Iconic Le Corbusier Chair Of Recycled Materials

Recycling materials is necessary today and it helps not to waste resources; recycled furniture is a cool green idea, and this Le Corbusier is one of such things. Reincarnated into an icon, materials change their function and history. Originally, Le Corbusier chair was a classical piece useful for any modern interior but this model is... 
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Minimalist Functional Stool Made Of A Box And A Cushion

Japanese designers are ones of the best in creating minimalist and very functional furniture without unnecessary details. Tokyo-born Copenhagen-based designer Yukati Hotta presents Hako Stool, Japanese for ‘box’. It’s composed of five separate parts, the beautifully minimalist and amazingly functional Japanese Hako is a simple, cushion topped wooden stool which can double as a neat,... 
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Nest-Shaped Chair Of Rough Wood

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... 
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Cradle For Grown-Ups And Children To Relax

Richard Clarkson created this fantastic seating called Cradle. This chair may be used for indoors and outdoors, it makes you feel sleepy and comfortable. Cradle has a semi-round shape, it can move like a rocking chair. The entire seating is made of natural wood and inside it you’ll find a mattress that would make your... 
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The Silk Chair

Silk was brought from China and it was so expensive that only some people could afford clothes made of silk. Today the prices are not so high and designers took silk to produce various things, for example, a chair. Alvi Design presented the Silkchair. The chair is made of FSC-certified oak with a back and... 
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