Posts tagged as 'wood'
Läufer + Keichel's 'Rip' chair is composed from 21 solid wood slats
The Berlin-based practice Läufer + Keichel has just sent us these images of their recently-developed chair, ‘Rip’. Composed from a total of 21 differently-sized solid wood slats, the chair features an innovative, flexible backrest that adapts to user’s movements. The design will be put into production by the German manufacturer Schneiderschram in October. (more…)
'Luukku' chair by Satoshi Ohtaki
It might very well be due to our recent obsession with this book, but we couldn’t help but notice that this curiously-detailed ‘Luukku’ chair created by the Japanese-born architect, designer and the Aalto University School of Engineering student Satoshi Ohtaki is in fact, smiling.
The intricate joinery of the 'Mouri' series
The Tokyo-based designer Masanao Furukawa of Rends Design Works practice has developed this series of three-legged, wooden furniture whose unorthodox, labyrinthine joinery was inspired by a Japanese maxim: ‘though one arrow can easily be broken, three arrows banded together cannot.’ The collection, which was presented earlier this year at Milan’s Salone Satellite, encompasses three stools of varying heights, a table and a twig-like coat stand. (more…)
'Bark' chair by CreativeAffairs
The latest addition to Architonic’s growing collection of fresh, innovative and frequently out-of-the-ordinary prototypes by young and up-and-coming designers from all over the world, this elegant, yet playful, chair has been realised by the Barcelona-based practice, CreativeAffairs (who our regular readers will remember from July’s ‘Osux’ post). (more…)
'Little Ben' table by Studio Dreimann
Studio Dreimann, the Hannover-based design practice established in 2010 by former fellow students Jonas Ette, Simon Kux and Tim Prigge, has created this beechwood side table called ‘Little Ben’. The design was inspired by the form of a traditional English tea table and it will be presented at Copenhagen Design Week – CODE 11 – next week (1 – 4 September). (more…)
'Rever' chair by Jonas Nyffenegger
The young designer and this year’s industrial design graduate (BA) Jonas Nyffenegger has created this adjustable ‘Rever’ chair which was presented as part of the graduate exhibition showcasing the final year projects from the students of the University of the Art and Design Lausanne, ECAL. The convertible wooden chair has been designed for the famous Cathédrale Notre-Dame in Lausanne with its alterable backrest enabling the mass-goers to easily turn towards the organ or the altar.
Summerhouse Piu by Patrick Frey Industrial Design; photo courtesy of the architects
The Seul-born Hannover-based industrial designer Patrick Frey has recently completed his first architectural project, a prefabricated single-storey summerhouse located on the outskirts of Berlin. The well-proportioned, light-filled house can be easily adapted into a holiday or weekend house, a study or even a house for year-round use. Frey, who established his studio in 2007 has collaborated on this project with the architect Björn Götte.
Scroll down to watch the ‘making of’ video documenting the entire assembly process of the house. (more…)
'Slim Jim' table by by Roland Graf for Fredericia Furniture
With no previous intention to venture into the area of furniture design, the Austrian artist Roland Graf has realised this simple wood-and-steel table, his first piece of furniture, following a personal request from his father who needed a large dining table for his retirement party. The oversized prototype, which Graf has hand-assembled from seven pine planks and metal without the use of any nails or glue, has now been scaled down and is produced by the famous Danish manufacturer, Fredericia Furniture. (more…)