The Furniture Collection designed by THE:ZOOM is inspired zippers, hence its name . One feature that makes everyday objects full of wit and humor. THE:ZOOM says that the every day objects must be reviewed, modified, expanded, and interpreted diverted while retaining their original function.
Clouds Seating Collection designed by by Jason Philips is inspired by the shape and lightness of clouds. They are made of fiberglass and reinforced with a stone-cast inner wall. The cloud seats will be available in white bronze and black.
Benchchair clearly takes its inspiration from the famous Monobloc Chair but puts the associations that any chair evokes into a new context. Its curved shape is extended into a voluminous body, thereby creating an abstract space, such that observers are confronted with a transformed hybrid.
Benchchair is an extremely graphic piece and its strength is in its purity – a thought provoking idea pared down to its essentials. The geometric forms created by the extension create a sculptural aspect to this unique hybrid bench .
Thanks is proud to release the ‘Sidekick Stool’, designed by Mt. Maunganui-based furniture designer Timothy John for the Thanks retail stores.Reminiscent of an old school science beaker, the Sidekick stool base resembles a line drawing that captures that familiar form, lightness and transparency.
While it occupies physical space it remains visually unimposing. As the contents of the beaker were traditionally contained with a cork stopper, a hand turned cork top completes the stool, following a powder coated steel base line resulting in a continuous, uninterrupted silhouette.
Cocoon 1 by Micasa Lab is a bubble retreat in Plexiglas to insulate you when ever you need. Cocoon 1 can be used in a room, outside or even in water. It can be used however you want: to relax, sleep, work, cook or as a storage space.
The range includes an armchair and two-seater sofa, covered either in a single fabric or two contrasting ones. The seats are made with a wooden frame upholstered in foam and include webbing in the backrest. Prototypes of the Apps collection were first presented in Milan last April and the range is now going into production.
Studio Segers introduced their latest project , the “Tailer Made” sofa produced by Indera, an ultra-modular sofa system that allows users to put together their own seating unit that is completely customised to their own taste and personal preferences.
The new enhanced seating system, designed by Studio Segers, offers a whole range of possibilities. The seating elements are available in different depths, you can choose models with seat backs with or without supporting cushions and armrests are available in three different heights. The accompanying solid wood table elements are available in different colours and can be combined according to your wishes.
Dutch designer Rutger de Regt made his international debut in Milan with two remarkable collections: The Happy Misfits and the Make & Mold series. Both furniture collections are made with self-developed techniques. The Happy Misfits concept is based on the process of manipulating the skin by flexible shaping.
Patrick Norguet in association with Kristalia just completed their latest project called the ‘Compas,’ stackable chair that can be used indoors and outdoors thanks to its materials. The seat and back are made of in polypropylene, whereas the legs, in an upside-down V-shape, are made of pressure die-cast aluminium with a weatherproof epoxy lacquer finish. Read More…
V5 Rocker the limited edition by designer A. Jacob Marks for Skram is culmination of a nine year evolution of lounge chairs. This rocking chair design has contemporary a real contemporary shape and highlights the purity of the lines and wood.
The Acapulco Chair is one of the most celebrated chair designs of the 20th Century. It is an anonymous design that emerged in the 1950’s in Hollywood’s favorite beach destination: Acapulco, Mexico.
The chair was born next to the famous “La Quebrada” divers cliff, a place visited by Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and where John and Jacqueline Kennedy headed for their honeymoon.
The design enjoyed continuous success for almost five decades – being a designer’s favorite for its clean lines and comfort. It was manufactured by several artisanal workshops in Mexico, slowly disappearing from the market at the turn of the 21st Century. After several design improvements, the chair is once again available with Electrostatic powder-coated steel frame and recycled UV filtered PVC woven cord shell, which makes it ideal for indoor and outdoor use.
The chair is available at thecommonproject, a design initiative based in Los Angeles, Barcelona, and Mexico City. In addition to this classic design, thecommonproject offers a stunning rocking chair version, as well as a kid’s size in both designs. Subtle and vibrant cord colors are the perfect accessory for any location.
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Gaga & Design has shared share with CubeMe the launching of their latest project, the Punti bench. Designed to be a colorful furniture piece, as color drops from a painter’s pallet, it has an asymmetrical shape & is roomy enough to seat 3 people and one cat.
Culdesac design studio has developed the ‘Ovo High Chair’ for spanish children’s furniture brand Micuna. The chair is made of polypropylene with wooden legs and special touches such as a footrest.
Culdesac Design Studio says:
We generated a complete all in all design capable to coexist in a domestic enviroment, surrounded of designer furniture without the need of been hidden. More than a highchair, we designed a modern chair that evolves as the kid grows up. Chair and user grow together.
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Design by Philippe Starck for Kartell, this fashionable armchair steps forward with three fabrics signed by Moschino. On the first miss the chair is drawn black and white hearts, on middle one with little more color; flying daisies flowers and on the third, the one that we like the most because it represents the most association between fashion and design; colorful fashion sketches.
During Design District, designer Robert Bronwasser from SMOOL introduced his furniture concept and other new products under the title ‘fashion furniture’. Bronwasser demonstrates that design can be practical, decorative and playful at the same time. In a colourful setting, he presented: the ‘fashion-inspired’ furniture collection ‘Casual’, ‘Spring’ a cheerful and practical watering can for Goods, ‘Bamboo’ a series of bamboo tables created for Creafort, ‘Spled’ LED spotlights for IdFrm, and several interior accessories for Cascando. Design District is the leading professional trade show for interior and design in The Netherlands. Read More…