Shiny Hammer is a French brand of creative handmade furniture, developed and produced by French designer Samuel Aguiar. Besides being functional, these unconventional objects are also extremely aesthetic, aiming to become a representation of a lifestyle, an environment or a culture.
For the past 25 years, this one of a kind workshop has been creating fantastic pieces of furniture, designed by Judson Beaumont and his staff of eight full-time craftspeople. Straight Line Designs have designed and built custom pieces and sculptural installations
Seattle based conceptual design studio, Graypants, created these incredible pendant lamps that are laser-cut from repurposed cardboard boxes and hand assembled. Founded in 2008 in Seattle, the company creates all sorts of products, architecture and other fun
Designer Vivian Chiu had this amazing idea of creating a chair and placing within it chairs that are progressively smaller. Each chair has hand cut grooves on the inside edges of its seat frame as well as notches in the seat back. The mechanism is relatively
Cóm-oda is a set of folding chairs designed by Spanish design studio Mr. Simon. The greatest feature of this set is that, when not in use, they can be folded and turned into a large bench, revealing a larger image on the surface of the new created bench.
Every room we step foot in, the chairs take center stage. Wood, steel, plastic, upholstery, or any other material you can think of, the good ol' chair simply invites you to sit down and relax. But Shiner takes it up to the next level. With their killer designs, the
Looking for a chair that conforms to you, changes its look and is very human? Maybe the bOne Chair is exactly what you need. Interior design firm JDF Raum und Kunst designed this playful chair specially for people with a sense of humor.
Designers and architects at Studio Lawrence created this unique, playful and sophisticated Tetris like collection entitled To Gather. The elements of this collection are designed to be pieced together, creating combinations that are in a continuous transformation,
This chair is the graduation project of British designer Chris Mesher. He is exploring new sculptural forms combined with some of the ideologies of the modernist movement, creating a practical, future-oriented and functional design.