Just when you believe you’ve seen just abut everything in chair design, there comes Ander Lizaso with a completely new concept in chair design. Sleek, slim and clever.
About Ander Lizaso
Born in the Basque Country, Spain in 1986, Ander Lizaso studied Industrial Design at Mondragon University and mastered in Furniture Design at the IED Madrid in 2011.
The San Sebastian based studio was founded afterwards. He specializes in furniture design and also has solid experience in the product development field with a strong understanding of the manufacturing processes and materials involved in each design stage.
This Mutation series of Chairs and sofas by Maarten de Ceulaer is not only interesting because of the design by this young Belgian designer, but also because he uses a Google site, which is new to me.
About Maarten de Ceulaer
After obtaining a degree in Interior Design at the Sint-Lukas Hogeschool Brussels, Maarten De Ceulaer decided to focus more on objects. His predilection for strong concepts led him to the Design Academy Eindhoven, where he graduated in 2008 with the projects ‘Pile Of Suitcases’ and ‘Nomad Light Molecule’. During his studies he won the Dynamo Young Belgian Designer Award 2007, and just a few months after his graduation he started collaborating with the renowned Italian gallery Nilufar. His works have been featured in many major design magazines and newspapers worldwide, and have been exhibited at Nilufar and Rossana Orlandi in Milan, Galerie BSL in Paris, Art & Rapy in Monaco, Mint in London, Victor Hunt in Brussels, and various exhibitions and fairs internationally, like Design Miami/Basel.
The Miss Less Chair is the latest creation from Philippe Starck‘s collaboration with Eugeni Quitllet to have been presented during the Salone del Mobile in Milan this year. Sleek, minimalistic, glossy, plastic. Watch the designer, who says he’s “still with Kartell because he’s still with his wife”, speak on it: