Hope Chandelier

Thu 05 2010

The Hope chandelier uses these delicate moulded polycarbonate leaves to reproduce the effect of traditional heavy chandelier crystals. The lenses are carefully arranged around the light source to avoid glare and ensure a perfect diffusion of light. Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto

Steelwood Chair

Mon 04 2010

Steelwood Chair by Magis is a beautiful, durable and functional modern chair for everyday use!  is a radical assemblage of two traditional materials, forming a simple and comfortable modern chair. Its silhouette makes it an easy chair, adaptable to any place, from a café terrace to a inviting dinner table. Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

The Magis 360 Degree Collection comprises of a chair, stool, table and a rolling container. The chair, stool and tables are adjustable in height. The pieces are constructed from steel frames painted in epoxy resin, the seat of the chairs are made from integral self-bearing polyurethane. Furniture for Home Office. Konstantin Grcic

A cantilever chair entirely made from plastic in an unique collaboration. The re-interpretation of the historical design icon and the development time of just over a year was a challenge for all parties involved. And with a supporting frame structure and a perforated seat and back that convey the feeling of flexibility which is typical for a cantilever chair. Konstantin Grcic

The folding chair is constructed entirely of laser cut aluminium sheet and is available in glossy white, blue, yellow, grey, red and black lacquer, as well as in a multicolour version with the basic colours. Stool feet in anthracite grey polypropylene. Stitch stool is a new typology of product for cappellini and allows, thanks to its hinges, to have a chair that can reduce to minimum its dimensions when folded up. Cappellini

Made from Bamboo laminate sheets, the Grassworks collection represents a series of experiments in self-assembly furniture systems which are simple, intelligent, beautiful, space-saving and wholly sustainable.  Jair Straschnow

Houdini Armrest Chair

Wed 03 2010

Houdini chair offer a modern and timeless silhouette,using an unusual production methodology taken from aeroplane model-making, two flat plywood slabs are stretched by hand around a complexly milled solid wood ring to form the back and part of the seat. The slabs are then glued to the base, producing the shape of the chair. Stefan Diez