Sit on a stool and under your butt put your books…Hmmmz. This is the idea behind the ‘multifunctional stool’ designed by Can Onart, Elissa Myres & Bethany Casperite. The deep U-s shapes hold big books comfortably! It was made by bending and molding the 8 layers of industrial gray felt ,stuck with epoxy resin, and [...]
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Peter Cook and Becky Northey began shaping plum tree since 1995 when they met, into living art they call Pooktre. During their first year they started shaping the young trees into a coffee table and a mirror frame. Over the years the trees were shaped and formed into tables, hat and coat racks, chairs, beds, [...]
The Chair/Chair as it is called by its designer Eric Ku looks like a relatively normal white chair, with a little weird form. What it is interesting about it is that it can be deconstructed to form another type of chair: formed by the letters C-H-A-I-R. It is interesting but of course not at all [...]
Although it looks like a hairy…thing… it is actually a wonderful chair that was presented in the Maison&Objet fair in Paris on September 2007 as a part of the Ecological trend. It is made of very fine cut paper by the designer Charles Kaisin from Brussels. I guess you can’t really use this chair in [...]
Sometimes there are things especially designed for men, and just for men. This is the case of the barstool in this picture. I don’t know any more details about this chair but probably was made by somebody who got bored.