Love this simple, geometric Mono Chair from niafdesign. This is world’s apart from the dining chairs I grew up with. You know the type; big cushions, tall backs – your parent’s parents kind of chair. The Mono Chair is much more my style. Eating is probably when I’m most happiest and the sheer exuberance in this design expresses that happiness well.
via Mono Chair by Efecan Gürbüz & Onur Besen » Yanko Design.
Sputnik’s design presents a single piece of bend metal rod that defines its structure and function. This inner metal piece holds the legs of the stool together, offering a strong structure, while three highs for the footrest. The different heights of the footrest allow several positions for comfort.
via Sputnik Stool | Abitare En.
italian furniture company sawaya & moroni presents ‘z-chair’ by london-based architect zaha hadid
as part of milan design week 2011.
via zaha hadid: z-chair for sawaya & moroni.
at the milan triennale for milan design week 2011, maruni wood industry presents ‘lightwood’,
a new furniture collection designed by london-based jasper morrison who has collaborated
with the company for the first time on this occasion.
via jasper morrison: lightwood for maruni wood industry.
the ‘eu/phoria’ project, a chair designed by italian designer paola navone for italian company eumenes transforms a material
typically used in the automotive sector – for car interiors – and translates it into the form of a comfortable monocoque shell seat.
via paola navone: euphoria for eumenes.