Love Chair Mint - The Family Love Tree

The things I would do for this chair. So gorgeous Love Chair Mint - The Family Love Tree. aqua teal turquoise mint chair furniture home decor design

Bind Chair by Jessy Vandurme (KLAER) Product Design #productdesign

Bind Chair by Jessy Vandurme. Made by birch plywood and leather strings. Use glue stick the leather strings with the chair seat back edge to make it more stable. Cut two hole on thechair leg for chair seat joints.

Chairs | Seating | Load | Billiani | Emilio Nanni. Check it out on Architonic

A timeless design object, the Load chair has been inspired by Scandinavian design and brings to life a new idea about the meaning of contemporary. It represents the sophisticated and meticulous research carried out by Emilio Nanni on the theme of.

Chairs | Seating | Load | Billiani | Emilio Nanni. Check it out on Architonic

A timeless design object, the Load chair has been inspired by Scandinavian design and brings to life a new idea about the meaning of contemporary. It represents the sophisticated and meticulous research carried out by Emilio Nanni on the theme of.

Projet étudiant : Chaise LENO confort caché par Florian Dasras

Chaise LENO confort caché par Florian Dasras

seat belt chair made of re-purposed polymer stiffened belts

Swiss designer Markus Bangerter has created this chair by using heat as his creative tool of choice. Although the chair looks like it’s made up of a series of felt pieces that could easily collapse.

Stampa chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Kettal.

A calyx shaped metal shell is inhabited by carefully organized holes made by the technique of punching metal sheets. This allows to create delicate shapes that recall textile sensations and are robust enough to stand the test of time.

A special fitting room designed for the project of the interior of the Max&Co. Tower in Tokyo, Omotesando. Project: Andrea Tognon Architecture I collaborated to the development of the design. I developed 2d/3d drawings and rendering.

A special fitting room designed for the project of the interior of the Max&Co. Tower in Tokyo, Omotesando. Project: Andrea Tognon Architecture year: 2014 I collaborated to the development of the design. I developed drawings and.

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