FormFrom Chair

Fri 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Young Designers Category. Is a set of custom-made chairs that are aimed at searching for the. FormFrom, Apirat Boonruangthaworn

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Stool

Fri 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Students Category. This stool,  was inspired by origami. Sirawat Rungsarityotin

Xzis table

Fri 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Students Category. Xzis by Yeo Wei Ming is a highly flexible structure, owing to its simple design and structure, which means it can be manufactured from number of materials. It can be easily assembled and will use less space. The legs create a X shape, which is visible in the center of the table reveal how the table is created. Yeo Wei Ming


Ayatori Stool

Thu 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Students Category.  The Stool is made of polymer thread that cause the stool to be soft and comfortable to sit. The stool also comes in different attractive colors that will surely compliment with any contemporary home interiors. The unique and uniform placement of the polymer thread adds up the stylish look of the stool. Julyerna Koesmono


Facet Scrap chair

Thu 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Young Designers Category. A new chair with a scrap wood back by thinkk. “The basic idea of this chair is to add emotional value to a new chair with scrap wood, allowing chairs which are industrially produced to become artwork and a limited edition. Decha Archjananun


Koi Chair

Thu 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Open Category. Appearing like an ornate wrought iron gate, the Koi chair expresses the ideals of tranquil garden retreats, in a visually lightweight and delicate form. Incorporating a traditional Asian fish scale pattern into an innovative welded structure, the Koi chair represents the peaceful atmosphere often associatedi  found in many tradtional Asian gardens. Jarrod Lim

Hi Ho Rocking Chair

Wed 04 2010

Winner of Furniture Design Awards 2010, in the Open Category.  The Hi Ho Rocking Chair, constructed from a wooden skeleton frame with oak legs and a foam-covered body and head. Variations in upholstery material allow the design to fit into a variety of interiors.  Jarrod Lim