The robust New Steel stool 2014 can also be used as coffee table or book holder, no-screw, no-glue system, by London based designers Gautier Pelegrin and Vincent Taïani of studio Noon.
Oak Oak chair with cork seat / storage box designed by Copenhagen -based furniture designer Morten Husum Nielsen
The timeless mid 1930’s Nicolle chair and stool designed by French craftsman Jérôme Lepert and manufactured from the company of Paul Henry Nicolle. Originally designed as a robust, ergonomic and stackable seat for industry workers, Nicolle became very popular during the 1950’s French factories and workshops.
These days the range is still in production by Nicolle company and they claim to apply the same steel stamping and welding techniques, as were used for the original. The iconic whale tail backrest is always removable and the seats available in 4 heights. New addition is an optional leather seat pad (last image). Comes galvanized or in any RAL color.
all images from Nicolle, except vintage stool thumbs
Wire, the first collection of Danish furniture brand Overgaard & Dyrman, established in 2013 by Jasper Overgaard and Christian Dyrman.
Manufactured in Denmark, the Wire collection consists of a sofa, lounge chair, lounge table and dining chair. Comes in clear, brushed or black coated steel frame and hand stitched leather upholstery.
Black leather Rover Chair (3.5 litre one-seater) on black lacquered tubular steel, designed in 1981 by Ron Arad.
B&w rubber-coated foam seats, inspired from the art of Japanese bondage, also known as Shibari or Kinbaku, designed by Jo Nagasaka of Tokyo practice Schemata Architecture Office, for Ichiro Inc.
Photos by Hirotaka Hashimoto – via spoon&tamago