Binary Chair by Benjamin Rollins Caldwell
If, like Benjamin Rollins Caldwell of BRC design, you’re able to get Lady Gaga posing in your chair, you are doing a fine PR job.
The surface of the chair is completely covered with a collage of motherboards, computer chips, lcd screens and hard drive disks held in place by sheet metal screws. The chair also has an interactive quality as the hard drive disks can be spun, the telephone keys and other buttons can be pressed, and the antennae raised and adjusted.
Canvas Chair by YOY
Like a print or a painting you can hang these “Chairs” from a wall. They come in 3 variants: Chair, Sofa and stool. They were featured at Milan 2013. To seat you have to take them down and have them leaning against a wall.
YOY [jˈɔɪ] is a Tokyo based design studio composed by Naoki Ono, a spatial designer, and Yuki Yamamoto, a product designer. Started in 2011, their design theme is to create a new story between space and objects.
Images © yasuko furukawa
One chair made out of three. Or a stutter chair maybe. Stoel is Dutch for Chair. It seems Voortman and Girod have terminated their partnership.