Tube Chair by Erik Stehmann

Tube Chair by Erik Stehmann
Dutch designer Erik Stehmann likes to bring color and playfulness in his designs.
Via Design Milk.

Nuance by Luca Nichetto

Nuance 2
Nunace with hocker
Time for something more colorful:

Venezian designer Luca Nichetto has created the Nuance line consisting of a chair, a lower lounge chair and ottoman for Casamania, an Italian furniture manufacturer


Luca Nichetto Designer

Luca Nichetto was born in Venice in 1976. Afterwards he attended the IUAV, where he graduated in Industrial Design. He began his business career in 1999 by designing his first products made of Murano glass for Salviati. In the same year he began his cooperation with Foscarini: besides designing products, he also worked for them as a consultant for new material research and product development (2001-2003). In 2006, he founded his own agency, Nichetto & Partners.

Patricia Urquiola : ‘lavenham’ series and ‘shantis’ for de padova at milan design week 09

Lavenham Series by Patricia Urquiola
‘lavenham’ executive chassis by patricia urquiola
Patricia Urquiola wit a Lavenham Chassis Chair
images © designboom

the back has a quilted decoration, the part of the chassis in contact with the body is clad in a padded cover that is easy to remove for washing. different types of bases are available. besides the classic 4-5 spoke bases, with feet or wheels, there is a 4-foot version in ash wood and metal.

Via Designboom

Granny Wobbling Chair by James van Vossel

Belgian James van Vossel created this stitched Granny Wobbling Chair.

Manuf®actured: The conspicuous transformation of everyday objects | Artists | Marcel Wanders

Dutch designer Marcel Wanders finds inspiration in traditional Dutch craft materials and techniques as well as in the larger world of everyday objects. In the projects chosen for Manuf®ractured, he explores the expressive possibilities of the nautical knot (primarily a functional element) and the handmade doily (more typically thought of as kitsch ornament). His Knotted Chair, addresses the essential properties of rope “flexibility, malleability and strength” embracing and ignoring them at the same time. His Crochet Cube wryly merges homey, handcrafted doilies with spare, minimalist form. Both represent classic studies in contrasts: softness versus rigidity; minimal form versus maximal pattern; handcrafted appearance versus machine aesthetic; and open web versus closed volume.

Via Manuf®actured: The conspicuous transformation of everyday objects | Artists | Marcel Wanders