Posts tagged as 'chair'

'Winter Passing' chair by Alexandra Kehayoglu and Maxi Ciovich

‘Winter Passing’ chair by Alexandra Kehayoglu and Maxi Ciovich

The woven wool seat back of Alexandra Kehayoglu and Maxi Ciovich’s ‘Winter Passing’ chair appears to spill over the bottom edge of the chair to form a rug.

 

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'The Universe of Mats Theselius' runs at the Vandalorum museum in Smaland from 15 June to 22 September, 2013

‘The Universe of Mats Theselius’ runs at the Vandalorum museum in Smaland from 15 June to 22 September, 2013; photo: John Nelander

One of Scandinavia’s most celebrated designers, Mats Theselius is a true master – and a magpie. His work can be situated in the fields of both art and design, ‘moving effortlessly…between utopia and practice, between exclusivity and popular expressions’, as Elna Svenle, director at Vandalorum, puts it.

 

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Thu 27.6.

‘Wooden Panton’ chair by Matthias Brandmaier (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.06.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'Wooden Panton' chair by Matthias Brandmaier

‘Wooden Panton’ chair by Matthias Brandmaier

Danish designer Verner Panton spent many years thinking about how to produce a plastic chair, moulded in one piece, that could be mass-produced and was stackable. Designer Matthias Brandmaier has created a one-of-a-kind homage to the now classic Panton chair, in wood, cut from a single beech trunk – with a chainsaw.

 

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Fri 31.5.

Carl Hansen & Son + Maharam Shell Chair Project

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.05.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

Carl Hansen & Son + Maharam Shell Chair Project

Carl Hansen & Son + Maharam Shell Chair Project, “Firm” by Sarah Morris

For the 50th anniversary of Hans J. Wegner’s Shell Chair, manufacturer Carl Hansen & Son has teamed up with textile brand Maharam to release 20 special versions of Wegner’s iconic design.

 

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Mon 13.5.

‘The Day After’ chair by Etienne Reijnders (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.05.2013 - Tagged as: ,

'The Day After' chair by Etienne Reijnders

‘The Day After’ chair by Etienne Reijnders

Etienne Reijnders’ ‘The Day After’ is an upcycled chair that began life as a shopping cart. Reijnders transforms run-down shopping carts into comfortable chairs. “Upcycling means adjusting an existing product into a durable product on a higher functional level” says Reijnders.

 

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'Spike' chair by Alexander Lervik for Gallery Pascale

‘Spike’ chair by Alexander Lervik for Gallery Pascale

20 years ago pioneer gallerist Pascale Cottard-Olsson arrived in Sweden and brought the first modern design gallery to Stockholm. Originally from France, Cottard-Olsson has since discovered a lot of young talent in Sweden and through the influential position of the gallery, and gallerist, many designers have gotten their first serious attention.

 

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‘DECEMBER’ chair by Jasper Morrison and Wataru Kumano for Nikari; photo by Chikako Harada

‘DECEMBER’ chair by Jasper Morrison and Wataru Kumano for Nikari; photo by Chikako Harada

The latest as well as the last of the 12 designs from Nikari’s year-long project DESIGNS FOR NATURE, which brought together some of world’s most renowned designers or design studios, who, each month, created a wooden product, this pared-down, minimalist chair was developed in a collaborative process between the famed English product and furniture designer Jasper Morrison and Tokyo-based Wataru Kumano. Made of ash and natural wood oil mixture, here’s what the creators of ‘DECEMBER’ say about its design: ‘”We talked about the pleasure in making things and the idea of a chair that could be bought in a box and built at home. Considering Nikari’s skill in wood work, we worked up the idea of a chair which could be made by following easy instructions…’ (more…)

Wed 5.12.

‘Owl’ chair by h220430 (JP)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 05.12.2012 - Tagged as: , , , , , , ,

‘Owl’ chair by h220430; photo by Ellie

Drawing their inspiration from two traditional Japanese art and craft techniques of origami and furoshiki, the Tokyo-based practice h220430 (established on April 30th, Heisei 22, hence the name) has realised this easy-to-assemble children’s chair called ‘Owl’. Made from a single sheet of a lightweight EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate), the chair’s straightforward, demountable design aims to ‘help nurture children’s creativity’ while making the chair storage and small-space friendly.

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