wood chair design
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Made from Walnut and Birch, Dancing Chair is more than just a piece of furniture. The experimental approach that was defined by a constant blurring of boundaries between conventional household items and conceptual art, between 2D digital images and 3D sensory material, gave birth to this creation. Comprising four wooden legs, the structure orbits a full circle that will grab your attention.
Mono chair is an award-wining seat designed by Philip Kronqvist for Finnish company Hamari that specializes in auditorium furniture. The chair features a very unique foldable design that makes it is suitable for auditoriums, cinema halls and any other place that requires space-savvy furniture.
It is a woven bamboo and wood armchair with shape of the backrest inspired by a waterfall. The project takes the challenge of bending wood to make furniture. The Lattice chair is the winner of Platinum A’ Design Award 2021. It can be purchased for $1075 from the designboom shop.
If you live in a region that’s blessed with good weather, it is a great idea to spruce up your outdoor space with a swing bed. Here are a few DIY swing bed ideas that will surely inspire you by adding comfort and style to your patio or yard. These beautiful pieces of furniture are perfect to turn your outdoor space into an oasis.
Spanish manufacturer BD Barcelona Design has reproduced Portlligat Sunbed that was designed by Salvador Dali in 1962 for garden and terrace of his house on Costa Brava. The original bed was made from olive wood, this one, however, is recreated using solid Iroko wood with polyamide wheels.
The Petal Chair is a gorgeous piece of furniture made of 3D plywood. It is not a single piece, rather is part of an entire collection of chairs made from 3D molding created by BassamFellows. The collection includes thirteen different models from dining chairs to lounge chairs in both armed and armless versions, along with stools in counter and bar heights.
Featuring clean and simple lines, the chair is lightweight enough for kids to move around, yet sturdy and durable enough to withstand parents’ weight. Each chair is designed to be stacked over each other and transformed into a different piece of furniture such as a storage cabinet with drawers.
Dina chair designed by Joana Santos and Hugo Silva is exactly what you’d want in your dining chair. The wooden chairs are made of oak and light cork and can be stacked one above the other. Apart from the space-saving feature they also add interesting accent to any living or dining area. Poised on four legs, the body of the chair is made of solid ash while the seat is finished in composite black cork.
oking more like an angled board with a hollow chamfered rectangle, the seating area is interestingly relegated to a slightly protruding horizontal plane. The bare essence of the chair is further exhibited by those rigid angular lines and the naturalistic facades showing the unadorned wood pattern.
The chair has been made from American oak, stainless steel, bourbon barrel, and finished in rosewood oil. Each chair is carefully handcrafted to ensure that its unique and raw appearance is not lost due to excess of sanding or machining. These chairs are available with either a closed or an open style top.
Consisting of two boxes with hinges to flip, it functions like a convertible sofa bed. Simply take the cushions aside and bring the upper box forward on the floor and turn the chair into a bed outrightly. There are compartments in each box to store bedding and other small things. This kind of transforming furniture is ideal for small spaces, apartments and even tiny homes.