Bark Furniture is delighted to announce the launch of their new Acorn One-Seater and Two-Seater chairs alongside launching Bark Jr with a mini version of the Kustom armchair. Their latest additions to the Acorn range were inspired by an old piece of furniture spotted in a second hand shop while travelling through South America, and the resulting designs are neatly infused with a sense of history while still remaining firmly in the present.
Loaf reveals their Geronimo chair in a gorgeous new gunmetal colour, available from mid-June. The original white Geronimo chair, launched in March 2013 as part of their new kitchen tables and chairs range, has proved so popular that they decided to give the design a makeover in gunmetal.
Stylish as well as original, the Geronimo is hand-welded by skilled metal workers the old fashioned way. With an industrial look it is still a supremely comfy piece with a natural linen seat pad. Geronimo’s style works equally well with both traditional and contemporary tables.
A beautifully comfortable chair with great curves and a swivel base.The designers at JDD, lead by a design philosophy above anything else, create products that tackle the issues of the evolving modern space.
All their products are made locally in the United Kingdom working with their own team of craftmen with almost a decade of experience.
Los Angeles based designer Carlo Aiello recently won the prestigious 2013 ICFF Studio Award with the Parabola Chair. 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 all its components are straight and easy to manufacture. In order to achieve perfect comfort both curvatures were carefully calibrated to hold the body in the best position.
Though not in the same league as other multi-purpose chairs listed here, The Stooler wins a place for sheer innovation. Rather than being a chair that can turns into other things, it is something that can turn anything into a chair.
Though The Stooler can literally transform anything, from a ball to a pile of papers to a bale of hay into a functional chair, it’s not guaranteed that it will actually be comfy. The Stooler is the type of thing you want packed away in your camping gear so you can knock up a canny little seat with whatever is lying around. Read More…
Less Armchair by Attila Jónás pushes the boundaries of product design, It is a minimalist furniture that was born from several issues.
What is the design or art, what is beautiful and what is ugly, how far we can go, what do we call, a well-designed product? If something is simple , is it beautiful as well? Why? If less is more, a little is much? How does the simplest armchair look like?
This one’s for the hoarders; the adaptable design by Stephen Schulz allows for users to fill in the gaps with whatever they wish. Choose colourful fabrics and cushions, cuddly toys, or the entire contents of your desk draws. The idea behind the chair was to hand over design flexibility to the owner and to give them a chance to make their own mark on it by filling the gaps with whatever takes their fancy. The designers suggest using fully recycled and upcycled goods to retain the eco-friendly ethos.
A contemporary twist on the Victorian Tete a Tete love seat, the Double View bench encourages you to change your perspective with a minimal effort. The double backrest pivots around an axis located below the seat and thus two people can sit side by side, or in opposing directions. You choose, then change.
Designer Chloe De La Chaise mixes design and craftsmanship in this wooden bench which is produced to her specifications by a French cabinet maker whose work is recognized by the “Ateliers d’Art de France” . Double View bench is as superbly crafted as it is designed. The small dimensions (a true 2 person bench) make it the pefect choice for limited spaces.
Tokujin is introducing his latest collection of stool and side table called ‘Sparkle’ designed for the renown brand Kartell.The collection will be shown at the Milan Salone del Mobile 2013. SPARKLE furnitures shines by refraction of light from the prism effect as like a crystal glass. The furnitures seems to be carved from crystal and make them look like precious jewels.
We just receive the photographs about Zaha Hadid latest project realized for an auditorium. The seating called Array have been built in partnership with Italian brand Poltrona Frau Contract. These audience seatings was once a conventional form has been completely redesigned.
A self-rotating structure built on the principles of Euclidean geometry with the back, arms and seat appearing to form a single flower bud ready to burst open. The Array design incorporates dynamic angles to create a range of unique visual effects that change according to the viewer’s vantage point and transform the theatre into a welcoming self-contained place. Read More…
The hyper-realistic plush soft sculptured pancakes not only look but feel just like the real thing. The non-subtle scale and luxury fabric trims accent a taste for fashion and drama. The result is a sensory and magic experience where they serve up the good design of an ordinary object and flip it to a level of contemporary functional art. Each unique work can be purchased alone or order up a stack.
Making the ordinary extraordinary is the mission of Dutch designer Robert Bronwasser (1968). His charismatic vision has led to innovative designs that area self-evident combination of form and function. Connecting the functional essence of every day products to a new kind of industrial clarity. Recognisable, pleasurable and tangible. During the 52nd Salone del Mobile in Milan Bronwasser will show his latest work at Ventura Lambrate 2013.
If you want to experience the sparkle design can bring, a visit to Bronwassers exposition in Milan is a must-do. His inspiring vision on industrial design and material use will certainly stir things up. Rethinking everyday products he upcycles their use, form and aesthetics to an extraordinary next gen cool.
WEWOOD – Portuguese Joinery is pleased to present you one of its most recent news “SORRI” chair. Designed by Gonçalo Campos, this chair is inspired on a smile, it was made to provide a great comfort.
It was designed for wood lovers; its shapes are highlighted by a sendler outline which frames the seat and the back, clearly showing the versatility and nobility of the material.Easily recognized by its large curved surfaces, it has an ample space for other items such as a handbag, a jacket or a book, this chair was designed for moments of rest and reflection. Several design details have been considered in this chair to highlight its solid construction and its main curve which remind an attractive and confident smile.
Created by Belgian designer C Bench and Stone uses a single strand of carbon fiber twisted around a mold. When the mold is removed the resulting structure is airy yet incredibly strong and becomes a strong graphic element in this ultra contemporary garden. The resulting structure is airy yet incredibly strong. This exceptional limited edition series will be limited to 10 pieces and is suitable for both public and private spaces.
‘These ‘logos of reality’ are created using traditional woodblock techniques and then applied to walls as a second skin covering interior floors, walls and recently an entire residential building in upstate New York. In these instances, Woods’s art expresses an extreme version of Englishness by taking over a space and saturating it with iconography. Logo Chair by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong is on display now at Galerie VIVID in Rotterdam until March 17, 2013.’
Designer Seung Han Lee has developed a dual function chair designed for small area that features a series of slots that provide the perfect place to put your magazines.
I have produced a unique and innovative piece of furniture, which was inspired by the idea of combining a magazine rack and chair into one multi-functional, space saving design. The chair was made from stainless steel to give a more lively reflective quality to the chairs aesthetic appearance. The design’s most important feature is that your magazines can be stored away conveniently by hanging them open on the rails at the last page you read and thus yo do not lose your place.
Serhan Yenilmez just sent the photos of his latest projects designed for future recreational areas of local cities of Turkey. He used impregnated wood for urban spaces for a longer life and sustainability. Serhan mixes the wood and stone and integrate nature into its design to make it more intimate and cosy. Read More…
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.