Archive for ‘Chair Design’ Category
Posted by admin on July 1, 2010
It seemed rise from the grave!
Chair design that is almost forgotten is designed by Canadian designer Jacques Guillon in 1953. Robustness of classical design is very condensed look at every angle. That’s what seems makes Avenue Road, manufacturer from Toronto reproduce this chair. Constructed in a solid maple wood frame and finished with either a walnut wood veneer or black lacquer, the chair’s material integrity is true to Jacques Guillon’s authentic design. The seat and back are fully strung in either white or black 8-strand braided cord. This chair is named Cord Chair.
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Posted by admin on June 27, 2010
Designed by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia, this is rocking armchair with name Luis JJ Rocking Armchair. This rocking armchair combined of shag rug, metal arm and wooden rocking sleds. Ergonomic design “shag rug” with shape following the contours of the human body, promising comfort. We chose this seat for my beloved mother at home. Beautiful design. Take a look. read more »
Posted by admin on June 21, 2010
Designed by Studio Dror for Cappellini, Peacock Chair design inspired by the beauty of the bird creature. The folds looks very beautiful, produce elegant chair design. Beauty design without leaving the comfort of this lounge chair.
The peacock chair is created out of three sheets of felt and a minimal metal frame. The folds of the felt are woven tightly to form a structured yet incredibly comfortable lounge chair, with no sewing or upholstery involved.[Studio Dror]
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Posted by admin on June 20, 2010
The Waltz Lounge is one example of classy chair design with a peek-a-boo footstool. Miso Soup designed Waltz Lounge with a very creative and functional, just slip peek-a-boo footstool out when you want to recline and slip it back in its hidey-hole to open up your floor space. Within instantly, this classy seats transformed into a lounge chair that ready to pamper you in luxury. via – curbly
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Boex have just finished create Letter Bench that installed at a hospital in Bristol. Made from hardwood, letters hand carved supported on a stainless steel frame with 2500mm wide x 900mm high. The concept of the bench is in the format a folded postcard from an actual letter sent by a patient who stayed at the hospital. The idea is to reassure new patients about the experience they will have during their stay. Very creative, very useful. We love this. Further detail you should visit Boex site here.
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Posted by admin on June 18, 2010
Designed by Mike and Maaike for Council Design. The Mute chair inspired by serenity and calm. Mute upholstered in 100% wool fabric, it’s simple chair design, uninterrupted lines flow gently around the fully upholstered seat; the simple base is made of powder-coated steel. [councildesign].
Mute come in Charcoal, Oatmeal, Blue and Red. Take a look.
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Posted by admin on June 12, 2010
Seat, back and relax is description of the simplicity design of CH1 chair. With reference to the human form, CH1 is a straightforward lounge chair. Seamless construction, an honesty to materials and simplified details combine in an elegant chair. CH1 chair created by Fruitsuper Design.
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Posted by admin on June 11, 2010
Here are Mosspink modern furniture collection from Bruehl, this collection is the winner of Good Design Award 2008, The Chicago Athenaeum, and the Focus Green Silver 2008 Design Prize.
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