Bommel by MYK: Pom Pom Poufs & a Chair

Bommel by MYK

The Bommel collection by MYK is entirely crafted by hand. Several hundred wool threads are bundled, rolled, tied and cut to be made into pom poms of various sizes, and each piece of the collection is made of up to 1300 of such woolen balls. The amount calls for about 45 kilos of wool for a single furniture object!

MYK was set up in 2009 by the academically qualified fashion designer Myra Klose. She studied fashion design at Trier and Madrid universities ( 1992 – 1996 ) and has since been working professionally in Austria and Germany.

Anti Stress Chair by Bashko Trybek

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Anti Stress chair by Bashko Trybek

Bashko Trybek is a Polish designer (in production by Paris-based Outdoorz Gallery) is composed of hundreds of re-arrangeable stress balls which, much like Pally by Laura Väinölä that we featured earlier,  let you create countless patterns for the seat (and back!). It is also probably more comfortable than the Tennis Balls Chair by Remy and Veenhuizen Guido posted about a while back.

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Anti Stress Chair by Bashko Trybek

Produced in a large (240 ball) ‘low chair’ and a small (128 ball) model, the chair itself consists of a steel wire grid powder-coated in a range of colours. users place stress balls in each of the spaces of the wire frame, arranging them as desired into stripes, motifs, or patterns. The colours of stress balls were selected as magenta, cyan, yellow, black, and white to match the printing raster, turning the entire piece into a playful and interactive interpretation of printing pixels.


Sitting Bulles by Marie Galoyer

Sitting Bulles is a creation of French designer Marie Galoyer. This seat is made by connecting inflatable “bubbles” (like beach balls, but sturdier) to a central unit and setting them at the angle that works for you. The balloons are inflated with a regular pump and the process is sorted in under five minutes. A storage and transport case is included.

Doctor Riter’s ErgoChair

Doctor Riter's ErgoChair

SKU ABB100000

A new and exciting ergonomic chair designed by a group of physicians, health practitioners and engineers in Switzerland to promote correct posture, to help strengthen the muscles in the abdominal area and the spine, and to take stress off the back and neck.

The egg-shaped ball of the ErgoChair does not compress discs in the spine, like a regular chair.

Most people who sit in front of a computer or at a desk for prolonged periods of time assume poor posture. It results in flattening of the lumbar spine and altered head carriage. This can result in chronic lower back pain, weak abdominal muscles, and neck problems that often lead to headaches. Prolonged sitting can also cause poor circulation in the legs resulting in painful leg cramps or the sensation of the legs falling asleep.

The ErgoChair enables individuals to achieve proper posture. The egg-shaped flexible ball allows free movement of the body – up and down, back and forth, and side to side – for the body to find the best posture to relieve and prevent back pain.

Via Moda Bode

SwiTCh – Table and Ball (Arm) Chair in one


And Ball Armchair

By Ellen Ectors
Via swiTCh – Table & Chair – The SwiTCh