28 Nov 2011
The Qi Dian chair (Chinese for air ring) features a fiberglass body and memory foam cushion seat making it super light weight, sturdy, and comfy. Its futuristic look and tear drop shape may limit it to more modern settings, but different color combinations expand its use to a number of themes.
14 Nov 2011
Designer Floris Wubben inspired by the natural beauty of the wood decided to create an object that would highlight the natural beauty without distracting attention. It’s the Eyrie Chair that is made of steam bent ash, the connections between the slats are made using an Ash ‘pin’ and wood glue all of which sits on a frame formed by wooden branches. This chair reminds of a bird’s nest as it’s made of single wooden parts as if some bird took these pieces and put them here. Simple rough wood base and wooden parts create a great impression and attract attention to the beauty of the wood. It’s an inspiring design for any nature-lover.
13 Oct 2011
Minimalist style is fantastic and especially if it’s a piece in bright colors. This seat by Merkled and Susanna Hohmann and is an example of aesthetic taste and minimalism.
06 Sep 2011
There are many animal-inspired pieces today like a giraffe-shaped sideboard or a bear-shaped bag chair. Designer Maximo Riera was inspired by several animals and started his collection of chairs. Rhino and Walrus Chairs are ones of the strangest chairs I’ve ever seen. There is also an Octopus Chair of which we have already told you.
03 Jun 2011
The chair is fully upholstered, built up around a pressure moulded shell with slim legs of steel which give the design a both light and characteristic expression. And with a rich choice of colours, upholstery fabrics and loin pillows, it is easy to give the chair your own personal expression. The chair already has received the Red Dot Design Award 2010.
11 May 2011
In case you think that the Cactus chair is too unusual for you but you still want a chair inspired by nature, you might like the Nelson Coconut Chair. The chair is looks like a chunk of coconut and is classic of modernism in furniture design. It was originally introduced by Herman Miller in 1955, and become a 20th century furniture icon.
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