Tag Archive for chairs

Helicopter Luxurious Interior (6 pics)

Currently in development, The Bell 525 Relentless could become the most luxurious helicopter in the world. Its ultra spacious interior will consist of a mini-bar, swivel chairs and conferences layouts.

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Helicopter Luxurious Interior (6 pics)

White 3D-Printed Chair (5 pics)

This pure white 3D-printed chair has been created by designer Jan Habraken and his team. The design of this chair named “Chairgenics” remind a skeletal structure, especially the shape of a backbone for some parts.

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White 3D-Printed Chair (5 pics)

Best Children Books Illustrators of 2017 Klaus Flugge Prize (11 pics)

The Klaus Flugge Prize awards best children books illustrators. 2017 is the second edition of this price. The judges of this year are Axel Scheffler, multi-million selling illustrator of The Gruffalo ; Nicolette Jones, children’s books editor of the Sunday Times ; Tamara Macfarlane, owner of Tales on Moon Lane children’s bookshop; and last year’s winner Nicholas John Frith.

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Best Children Books Illustrators of 2017 Klaus Flugge Prize (11 pics)

The Skate Chair (10 pics)

“Mobilite” is a project by the two designers Tim Defleur and Benjamin Helle who wanted to offer a new perspective of offices chairs in open spaces. They’ve designed a chair with a back made from a skateboard, in order to allow each colleague to join each other by skating.

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The Skate Chair (10 pics)

Verve Chair Series by Geckeler Michels (19 pics)

Fredericia is set to unveil a new range of chairs: Verve – a versatile cup chair with an innovative and compact visual expression. The new chair stems from the drawing boards of Geckeler Michels, the design team from Berlin, and is the first cup chair in the Fredericia collection, thus opening up a completely new category of products for the company.

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Verve Chair Series by Geckeler Michels (19 pics)

Full Grown: Trees Grown into Furniture and Art Objects (8 pics)

Full Grown’s prototype willow chair now in the permanent collection at the National Museum of Scotland. The most common way of producing wooden furniture is fairly straightforward: grow the proper trees for a few decades, chop ’em down, cut them into smaller pieces and assemble the pieces into a chair.

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Full Grown: Trees Grown into Furniture and Art Objects (8 pics)

An Oversized Woven Chair by Veega Tankun (7 pics)

Although London-based designer Veega Tankun has only just graduated from the University of Brighton , she clearly possesses a strong sense of aesthetic and understanding of materials as evidenced in these comfy looking chairs woven from overstuffed knit tubes.

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An Oversized Woven Chair by Veega Tankun (7 pics)