Posts tagged "furniture"
Österlen by Inga Sempe

Österlen by Inga Sempe

Inga Sempe has made a new series of furniture called Österlen for Swedish producer Gärsnäs. They will be presented during the Stockholm furniture fair from 8 to 12 Feb. 2011.
Bågar by Brikolör

Bågar by Brikolör

The storage Bågar (means ‘bows’) by Brikolör will be launched at a separate exhibition at Biologiska Museum in Stockholm on 9 February. Made in varnished MDF and available in several colours and in either 2-bows or 4-bows wide. The sections are available in three separate heights. Bågar is made by hand from certified cabinet makers...
Molo stackable chair by Norways Says

Molo stackable chair by Norways Says

3 years in the making, the Molo chair is now launched for the Danish company Duba-B8. Molo is an easy to use and comfortable meeting and conference chair. The chairs in the Molo family is available with a runner frame and 4-leg base for canteen, meeting and conference areas and also includes a bar stool....
The Hunter sculptural coat hanger

The Hunter sculptural coat hanger

The Hunter series is a new series of sculptural coat hangers, in which Godspeed is hunting for clichés, decay, beauty and rawness between left-overs in an urban environment. Collecting raw scrap wood and scraping the streets and bins, for new materials and ideas, The Hunter is a result of a cut-copy-paste research. With this series,...
Chapel of the Assumption by John Doe

Chapel of the Assumption by John Doe

John Doe, the design studio created by Grégory Lacoua and Jean Sébastien Lagrange has hallmarked the new decor of the Chapel of the Carmelites of the Assumption in Paris (16th). A chapel already intended as an architectural gesture in 1959 by Noël Lemaresquier (a disciple of Le Corbusier), but which was very quickly made impractical...
Marilyn Neuhart about The Story of Eames Furniture

Marilyn Neuhart about The Story of Eames Furniture

Gestalten.tv is introducing a filmed interview with Marilyn Neuhart, author of The Story of Eames Furniture. Shot on location in their Los Angeles home, Neuhart and her husband John give their personal accounts of the fascinating stories, biographies, and images that make up this incomparably detailed book.
Sofa with an architectural reference

Sofa with an architectural reference

KiBiSi has designed the Brick series for Versus. The series consists of a pouf, a chair, a two and three seater. KiBiSi set out to make a sofa with strong architectural references since KiBiSi partner Bjarke Ingels couldn’t really find the right architect’s sofa for his apartment. The point of departure was a classic brick...
Train to Dijon

Train to Dijon

Train to Dijon is a collection of tables and chairs by Andrew Raible for Standard 41.  Born from boredom with the ubiquitous 90-degree angle. All of the furniture pieces including the table, bench and chairs are tilted at a 12-degree angle – enough to be noticeable without compromising structural integrity. The collection is crafted from...
Three feet on the ground

Three feet on the ground

This week Swedish furniture manufacturer Brikolör is launching the Älta-Älta stool to the world at nhow hotel in Milan, Italy. Älta-Älta comes in four previously unseen customisations, leather-padded and stain-varnished in soft mono-colours, as well as in classic black and untreated ash. The Älta-Älta is a stool that allows you to move while sitting. Four...

Furniture inspired by indie music

G. is a furniture project designed, manufactured and sold by GPOD. It is inspired on what Indie represents within the music industry. By remaining independent it conquers the space for pure reflection, and for defining its own set of operating rules – aesthetically and otherwise. Its reflection, more than formal, is mostly about the social...