Air-chair by Jasper Morrison

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Air-chair by Jasper Morrison

Eugenio Perazza gave Jasper a simpel plastic tube that was constructed with a new moulding technique using gas infusion, hence Jasper designed the air chair up from the leg for Magis.

Non Slavery Throne by Gonçalo Mabunda

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Non Slavery Throne by Gonçalo Mabunda

Gonçalo Mabunda was born in Mozambique and lives and works in Maputo. The Non slavery Throne is made from welded weapons that are decommissioned. Currently it is on exhibition at the Arsenale in Venice as part of the 2015 Art Biennale of Venice.

Upside Down by Eli5e

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Upside Down by Eli5e

Elise Luttik is a Dutch designer based in Amsterdam who has named her design studio very cleverly (online search machines love it) Eli5e. She presented her Upside Down chair in Milan for the first time. Interestingly she is not a graduate from Eindhoven, but from Delft, Master Integrated Product Design, Delft University of Technology (2005 – Feb 2007).

Photography by Lisa Klappe

An excellent Chairchez La Femme post.

Monna by Max Lipsey

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Monna by Max Lipsey

Monna is a new prototype by Max Lipsey for a comforting, feminine easy armchair or lounge chair.

The name Monna comes from an abbreviation of the Italian, Ma Donna or my lady. The chair is inspired by prehistoric Venus figurines of voluptuous women, thought to be representations of a mother goddess. The soft, round curves are reminiscent of these figurines, suggesting feminine nurturing and bounty, for a safe and welcoming place to curl up into.

Lounge Chair Wehkamp by Piet Hein Eek

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Lounge Chair Wehkamp by Piet Hein Eek

After an armchair there had to come a lounge chair for Wehkamp by Piet Hein Eek.