chair design

It’s 10 am and I have already barely managed to avoid a panic attack at the library, I have prayed to about a hundred different God, person and character and I have cried an hour in a 8000 € design chair. Let’s just say the day have not started like I imagined.

This is what happened:

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Kiwi & Pom - The Disco Chair

Commissioned by Wallpaper* Magazine, the Disco Chair is a bespoke illuminated furniture concept. Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered. A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation.


As a follow up to @aurelche‘s post about Victor’s apartment chair/coat hangar:

It is an Extension Chair by designer Sjored Vroonland. It’s available via dealer (meaning there’s no set price which implies it’s hella expensive which is expected since it’s a designer chair) throughout Europe (the only one in Russia is in Moscow where Victor likely bought his).

Because Victor is a high maintenance man and only the most stylish designer chair is suitable for his extravagant little gay heart.


Jeanette Chair | Tom Fereday Design

A minimal chair created by Australia-based designer Tom Fereday. With its low-line silhouette, Jeanette is designed for the outdoors with the sophistication of an indoor dining chair. The wire grid of the seat is seemingly suspended from the soft arc of the arm and backrest which creates both comfort and timeless elegance. The powder-coated bent steel wire of the chair has three protective layers ensuring Jeanette is durable whether it is outdoors or inside at a dining table. It has been CATAS tested for commercial use and durability. Jeanette Chair is available with or without a low profile cushion for indoor/outdoor use.