Creative and unusual chairs made by the world’s most talented designers. Laundry Chair Multifunctional chair with integrated laundry bag for your clothing. [link] Shadow Chair Gravity defying chair with two legs is supported by a metal shadow. Pencil Chair Oyster Chair When folded it is a cushion, when unfolded it a comfortable chair. Walrus Chair Tube Chair Unusual chair made out of tubes by talented designer Tom Price. Corner Chairs Sugar Chair Candy inspired chair made out of pure sugar by Pieter Brenner. Silhouette Chair Modern chair designed to be easily transformable into a bench. Rhino Chair Silk Chair Chair consists of silk thread tightened around a bearing oak frame. Mini Cooper Chair David Gawthorpe transformed front end of a real car into a chair. Bamboo Chair Tea ceremony chair made by Japanese designer Hiroki Takada. Melting Chair Unique chair by Philipp Aduatz designed to look like it is melting. Inception Chair Amazing chair by Vivian Chiu is made out of ten smaller chairs.
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Hug Chair by Ilian MilinovA Chair for Clingy Lovers If you’ve ever had someone sit in your lap, you know that 15 minutes is about the max your legs can handle. It’s really not fair. Designer: Ilian Milinov100 Creative FurnitureinShare19 In this roundup you will find some stunning, creative and unique furniture design ideas. Some of them really look awesome. Advertisement 100 Creative Furniture: Reloaded We have already presented to your attention a collection of 100 Creative Furniture.Lost & Found: Comfy Chair Cushioned with Built-In StorageLighters, keys, coins … cushioned chairs and couches are notorious for nomming all kinds of things that slip out of our pockets or otherwise get left behind and slide into the cracks. This design simply celebrates that existing phenomena, like a giant-sized pin cushion. It may come as no surprised that this clever-but-boxy furniture piece was developed by architectural designers (of Daisuke Motogi Architecture), who have a knack for exposing and expanding uses for classic furnishing types. Pixel-like pads cover the entire surface of the seat both inside and out, forming slots in which one can accidentally drop a small item or intentionally stick a book, magazine, remote and more. Cleaning this piece would not be trivial, but for those who enjoy the occasional boredom-induced, couch-cushion treasure hunt, who knows what you might find that you or someone else left behind.
Fridge concept on Industrial Design ServedFridge concept Outside surface of the fridge looks like compositionwith right and clear geometry. There is light on the doors, that also showswhen the fridge is on. When the door is open light is switching on and off.In this project all elements have new places. Thefirst new thing is an inclined triangle shelf for comfortable keeping the bottlesthere. In this way cellar can be created, or it can be just a place for juice.The next new thing is a movable shelf. Such systemhelps to solve some problems and use the fridge in a more comfortable manner.You can move the shelf and take what you want ( for comfort there are specialholes for fingers)One more interesting thing is a shelf with changingheight.
emmas designblogg - design and style from a scandinavian perspectiveHamburger and interior of restaurant Grill And if you have kids you will probably want to do some shopping in Stockholm's coolest kids clothes and toy shops! These are the best ones I know:Matador, lots of colourful clothes in soft cotton from mostly Danish brands like Molo, Ej sikke lej, Silke og Sus and Katvig. Matador Under, handpicked retro clothes and toys from the sixties and seventies, along with brand new stuff from young indie designers. UNI, unisex clothing in strong colours and cool patterns with inspiration from the seventies. Haven, great clothes and small interior details for both you and your baby. Birka Baby, your baby will be the most fashionable and streetcool kid on the block dressed in their clothes! Numero, a small toy store on Katarina Bangata 33, full of great stuff in all price ranges. Kalikå, plush animals and real tools and kitchen stuff in miniature versions, free from stuffy old thoughts on gender roles. Take a bath at Långholmen Lasse i parken café The Street market
Writable – Table With Writing Surface by Tianyu XiaoWrite on a Table The Writable is a fun and interactive look at how we can spark up the conversation around the coffee table. Three flip panels at the centre house chalkboards on the underside with a chalk discreetly held in place. I love the way it changes the outlook of a simple structure to something more eloquent.IdeaPaint Dry-Erase Board PaintIdeaPaint Dry-Erase Board Paint If you’re like us, you’ve got notes everywhere– in old binders, on wall-stuck post-its, on your computer desktop… Having just moved in to a new office, we’d like to add a new dimension to our hand-written brainstorms, and a dry erase board is a logical step forward. Why get a dry erase board, however, when you can turn your whole wall into one?
IdeaPaint: Turn Your Entire Office Into a WhiteboardWhy didn't you think of this? John Goscha, at the ripe old age of 25 ditched a job offer at Goldman Sachs, and instead began marketing IdeaPaint, which is simply a paint that turns any paintable surface into a dry-erase board. The benefit--besides being able to brainstorm on almost every inch of your office--is that the paint is half the cost of whiteboard and better-performing--you can leave marks up indefinitely, and they won't stain the wall. Of course, it takes a bit of time--you may have to sand the wall and prime it--but one other benefit is that you're not incurring all the carbon involved in manufacturing and shipping a whiteboard. [Inc. via Dieline]Magazine > Digital Interiors: Pixel Furniture | 8-bit is exploding into a living room near youLast month we brought you an article on Japanese designer Kunihiko Morinaga’s pixel-inspired fashion designs, but it seems that the mighty pixel hasn’t limited its sights to the catwalk...they’'re invading your home too. That’s right, MS Paint has come to your living room. These 8-bit inspired furniture designs are the brain-child of Barcelona born London-based designer Cristian Zuzunaga. A graduate of London’s Royal College of Art, Cristian originally began exploring how natural and urban landscapes can be broken down to create unique discharges of colour on a canvas. Now, we don’t know what landscape he pixellated to come up with these cushion designs, but gosh aren’t they lovely? Slightly more ambitious is this square-bodied armchair (the pattern of which looks not dissimilar to Roger Hargreaves’s Mr Men no?) What about a pixellated bin to mess with your sense of reality? Finally, ever thought of sculpting your own piece of pixel interior design?