Bao Ngi Droste created this light and stackable Tec Chair.
Bao-Nghi Droste was born in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1977. After an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, he studied Industrial Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt, Germany. Gathering further work experience at the offices of Werner Aisslingler in Berlin, Germany, and Hannes Wettstein in Zurich, Switzerland, he finally set up his own studio in Heidelberg, Germany, in 2007
The famous A56 armchair designed by Jean Pauchard in 1934 for Tolix is featured in the luxury lingerie brand Agent Provocateur‘s Spring/Summer-2011 campaign. The face of the newest collection is curvatious beauty Josephine de La Baume, a French actress and singer.
P.S. And just in case the photo above is not enough and you want to see the chair (or is it Josephine that you want to see more of?) in “action”, I suggest you check out the campaign at the AP website for some interesting jiggling gif pictures… I know you want to, so don’t be shy and click away! I won’t tell anyone you did.
Found this all purpose Rip Chair by German architects and product designers Laufer and Keichel at the IMM Cologne 2011 booth of schneiderschram. It’s stackable and made of full wood, hence not a light chair.The wooden slats are connected with tension rods that give it a comfortable seating flexibility.
Plum Stool by Alvaro Uribe
an â€œexploration into carbon fiber and its possible implementations into residential furniture.â€ It is stackable.
Via Design Milk.
Beautifully executed and jolly good combining the copper and the plywood veneer.
material : plywood, copper, veneer
dimensions : 48 (w) x 79 (h) x 46 (d) cm
weight : 8 kg
photography by kris de waele
Via Tobias Labarque