Trier House side chair by Frank Lloyd Wright (c. 1956).
The first time I notice F.L. Wright working with plywood.
Plate chair by Egbert-Jan Lam for buroJET is cut out of a plate of laminated plywood.
Lisbon-based designer Marco Sousa Santos of Branca-Lisboa has created ‘Shell’, a lounge chair composed of exposed plywood. An array of wooden pieces disperse into a cocoon shape supported by organically emerging legs. The “ribs” are intended to hold pillows and cushions which would adjust to any body shape while allowing each user to personalize their own small sanctuary.
The Luso Lounger by James Uren is the young designer’s modern reinterpretation of the Chaise Longue Company‘s classic lounger. Re-inventing it to suit the way in which we live today, Uren adds a footstool which helps use the lounger in a number of ways (a day bed, lounger, chair, footstool), while Luso’s unusual asymmetric form helps make better use of space.
James Uren is a young designer, who studied contemporary furniture and product design at Bucks New University and has just graduated with First Class Honours. He’s also a runner up of Business Design Center New Designer of the Year award.
Poduszak by Tabanda
The nine removable cushions of the Poduszak seat by the Polish design trio Tabanda may be arranged and re-arranged in various color combinations, going through as many countless transformations as your mood may require. Cushions are available in pink (although it’s obviously purple in the pictures), yellow, blue, gray and black.
Tabanda consists of three designers: Malgosia Malinowska, Filip Ludka and Tomek Kempa. We are architects who have always been fascinated by furniture design and utilitarian objects design. We pay a lot of attention to a conceptual work and brainstorming, hence our products are finished right down to the last detail. We get our satisfaction from creating designs that are usefull and purposful yet spiced with a pinch of irony and humour.
Found via sayhi-todesign.blogspot.com