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Afteroom Chair and Side Table by Afteroom

Afteroom Chair and Side Table by the Taiwanese duo: Hung-Ming Chen and Chen-Yen Wei also know as Afteroom, are meant to be a homage to Bauhaus and functionalism. They are the result of deconstructing an item, piece by piece, with the purpose of obtaining an original design.

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Steel stool by Noon Studio

Steel Stool by Noon Studio

Noon studio has launched the Steel stool after two years of development. The “stool” is a no-screw, no-glue system that can be used as a side or coffee table, book holder or shelving system.

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Insulaire by Numéro 111

Insulaire by Numéro111

Insulaire by Numéro111

Numéro 111 has presented a collection named Insulaire as part of the VIA Furnishing Programme at Maison & Objet 2014. The idea is to conceive the living room as an island, a ‘space inside space’ where furniture plays a structuring role and creates varied experiences of comfort and use.

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molo studio presented its soft collection at M&O in Paris

Stand in M&O | Photo Credit  : molo

Stand in M&O | Photo Credit : molo

molo studio presented its soft collection at M&O in Paris. Based in Vancouver, Canada, molo is a design and production studio dedicated to an exploration of space making in combination with experiments in manufacturing, materials and structure.

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Alcove Plume by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra

Alcove Plume Sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Alcove Plume Sofa by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec added new pieces to Alcove Plume series. the addition is a low-slung sofa with an emphasis on casual comfort. Vitra, the editor, presented the series for furnishing show IMM in Cologne.

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Hard Goods: Furniture out of Concrete

Modern Muskoka Chair

Modern Muskoka Chair with cushion

Hard Goods is a line of concrete and steel furniture. It was founded in 2012 by Brandon Gore of Gore Design Co. Originally a creative outlet and personal project that allowed him to explore new materials and processes, Hard Goods soon became its own entity as Gore connected with clients who valued his design aesthetic and fine craftsmanship.

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Between Gaps Collection by Sami Kallio Studio

Between Gaps Collection by  Sami Kallio Studio

Between Gaps Collection by Sami Kallio Studio

We were already impressed by Sami Kallio’s Y5 chair and his collection The Finnish Blood In Me (2011), now he’s back with a new collection called Between Gaps.

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Sit & Read Sling Chair by Kyle Garner

Sit & Read Sling Chair by Kyle Garner

Sit & Read Sling Chair by Kyle Garner

Brooklyn designer Kyle Garner’s Sling Chair creates maximum comfort from minimal materials. The chair is edited by Sit and Read studio and can be us indoors but also outdoors with the a weather-resistant Sunbrella version.

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P22 by Patrick Norguet for Cassina

P22 by Patrick Norguet for Cassina

P22 by Patrick Norguet for Cassina

The first collaboration between Cassina and Patrick Norguet is a contemporary interpretation of the classic bergère armchair called P22. The shell is made from foam with an iron frame and elastic straps seat, base in polished aluminium alloy or matte black, chestnut brown or beige-gray painted.

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HOWE re-issuing Arne Jacobsen’s tongue chair

Arne Jacobsen's tongue chair

Arne Jacobsen’s tongue chair

You might be familiar with Arne Jacobsen’s Ant, Grand Prix or series 7 chairs and you should be since they became icons of design history. Somehow though, one of his classic pieces, the ‘tongue chair’, got lost with the rising popularity of his earlier ‘ant chair’. Danish manufacturer HOWE is now re-issueing the characteristic organic wave-form in the tongue-shaped seat.

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Gerrit Rietveld Zig Zag chair remixed by Kateryna Sokolova

Remix Gerrit Rietveld chair "Zig Zag"  y Kateryna Sokolova

Remixed  “Zig Zag” chair by Kateryna Sokolova

Gerrit Rietveld’s classic ‘Zig Zag’ chair might not be the most confortable seating but it geometric lines keep inspiring designers. it was an inspiration for Verner Panton’s 1960s plastic chairs and now it serves as a working base for Kiev-based industrial designer Kateryna Sokolova.

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Ro Armchair by Jaime Hayon

Ro Armchair by Jaime Hayon for Republic of Fritz Hansen

Ro Armchair by Jaime Hayon for Republic of Fritz Hansen

Republic of Fritz Hansen just edited a new sculptural armchair designed by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon that provides both comfort and privacy.  The seat is 1.5 times as wide as a standard chair, giving extra room to stretch and move, or sit with a tablet/book/kid/laptop.

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Fly F-A-B / special Clément Ader by Färg & Blanche

fly fab framThe Swedish – French design studio FÄRG & BLANCHE has been invited to participate in the exhibition Design [R]evolution at the Musée des Arts et Métiers during Paris Designers Days. The contribution is a new iteration of their F-A-B chair that draws its influences from french engineer clément ader’s aeroplane ‘avion III’ which had a bat-like form.

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Double View Bench by Chloe de la Chaise

Double View Bench by Chloe de la Chaise

Double View Bench by Chloe de la Chaise

This bench reminds me of the seats of the Star Ferry boats in Hong Kong. The Double View bench easily changes your perspective with a minimal effort. The double backrest pivots around an axis located below the seat and thus two people can sit side by side, or in opposing directions. Choose your position, then change it.

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The Shell Chair Project: Wegner’s CH07 remixed by Maharam

CH07 - PALIO BY ALEXANDER GIRARD, 1964

CH07 – PALIO BY ALEXANDER GIRARD, 1964

The Shell Chair has long been viewed as one of Hans J. Wegner’s strongest designs. It first saw the light of day in 1963, but it took 35 years before it enjoyed its popular breakthrough and received numerous design awards.

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