Willem Ontwerpt is a Dutch designer who designed this More to Less Chair in the dire 2010 economic circumstances to remind us.
Under the bulging prosperity lies a slimmed-down form, just the part that is important and supporting. The fat layer is as a cover for the frame and can be removed by loosening the ropes. The ropes symbolize our commitment to the current system of consumption and excess.
via Willem Ontwerpt
Leblon Delienne is a French producer of Mainly comic strip oriented figurines. Inspired by André Franquin, a famous Belgian comic strip cartoonist, artists of Leblon Delienne have designed this Franquin chair.
Libri Lounge Chair by Todd Bracher
I’m proud having featured many Chair – Bookcase combinations in the catagory Chair Bookcase Combinations This is another one.
An art piece commissioned by Zerofirst Gallery, Librilounge pays homage to traditional Japanese woodcraft and culture. Sofas are often used simply as a place to sit and read. Taking this idea to its logical extreme, we wondered if these functions could be combined into one essential object, offering commentary on the function-focused, material efficiency we associate with the best Japanese design.
Via Todd Bracher
Daydream Lounger inspired by the Lemniscate, which is an endless form looking like an 8.
The lounger consists of two interlocking cushioned panels and can seat 2. It will be shown in Milan in April.
Joynout studio, based in Tel Aviv and Milan, specializes in the creation of new products and concepts for contract and public spaces. We give design services and consultancy for furniture companies and architecture firms, while producing our own creations in Italy.
Joynout was founded in 2012 by Assaf Israel, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design from the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem, Israel. The values that guide us in the design process are innovation, quality, user experience and spreading joy.
Piet Hein eek designed this stool in 1999. I took the photo in his studio in Eindhoven some time ago.