Concrete Rebar Chair by Heinz H. Landes

concrete and rebar chair by Heinz H. Landes

Concrete Rebar Chair by Heinz H. Landes

Heinz H. Landes may have named this chair “Solid”. It was designed in 1993. In an auction of Quittenbaum (no 115 C with Lot nr 204, June 26, 2014) it was estimated at Euro 2,500 – 3,000 and sold at Euro 3,100.

Imprint Stools by NOCC

Imprint Stools by NOCC

Imprint Stools by NOCC

Imprint is a combination of a wooden stool and a concrete stool fitting under the wooden stool or vice versa, the wooden stool fits perfectly over the concrete stool.

The wooden stool is made of white oak. The choice of material for the second stool was driven by the intention of creating a volume that would contrast with the idea and feel of nothingness. Concrete is quite the opposite of void…

Via inspirekadri, via morfae and via NOCC.

Concrete Stitches Series by James Plumb

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James Plumb is a cooperation between British designers James Russel and Hannah Plumb. To have and to hold is one of a series of 6.

Via nuuun design review.

UnPølished Chair by Dik Scheepers

UnPølished Chair

Another one for our concrete chairs collection:
Experimental furniture in papercrete and whitewood by Dutch designer Dik Scheepers.

Concrete Chair by Jonas Bohlin

Concrete Chair by Jonas Bohlin

Concrete Chair by Swedish designer Jonas Bohlin

Jonas Bohlin started off by making a kind of scandalous success in terms of offended Swedish functionalism at the 1981 graduation show at Konstfack, the National College of Arts, Craft and Design, in Stockholm. “We never quite recoverd from the shock his chair “Concrete” created in the Swedish design community”. Being meant as a piece of sculpture in an artistic installation, the chair of steel and concrete was obviously epitomizing a Swedish idea of post-modernism, why it was produced in a limited edition, and is currently a collector’s item.

Via Scandinavian Design.