Swedish designer Fredrik Färg presented his collection of ‘muscular’ leather stools that seem to be made to resemble dogs’ bodies without heads. Called Succession, the collection was part of 20 Designers at Biologiska exhibition during Stockholm Furniture Fair in February. The bumps and grooves on the surface of the stools were created by wrapping rope around each object and then applying heat.
DESIGN AND DESIGN International Award winner 2011, the Angel Chair by Vadim Kibardin attempts to help you grow some wings. I would’ve gladly put this one in my office as it would be sure to lift my spirits should things at work get extra hectic! Not sure the folks at my job would want me to get distracted and fly away just like that though.
The Angel Chair is produced on order, has a metal carcass, leather upholstery and removable plastic wings that can be washed (in case you need a fresh ‘flying’ start, you know).
Another beautiful creation inspired by origami art, designed by Andrea Lucatello and branded under Italian furnish production company Cattelan Italia. Origami shows off its sleek clean modern in soothing smooth caramel leather. It looks nice as a sofa, but looks even better as a bed. Check out his other exquisite furnitures, like the Dylan Bed, and the Coral Table. I absolute love his work.
Not published about Argentinean designer Pablo Reinoso for a very long long time. Again a designer with much to much flash in his site in my humble opinion. It took me some time to peel this photo from its multiple layer flash file, but I succeeded.