Dragon Bench / Joris Laarman


The MX3D (Dragon Bench) made of woven stainless steel strips (91x371x 221cm) by Dutch designer Joris Laarman.
Courtesy Friedman Benda gallery

Kisaragi chair / Kawakami Design Room

Kisaragi chair-  Motomi Kawakami for Hida 1

Kisaragi chair-  Motomi Kawakami for Hida 2

Kisaragi chair-  Motomi Kawakami for Hida 3

The Kisaragi dining chair made of compressed wood, designed by Japanese Motomi Kawakami Design Room and produced by Hida Sangyo, one of the oldest wooden furniture companies in Japan. Gold award winner of Good Design 2014.

New Steel stool / Noon Studio

Noon Studio Steel_stool_2014-a

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.

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Noon Studio  Steel_stool_2014-c

Oak oak / Morten Husum

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 1

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 2

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 3

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 4

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 5

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 6

Oak oak - Morten Husum Nielsen 7

Oak Oak chair with cork seat / storage box designed by Copenhagen -based furniture designer Morten Husum Nielsen

Chaise Nicolle

Jerome Lepert nicolle chair

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.

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Jerome Lepert nicolle chair parts

Jerome Lepert nicolle chair detail


all images from Nicolle, except vintage stool thumbs


Wire / Overgaard & Dyrman


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.





via sofiliumm


Occasional Loveseat / Chris Held

Chris Held Occasional Loveseat

Occasional Loveseat by American artist Chris Held

previously: James Hopkins’ Love Seat

Rover Chair / Ron Arad

Rover Chair Ron Arad

Black leather Rover Chair (3.5 litre one-seater) on black lacquered tubular steel, designed in 1981 by Ron Arad.

Boing chair / Karim Rashid


The indoor/ outdoor Boing chair, light and stackable, designed by Karim Rashid for Italian furniture manufacturer Gufram

Karim’s images from Salone del Mobile in Milan, 2014 (source).


Karim Rashid Boing chair 1

Karim Rashid Boing chair 2

Karim Rashid Boing chair 3

Shibari / Jo Nagasaka

Shibari seats by Jo Nagasaka 01

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.

As stated by the architect, the Shibari series aim to generate different activities according to what we tie up and how we tie up.
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Shibari seats by Jo Nagasaka 03

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Photos by Hirotaka Hashimoto – via spoon&tamago

the rattan Lama

Lama, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for Zanotta

One-off rattan version of the gorgeous Lama chaise longue, originaly designed in leather or PVC for Zanotta by Italian architects Ludovica and Roberto Palomba.

The photo is from Serafini and Palomba’s vacation home, taken by Francesco Bolis, found at Dwell

Re-Imagine / Studiomama

Re-Imagine - Studiomama 1


Wasted and discarded chairs found in the streets, Re-Imagined by London based Danish designer Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama.
The found chairs were stripped down to their bare frames, re-welded, powdercoated in bright colours and combined with generously padded seats and backs.


Re-Imagine - Studiomama Back-to-Back-Chair

Re-Imagine - Studiomama Original-Chair

Re-Imagine - Studiomama Tall-Chair

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