Layer Seating is a modular system based on injection molded skeletons and felt shells, both made of recycled PET bottles. Dustin Lee created this series of seating items with the aim for a design, that transitions seamlessly between public and privat use.
The inspiration of this chair are the many French Bistros in the Village’s small streets, called Ruelles. The result is the Ruelle Chair. A easy to handle, comfortable, aesthetically pleasing and stackable piece of seating. It is made of a lacquered aluminium frame with a large Birch Plywood backrest. Philippe Tabet won the Infinti Design Contest with the concept for this Chair, and now Infiniti is bringing it to reality and showing it at this years Milan Design Week at the Furniture section, Salone del Mobile.
Good wood - Jaroslav Juřica has created a colorful collection that aims to bring a fresh approach to seating. The ‘Candy Collection’, for JELÍNEK Collection, is designed around the ergonomics of sitting, featuring curvy, round shapes and solid oak frames to offer a comfortable experience. Love the pop of colour too, would juxtapose nicely with concrete and brick…
The idea of the designer Efi Ganor for the Weaved Seats was to combine two quite different materials, Rattan and metal. Rattan a material that man kind uses since thousands of years and bend metal pipe, a comparably new material.
Kumo is Japanese for clouds. So the goal of the creation of this chair was to combine the aesthetics of a cloud in the sky and the comfort that it appears to have. The materials the the designer Mitz Takahashi used, are a powder-coated steel frame, a stuffed heavy-duty canvas for the seating and water-based clear coated maple dowels to hold the seating.