Posts tagged as 'sofa'
'Moody Nest' by Hanna Emelie Ernsting, photo by Evi Künstle
“Form follows moods” – under this motto the German designer and graduate of Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe and École Nationale Supérieure des Art Décoratifs in Paris realised a series of three furniture that focus on the user’s emotional and physical condition – amongst them my favourite piece ‘Moody Nest’.
'DS-480' by Alfredo Häberli for de Sede
This futuristic convertible sofa is a redesign of a famous de Sede classic brought back to the collection with some alternations carried through by the Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli. Don’t miss to get an introduction of all the functions at the de Sede booth at imm cologne 2011.
'EJ-555 Frame' by Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen for Erik Jørgensen
Erik Jørgensen is one of the many Scandinavian companys which was founded in the mid century when Scandinavian design started to obtain worldwide glory. ‘EJ-555 Frame’, designed by the Copenhagen based duo Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen, is one of the newest sofas by the Danish manufacturer.
'DS-30' armchair by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez for de Sede
At this year’s Orgatec the Swiss manufacturer de Sede unveiled the new contract collection ‘DS-30′ designed by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez. The family of classical furniture is available in different shades from natural to strikingly colourful hues – an eye-catching detail are the all-round raised seams which can be tone-in-tone or a contrasting feature.
'LIS' by Sudio Segers for Indera
This minimalist and almost structureless lounge set was designed by Studio Segers for the Begian manufacturer Indera. Due to the highly weather resistant covering material in fabric or leatherlook, in addition with removable, washable covers, the seat units can be indoors and outdoors.
Achille Castiglioni's 'Sancarlo' sofa and armchair, produced by Tacchini and presented in early October in the designer's Milan studio
There’s something particularly pleasing about a designer’s iconic pieces being shown in their own studio, years after they were first launched – especially when the creative in question is Italian design legend Achille Castiglioni.
'Movie' by Rane Vaskivuori / Valvomo for Martela
The Finnish manufacturer Martela recently launched this new modular lobby furniture by the Helsinki based designer Rane Vaskivuori, member of the studio Valvomo Architects. ‘Movie’ consists of only two modules: a seat with a backrest and a seat without a backrest, which can be freely combined to form large sofa groups. The backrest version can also be used alone as an armchair.
'Frame' by CuldeSac for Indera
At the INTERIEUR 2010 in Kortrijk the Belgian manufacturer Indera is currently presenting the new sofa designed by the Spanish studio CuldeSac. ‘Frame’ is – the name says it all – especially characterised by its unique structure. CuldeSac brings the wooden structure of the sofa explicitly to the exterior which emphasises its solid character and exemplifies the high quality production.