Cinderella’s Chair

February 16th, 2010

“Cinderella’s Chair” by Anna Ter Haar is a collection of chairs with prostheses made of glass. Each prothesis was blown onto the chair to make fit perfectly. Glass however, is a very fragile material but the legs of glass are strong enough to carry weight.

Homerun

January 28th, 2010

Homerun by Sylvain Willenz.

Acne Furniture

January 26th, 2010

The Swedish creative agency Acne, which is mostly known for its fashion brand, presented its first furniture collection during the Paris fashion week. The started off from a Swedish design classic by Carl Malmsten: the Nya Berlin (New Berlin) Sofa. He designed it for the Swedish consulate in Berlin and hasn’t been in production since 1949. Acne stretched, squashed and pulled the simplistic shape to create new sculptural forms. The designs are of course upholstered with denim which they bleached and hand-dyed. I’m curious to see them in real life.

Origami Chair

January 21st, 2010

Origami Chair by So Takahashi.

Tidelight

January 11th, 2010

Tidelight, designed by Pierre Favresse for Petite Friture.

found at dezeen

Wooden Textiles

December 31st, 2009

Wooden Textiles by Elisa Strozyk.

found at yatzer

Rocker

December 9th, 2009

Rocker is an universal attachment to turn almost any four-legged chair into a real rocking chair. Designed by Oooms in cooperation with Meinte van de Meulen.

Rocker by Oooms

found at It’s Nice That

13 Chair Puzzle

December 8th, 2009

13 Chair Puzzle by Joshua Callaghan.

13 Chair Puzzle by Joshua Callaghan

13 Chair Puzzle by Joshua Callaghan

13 Chair Puzzle by Joshua Callaghan

found at vvork

Pop-up Table

November 30th, 2009

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal.

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal
photo by _tinnevl

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal
photo by _tinnevl

found at mocoloco

Flat Project

November 26th, 2009

The Flat Project is a collaboration between Jo Nagasaka and Shuhei Nakamura. They used translucent color epoxy on uneven surfaces to create these Flat Tables. The color of the surfaces are dependent on the depth of the epoxy layer. The flattening creates a diversity in color. You can go and see these table at happa inTokyo till December 19th.

Flat Project

Flat Project

Flat Project

Flat Project

Flat Project

Flat Project


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