Icila Chair is creation of the young French designer Cecile floor. Icila is made from a single sheet of steel, cut and folded, without welds. The seat is wide (57 cm) and surprisingly supple.
“SuperFoam” Seating by Rich Gilbert is an experimental project conducted by the student Rich Gilbert at the Royal College of Art in London. The chair is made from a foam casting in a square structure filled with balloons.
What if we had the power to manipulate nature’s structures?
SuperFoam is a re-creation of naturally occurring reticulated foam structures through a casting process that facilitates designing the properties of the foam itself. By developing the casting process the properties of the foam could be controlled so the chair flexed and deformed to create a supportive structure.
Born in 1968, Kenneth Cobonpue has come a long way and garnered so many Asian Design awards in a short span of time.
The Harry Rocking Stool is available in a bunch of shaggy colors: yellow, light green, moss green, brown, red, and black. I kinda wish it came in white.
With her series of wooden sculptures the German designer Judith Seng continues the research on conceptual surfaces. She explores the ideal of perfect surfaces by creating and destructing them within the same object.
Kenneth Cobonpue designed this chair to look just like a flower,
It is created from microfibre stitched over top resin with a steel base. I think the playfulness and realism of its form is a testament to KC’s talent.
Phat Knits created by Dutch designer Bauke Knottnerus is a series of brilliantly over scaled furniture pieces. Despite the fact that the designer claims that he doesn’t really see himself as a furniture designer. “I’m more like a material designer,” he explains. “These things I make could end up as furniture or as textiles, it’s more like creating media that can be used to construct a coat or a carpet or a curtain.” Knit, woven, knotted or piled like spaghetti, the series includes seating, rugs, and multifunctional interior objects.
Satoshi Itasaka from h220430 Japanese design studio has sent us the Ivy Chair.
The Ivy Chair, a graceful armchair covered in white leaves is one graceful armchair that makes you feel like sitting on the soft leaves.
These Human Furniture Collection created by Paris-based design studio Samal Design are “inspired by men’s beauty and sensuality”. A bit disarming and some of the poses I dare say a bit awkward… do their best to entice at least a conversation about it or a second look.
Fiore comes from B-alance, a Swiss design company.
Inspired by the form of blossoms, the handmade Fiore garden sofa allows for a wide range of combinations.
It can be arranged as set, lounger or as daybed. Fiore consists of a stable rust-free aluminium frame and synthetic rattan.
Metrofarm Bed can be used as a giant lounge chairs as well as a normal bed.
They come in two versions – open to one side or open to two sides. The angle at the headrest allows you to go into an optimal chill position.
Spanish based furniture brand, Sancal recently has released a new chair named NOSSO which is consisted of one armchair and two sofas.
La Cubitera has chosen a lightweight design which will endure throughout time. Nosso consists of one armchair and two sofas, and adapts to the surrounding objects by blending into any space. Apart from the light profile of the structure, what makes Nosso an unmistakable design is the subtle turn which joins the seat with the arm. Nosso can be upholstered in fabric, leather or synthetic leather. The metallic structure is made of chromed steel.
Téo Jasmin, a French studio by graphic designer Angéline Bailly, uses cutting edge digital technology to transfer traditional photographs onto home textiles such as throw pillow covers, lampshades, wallpaper, and chairs.Teo Jasmin offers home decor that combines epic pop art classics with the sophistication and fashion legacy of Brigitte Bardot in Paris to the taxi and sky line of the Big Apple.
Blofield Inflatable Chesterfield Armchair created by Jeroen Van de Kant gives your garden a makeover and glam. So portable you can take this blow up couch away camping or just down the park but you do need an electricity supply for the Pump included which makes it’s easy to blow up, and when you’ve finished it deflates in 5 minutes.
Ron Arad‘s approach always creates a challenge in the way materials are used in both the design and production stages.
His new Do Lo Res created for Moroso mixes and merges the worlds of the arts, design and technology. Do Lo Res is a very up-to-the-minute sofa composed of several soft, square-based cube- or rectangular-shaped units of various heights. The units are arranged in rows to form the shape of the sofa, and fixed to a platform by steel pins.
Swiss designer Michel Bussien’s Growing Chair evokes pertinent ideas for the 21st century: nature trapped within the confines of man, manicured at his whim, or a specimen preserved behind glass – like fossils in a museum.
Happy Chaise Longue created by Dima Loginoff. The alcoves seating is wide enough to seat the occupant comfortably. As apparent, this lounger has a modern take on the classic love seat albeit it positions the partners in a side-by-side manner, respecting each other’s space. Using plastic and chrome plated steel for moulding the form, it’s sturdy enough to complement the fragile look.
Designer Dror Benshetrit has created this Peacock Chair for Capellini. The seating features looping folds to create a nice seating surface consisting of no conventional upholstery characteristics.
The Peacock chair is produced by Cappellini Studio who is famous for cutting edge modern furniture.
Spanish designer Vicente Soto has designed the Eboli Collection for Capdell Sillala, a serie of chairs, armchairs, barstools, and benches that marries the oval and the rectangle in geometric harmony.
They keep the characteristic features of the 18th century, but also ignore the ornaments of the time, celebrating this way the beauty of curved and straight lines.