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Soba. Trestle and bench by Stefan Diez for Japan Creative

Soba reinterprets the traditional bamboo bench, an object still used in lots of places in Japan and which became such an almost invisible object, by adding a twist in its construction to allow it to be easily assembled.

Mobi Prize by RVTR

RVTR was approached to design and produce the 2012 MobiPrize to be presented at Rio+20, The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil June 13-22 2012.

Vermelha Chair, 500 meters of rope

500 meters of special rope. A week of work. High specialization. They are all needed to create this wrap-around chair with aluminum and steel frame, and manual weaving of the rope directly onto the frame. The unique padding is created by progressive overlapping of hundreds of abundant twines on the frame.

LAFRESCA by Granada Barrero & Damian Lopez

This LAFRESCA is the classic chair made of bulrush, commonly known as “Andalusian chair” which pretends to reintegrate again this democratic seat in nowadays homes keeping its essence, materials and fabrication process.

Collective works production process + 97 metre veneer baskets

’97 metre veneer – baskets’ are wooden baskets, each having its own unique colour gradient. With a specially constructed machine, an estimated 97 metre long oak-veneer-strip is slowly glued and coiled up around a wooden base to form a basket.

Wheelchair made from recycled chairs by Clara Romani & Josep Mora

Kigali Chair is a DIY wheelchair made with recycled material, using parts of wheelchairs and useless bicycles. With an easy building system from metal pieces and wheels, we can transform a common chair in a wheelchair.

Fork clothing hanger by Buttur

Fork is a clothing hanger that utilizes materials and manufacturing in an unexpected manner while retaining minimal aesthetics and structural integrity. Its design has been stripped down to its essential elements while adding a hint of curiosity, resulting in a clean aesthetic.

Collar, a table lamp by Kutarq and Nordic Tales

Collar is a table lamp, which unites simple Scandinavian design with Spanish elegance. The organic shape of the lampshade reflects a pleasant, diffuse light into the room. The lamp consists of three parts; a base, a LED-bulb and a lampshade.

Kuskoa Collection by Iratzoki and Alki

The Kuskoa collection is inspired by the first plastic chairs designed by Robin Day. But in this case, all the chair is crafted out of wood, providing a warm appearance, comfort and resistance. The shell, front upholstered or fully in wood, perches delicately on a frame of solid wood.

Scotch Club. Designed by Mashallah & Apparatu

The Scotch Club is a polygonal ceramic spotlight consisting of 72 facets. The name is a hommage to the first discotheque in europe, named “Scotch Club”, since the ceramic spotlight is a reduced version of the disco ball.

Officina Collection. Bouroullec for Magis

Wrough iron – the shaping of iron by hammering – is one of the oldest techniques for making objects. For Magis Officina collection, Bouroullec wanted to work with this ancient process and give it a new visual language.

Vegetal Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra

Vegetal could not have existed without the technical sophistication of modern software, in the same way that it could not have moved on from the finesse intrinsic to the stages of design drawing by hand. It is the close association of these two processes that has been so special. The complexity of its form, which must be uniform as a tree or a flower would be, has continuously forced Ronan & Erwan to rethink the whole thing in respect of each detail: one might say, this chair has been redesigned a thousand times.

Exo Concrete Mold by Nelson Fossey

Exogenous is an ephemeral tool, a cardboard mold which allows variable geometry to cast material, to compel the time of the solidification process then releases the solid piece.

Meltdown Chair (PP Rope) by Tom Price

Much of the work Price produces seeks to explore the untapped potential of familiar materials, encouraging them to behave in unfamiliar ways. This often requires developing machinery and tools that are capable of subverting conventional industrial manufacturing techniques, introducing a dose of entropy into what are typically very controlled processes. Chance is an essential element in this creative process, and one that Price relies on to transcend the limits of imagination.

360° Chair & Stool | Konstantin Grcic + Magis

360° is neither a stool nor a chair, but something inbetween. Its name implies that it swivels around and that one can sit on it in all directions. It is meant for seated activities that require a constantly changing posture. 360° is not intended for long stints of work in a static position. Instead it encourages a form of dynamic sitting, short term, ad hoc, improvised – moving around.

Honey-pop Chair, Concertina-folded paper

Chair made of concertina-folded translucent white paper, partially opened to form a fan shape with the vertical spine of the fan at the back of the chair, and the impression of the designer’s body partially crushing the paper to form the seat.

Brick and Cement Furniture Collection by Nexus

In an attempt to prolong the life of the traditional brick industry by re-using old machinery, taiwanese nexus design studio changes the fundamental relationship between brick and cement. By re-designing new moulds on re-purposed industrial machine.

The manufactory by NOMOS

In the watch industry, producers are designated as ‘manufactories’ if they design their own movements and produce a significant part of the caliber themselves. NOMOS reaches a percentage of 75-95, depending on the model


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