Chairs, tables and sofas have usually functions, what if you take those functions off the object? It becomes, kind off useless, turning into an art piece. We love the ‘Uncomfortable’ series of French photographer Patrice Letarnec who turns classic Hee Welling, Jean Prouvé or Erwan Bouroullec pieces into some kind of prank!
By always striving for a complex simplicity, the designers of Hjelle have imagined beautiful series of products that are as elegant as functional. Thus, the sweetness of fabrics and colors is perfectly combining with the comfortable curves of each seat. Written by Victoria Kang www.hjelle.no
Legs and seats visually complement each other in this chair inspired in Japanese aesthetics and in the Gestalt psychology. Half is the new product designed by Cuatro Cuatros for Missana.
Yinka Illori is a London-based designer who specializes up-cycling vintage furniture.
There is no secret that we admire the work of furniture and lighting designer duo Muller Van Severen. Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen’s latest work introduces us to the magical combination of high gloss paint and aluminum.
Italian designers Andrea Magnani, Giovanni Delvecchio and Elisabetta Amatori from Resign studio imagined Di Corte, a series of wooden chairs, with parts that are still covered
In a bid to turn overused polyurethane on its head, Stockholm-based Therese Granlund made these drip chairs for her MA thesis at Design Academy Eindhoven.