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Biknit Chaise Redefines Comfort, Luxury And Elegance

Thu, Jul 24, 2014 | Chairs

Designer Patricia Urquiola perfectly utilizes texture, dramatic patterns, and exaggerated aesthetics to bring out both the abstract and functional aspects. The Biknit Chaise shows informality and elegance at once, interplay of comfort and sophistication. The wooden base of the chair is built of thermo-stabilized ash and is designed to endure the elements...Continue Reading...

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Unconventional Chair Design: Frame By Ola Giertz

Fri, Jul 4, 2014 | Chairs

Designed by Ola Giertz and produced by Materia, Frame chair works like a three-dimensional picture in different rooms and environments, and frames the person who sits in it. Made of a molded wooden frame, which is covered with foam and fabric, the chair acts as a sound absorber. Its base consists of four wooden legs that are done in ash. The chair has a...Continue Reading...

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30 Awesome Rattan Chairs For Summer Décor

Thu, Jun 12, 2014 | Chairs |

I don’t know about you, guys, but to me rattan furniture reminds of vacation and beach houses. Decorate your home, terrace and patio with rattan furniture to achieve a holiday effect. Rattan chairs are cool, and you can find a shape and design for every style that you like. I especially love hanging rattan chairs because they are so cute and dreamy!...Continue Reading...

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Minimalist KK Chair That Represents Human Nature

Fri, May 30, 2014 | Chairs

Japanese designers are known as masters of creating minimalist designs and objects. This KK Chair is no exception, it was created by Osaka-based interior designer kräfte / Yukio Kimura. KK Chair has a dark side and a light side that represents the human condition – it’s not only a stylish furniture piece but also a philosophical object. The...Continue Reading...

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Tabu Chair Series To Synthesize Nature And Naturalize Industry

Thu, May 22, 2014 | Chairs

Barcelona-based designer Eugeni Quitllet wanted to synthesize nature in order to naturalize industry, to recover the sense of authenticity, beauty and goodness, so he created Tabu chair for Alias. It reinterprets the hand-crafted tradition of chair-making using digital fabrication, digitally carving and assembling FSC certified wood to create a series of...Continue Reading...

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Multitasking Superbambi Chair For Small Spaces

Wed, Apr 16, 2014 | Chairs

Scoope Design is taking small space design to the next level by providing you with only furniture fixture you’ll ever really need. Superbambi is a chair-turned-table-turned-footstool, it is pretty fantastic, with its stark white base and bold orange seat support. The chair is designed so the orange interlocking piece is the only component doing the...Continue Reading...

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B1 Chair Of Bone Matter Of A Deceased Person

Sat, Mar 29, 2014 | Chairs

This chair is made of the most unbelievable material you could imagine, and I can say it’s really a new level of recycling – even a shoking one. The B1 Chair by Yanik Balzer and Willem Rabe proposes to repurpose the bone matter of a deceased person, typically between 5 and 10 kilograms after dehydration, to create an entity that acts both as an...Continue Reading...

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Modern Colibri Chair With A Nordic Touch

Wed, Mar 5, 2014 | Chairs

This original chair is inspired from Nordic stickback chairs and is called Colibri. It’s kind of a Nordic chair but in a contemporary modernist expression – easy-going but classical, it’s the creation of Markus Johansson. Choose from four different bases, four different seats in textile or bonded leather, four different backs, or opt for four...Continue Reading...

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Modern Relaunch Of Colorful Bowl Chair Designed In 1951

Thu, Feb 13, 2014 | Chairs

The Bowl chair was originally designed by late Modernist architect Lina Bo Bardi in 1951, and Italian brand Arper launched a limited edition version of the Bowl chair. Bo Bardi envisioned the Bowl Chair as flexible in structure while universal and essential in form. But, as with all of Bo Bardi’s designs, the ultimate emphasis remains on the human...Continue Reading...

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Philosophical And Luxurious Poise Chair

Mon, Dec 16, 2013 | Chairs

This chair doesn’t look just as an exclusive luxurious piece, it’s kind of a sculpture created by Louw Roets. Influenced by Noguchi’s philosophy in which “everything is sculpture,” the Poise chair inspires the user to see what they’d like in its abstract form. With natural, flowing curves and refined materials of solid oak and genuine kudu...Continue Reading...

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