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Re-Imagined Chairs. Textiles by David David Design. 19 Greek Street Gallery House, London Design Festival 2012.

Re-Imagined Chairs. Textiles by David David Design. 19 Greek Street Gallery House, London Design Festival 2012.

Easy Chair by Fredrik Paulsen
- Fredrik Paulsen started to experiment in various techniques for coloring wood during his time at the Royal College of Art. He did his own wood stain recipes exploring the reactions of different solutions and different types of wood. Paulsen also built up a library in experiments in how various types of wood distributed color with its own capillary action creating beautiful color to wood fadings. Paulsen makes all the coloring himself in his Stockholm studio. The technique makes every Easy Chair a unique object.
- Year: 2012 Photography: Viktor Sjödin

Easy Chair by Fredrik Paulsen

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Fredrik Paulsen started to experiment in various techniques for coloring wood during his time at the Royal College of Art. He did his own wood stain recipes exploring the reactions of different solutions and different types of wood. Paulsen also built up a library in experiments in how various types of wood distributed color with its own capillary action creating beautiful color to wood fadings.

Paulsen makes all the coloring himself in his Stockholm studio. The technique makes every Easy Chair a unique object.

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Year: 2012
Photography: Viktor Sjödin

Anti­stress Low Chair by Bashko Trybek 5^240 is the num­ber of pat­tern com­bin­a­tions, given 5 col­ours of anti-stress balls used in the pro­ject of this chair. Col­ours are based on print­ing ras­ter which cre­ates a pic­ture in the pro­cess of print­ing. Metal wire con­struc­tion of the seat is a frame for cre­at­ing pat­terns. Through an indi­vidual choice of ball col­ours and pat­terns, cli­ent is given the oppor­tun­ity to par­ti­cip­ate and co-create the pro­ject. The user gets emotion­ally involved, cre­at­ing a chair of his/her ‘very own’. Free­dom of choice is the main idea of the project.

Anti­stress Low Chair by Bashko Trybek


5^240 is the num­ber of pat­tern com­bin­a­tions, given 5 col­ours of anti-stress balls used in the pro­ject of this chair. Col­ours are based on print­ing ras­ter which cre­ates a pic­ture in the pro­cess of print­ing. Metal wire con­struc­tion of the seat is a frame for cre­at­ing pat­terns. Through an indi­vidual choice of ball col­ours and pat­terns, cli­ent is given the oppor­tun­ity to par­ti­cip­ate and co-create the pro­ject. The user gets emotion­ally involved, cre­at­ing a chair of his/her ‘very own’. Free­dom of choice is the main idea of the project.

Tour, Giro and Vuelta by Rui Alves

Tour, Giro and Vuelta by Rui Alves

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Tomasa stool
The Tomasa stool system stems from the logic of rapid construction and ease of transport, while generating comfortable pieces. Formally representing the elevation the being in three stages, its thin and light support structures recall the buoyancy of being. The 3 versions of the system offer the user different seating heights, from a bank to bar, a standard bench and floor version that lifts and tilts the user’s body in the ideal position for meditation.The Tomasa stool system is assembled based on 2 components; a laser carved and inlaid wooden structure and a Bora fiber seat, all collapsible, reconfigurable in any space. The wooden pieces are lacquered matte and fit into the flexible Bora dis

Tomasa stool

The Tomasa stool system stems from the logic of rapid construction and ease of transport, while generating comfortable pieces. Formally representing the elevation the being in three stages, its thin and light support structures recall the buoyancy of being. The 3 versions of the system offer the user different seating heights, from a bank to bar, a standard bench and floor version that lifts and tilts the user’s body in the ideal position for meditation.
The Tomasa stool system is assembled based on 2 components; a laser carved and inlaid wooden structure and a Bora fiber seat, all collapsible, reconfigurable in any space. The wooden pieces are lacquered matte and fit into the flexible Bora dis

(Source: )

Capsule Lamp by Design Systems Ltd.

Lamp Doubles as Time Capsule

(Source: designsystems.com.hk)

DelightfullStore in Frankfurt, Germany

Delightfull
Store in Frankfurt, Germany

(Source: http)

Big Basket Chair
By Ola Gillgren
The Big Basket is a chair made out of felt, woven in to a steelframe. The idea comes from the old basketwicking techniques.

Big Basket Chair

By Ola Gillgren

The Big Basket is a chair made out of felt, woven in to a steelframe.
The idea comes from the old basketwicking techniques.

L’ARTE DEL RITRATTO

ITA_Il video di Francesco Jodice è parte dell’installazione “L’arte del Ritratto”

(Source: youtube.com)

'excentrique(s)' by daniel buren for monumenta 2012 all images © monumenta
 Grand palais, paris, france open may 10th until june 21st, 2012

'excentrique(s)' by daniel buren for monumenta 2012
all images © monumenta



Grand palais, paris, france
open may 10th until june 21st, 2012

The “Lapa” armchair & matching ottoman

The “Lapa” armchair & matching ottoman

A colorful wardrobe by MOSCHINO

(Source: moschino.com)

The Acapulco chair is a classic Mexican chair. It takes its name from the famous Pacific resort.

In the 1950s, when the chair first went into production, Acapulco was the Hollywood hot spot. John Wayne, Elvis, and the Kennedys lounged on sunny terraces overlooking the Acapulco bay.

Handmade in Mexico


(Source: okdesign.dk)

image © designboom

'Dala' by Stephen Burks for DEDON

(Source: designboom.com)

Les Frères

Gaspard Graulich

French designer Gaspard Graulich has realized a series of multipurpose home furnishings that deliver light and personality to living spaces.

Re-Imagined Chairs. Textiles by David David Design. 19 Greek Street Gallery House, London Design Festival 2012.

Re-Imagined Chairs. Textiles by David David Design. 19 Greek Street Gallery House, London Design Festival 2012.

Easy Chair by Fredrik Paulsen
- Fredrik Paulsen started to experiment in various techniques for coloring wood during his time at the Royal College of Art. He did his own wood stain recipes exploring the reactions of different solutions and different types of wood. Paulsen also built up a library in experiments in how various types of wood distributed color with its own capillary action creating beautiful color to wood fadings. Paulsen makes all the coloring himself in his Stockholm studio. The technique makes every Easy Chair a unique object.
- Year: 2012 Photography: Viktor Sjödin

Easy Chair by Fredrik Paulsen

-

Fredrik Paulsen started to experiment in various techniques for coloring wood during his time at the Royal College of Art. He did his own wood stain recipes exploring the reactions of different solutions and different types of wood. Paulsen also built up a library in experiments in how various types of wood distributed color with its own capillary action creating beautiful color to wood fadings.

Paulsen makes all the coloring himself in his Stockholm studio. The technique makes every Easy Chair a unique object.

-

Year: 2012
Photography: Viktor Sjödin

Anti­stress Low Chair by Bashko Trybek 5^240 is the num­ber of pat­tern com­bin­a­tions, given 5 col­ours of anti-stress balls used in the pro­ject of this chair. Col­ours are based on print­ing ras­ter which cre­ates a pic­ture in the pro­cess of print­ing. Metal wire con­struc­tion of the seat is a frame for cre­at­ing pat­terns. Through an indi­vidual choice of ball col­ours and pat­terns, cli­ent is given the oppor­tun­ity to par­ti­cip­ate and co-create the pro­ject. The user gets emotion­ally involved, cre­at­ing a chair of his/her ‘very own’. Free­dom of choice is the main idea of the project.

Anti­stress Low Chair by Bashko Trybek


5^240 is the num­ber of pat­tern com­bin­a­tions, given 5 col­ours of anti-stress balls used in the pro­ject of this chair. Col­ours are based on print­ing ras­ter which cre­ates a pic­ture in the pro­cess of print­ing. Metal wire con­struc­tion of the seat is a frame for cre­at­ing pat­terns. Through an indi­vidual choice of ball col­ours and pat­terns, cli­ent is given the oppor­tun­ity to par­ti­cip­ate and co-create the pro­ject. The user gets emotion­ally involved, cre­at­ing a chair of his/her ‘very own’. Free­dom of choice is the main idea of the project.

Tour, Giro and Vuelta by Rui Alves

Tour, Giro and Vuelta by Rui Alves

(Source: )

Tomasa stool
The Tomasa stool system stems from the logic of rapid construction and ease of transport, while generating comfortable pieces. Formally representing the elevation the being in three stages, its thin and light support structures recall the buoyancy of being. The 3 versions of the system offer the user different seating heights, from a bank to bar, a standard bench and floor version that lifts and tilts the user’s body in the ideal position for meditation.The Tomasa stool system is assembled based on 2 components; a laser carved and inlaid wooden structure and a Bora fiber seat, all collapsible, reconfigurable in any space. The wooden pieces are lacquered matte and fit into the flexible Bora dis

Tomasa stool

The Tomasa stool system stems from the logic of rapid construction and ease of transport, while generating comfortable pieces. Formally representing the elevation the being in three stages, its thin and light support structures recall the buoyancy of being. The 3 versions of the system offer the user different seating heights, from a bank to bar, a standard bench and floor version that lifts and tilts the user’s body in the ideal position for meditation.
The Tomasa stool system is assembled based on 2 components; a laser carved and inlaid wooden structure and a Bora fiber seat, all collapsible, reconfigurable in any space. The wooden pieces are lacquered matte and fit into the flexible Bora dis

(Source: )

Capsule Lamp by Design Systems Ltd.

Lamp Doubles as Time Capsule

(Source: designsystems.com.hk)

DelightfullStore in Frankfurt, Germany

Delightfull
Store in Frankfurt, Germany

(Source: http)

Big Basket Chair
By Ola Gillgren
The Big Basket is a chair made out of felt, woven in to a steelframe. The idea comes from the old basketwicking techniques.

Big Basket Chair

By Ola Gillgren

The Big Basket is a chair made out of felt, woven in to a steelframe.
The idea comes from the old basketwicking techniques.

L’ARTE DEL RITRATTO

ITA_Il video di Francesco Jodice è parte dell’installazione “L’arte del Ritratto”

(Source: youtube.com)

'excentrique(s)' by daniel buren for monumenta 2012 all images © monumenta
 Grand palais, paris, france open may 10th until june 21st, 2012

'excentrique(s)' by daniel buren for monumenta 2012
all images © monumenta



Grand palais, paris, france
open may 10th until june 21st, 2012

The “Lapa” armchair & matching ottoman

The “Lapa” armchair & matching ottoman

A colorful wardrobe by MOSCHINO

(Source: moschino.com)

The Acapulco chair is a classic Mexican chair. It takes its name from the famous Pacific resort.

In the 1950s, when the chair first went into production, Acapulco was the Hollywood hot spot. John Wayne, Elvis, and the Kennedys lounged on sunny terraces overlooking the Acapulco bay.

Handmade in Mexico


(Source: okdesign.dk)

image © designboom

'Dala' by Stephen Burks for DEDON

(Source: designboom.com)

Les Frères

Gaspard Graulich

French designer Gaspard Graulich has realized a series of multipurpose home furnishings that deliver light and personality to living spaces.

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Working for a magazine on contemporary art and design has given me the chance to find day by day in my mailbox objects, obviously stimulated by the imagination and very innovative stuff, which arrives from some of the most prestigious manufacturers companies, recognized designers and new talents, and which off course, needs to be shared with those who appreciate good quality and smart design.
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