect of the workmanship and the detailing in the padded backrest featuring a slightly pleated effect at the base ensure the entire collection proves to be sophisticated and feminine as well as particularly original.

Continuum3 3D printed chairs by John Briscella

March 30th, 2018

‘Nuum’ takes the classical form and progresses toward something new; in an homage to eames, Briscella adds the mathematical letter ’N’ — a non negative integer. ‘Geofrei’ is geometrical and free. ‘Seafoam’ is calming — the entire collection is one flush with history — past, present, and a 3D printed, highly optimized future.

YU collection by Mikiya Kobayashi

September 27th, 2017

“YU” has the meaning of ”thoughtful” in Japanese. This meaning is the brand concept. Mikiya designed 3 chairs at first. One of the 3 chairs is ”UC3”, is the symbolism of this brand. The distinctive feature of UC3 is its elegant wooden frame and leather back.

Mediterranean Reflections by Omelette-ed

September 25th, 2017

The Valencian company Omelette-Ed has launched its first collaborative collection for the home: three pieces created by different design studios that share a common philosophy: sustainability, timelessness and simplicity in the objects proposed.

STECCA family seating by Alban Le Henry for Colos

June 30th, 2017

The collection has been reproduced, in this case, with a new material, aluminum: used to make the product suitable for outdoor environment and, its lightness feeling with the variety of colors available, makes it perfect for interior spaces.

“Soft” Furniture Collection by Nendo

June 21st, 2017

Instead of going the typical padded route for softness, they used sheets of 1.5 mm thick polycarbonate and achieved a similar cushioning by laminating and bending it.

KLC chair by Alegre Design for OMP Group

May 28th, 2017

The KLC chair for OMP Group is designed to be a multi-purpose and versatile chair, capable of being adapted to all kinds of spaces and fully customisable, so that it fits into any context.

New collection by Alessandro Zambelli for Adele-C

May 22nd, 2017

The geometric fragmentation of the Black Walnut top communicates the desire to invest the object with dynamism. Like a macro-inlay, a weft is created, then broken down into neat panes. Its singularity lies in the repetitions in the same direction as the wood veins.

Milos collection by Dorigo Design for Sitland

May 16th, 2017

In Milos, the seat and back form a single whole, a streamlined and stylish single shell that outlines a shape oozing graceful beauty and ultimate comfort, resting on several types of wooden or aluminium bases.

Mogu chair for Sawaya & Moroni by Ma Yansong

April 30th, 2017

The seating was first created as a prototype for a public art installation, and is designed to live somewhere between public furniture and sculpture. Both resin and wood versions were presented at Milan design week.

Kimono chair by Ramon Esteve Estudio

April 21st, 2017

Inspired by traditional Japanese costumes, the kimono chair follows the line of research faceted shapes combined with the transparency game made with polycarbonate.


Sustainable table by Made in Ratio

March 29th, 2017

The tabletop has been crafted from bamboo plywood, chosen because bamboo is considered more sustainable than other timbers and grasses. The brand does plan to release more tabletops in solid woods and stones later this year. Each of the legs is designed with a triangular attachment point, which means that they can support the structure in any formation once the tabletop is in place.

SPLIT chair by Francesco Meda for COLOS

March 13th, 2017

SPLIT is a chair with original and innovative lines. Thanks to a reduced use of materials, SPLIT is thin and light, distinguished by a soft and elastic body conjugated to a more rigid and lasting base.

Design collection by Kaksikko

February 27th, 2017

The design expands on the form language of the Maissi bench, using simple cylindrical forms to create seating objects that are surprisingly light and comfortable. Referencing East Asian and Nordic typologies, the minimalistic form is made both strong and comfortable by the angle created between the upper rail, which sits atop the legs, and the lower rail, which rests just in front.

Under Bar Himmel chair collection by the Aalto University students

February 14th, 2017

Each student was given four-, five- and eight-millimetre-thick rods to work with. Working alongside the university’s metal workshop specialists, they all created and welded prototypes, before each was coated and galvanised at the Piliroinen Oy factory in Salo.

“The Coffee Ceremony” furniture collection by Hugh Miller

January 31st, 2017

The collection comprises a coffee cart, table, a communal bench, a stool and a chair – with each piece serving a different stage of the ritual. Mugs are held in woven loops in the cart, which also features a removable wooden panel that doubles as a tray.