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The Fikra Tables by Ammar Kalo

The Fikra Tables by Ammar Kalo demonstrate the perfect balance between natural and manmade materials, embracing visual heaviness and experimenting with recycled rubber crumb.  Commissioned by Fikra Campus, a multi-use space in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, that comprises a design studio, a co-working space, a café, a design library and…

“Exploded Chair” are furniture pieces that toy with conventions

“Exploded Chair” are furniture pieces that toy with conventions. Created by Joyce Lin, the series embrace play whilst maintaining functionality. This is, perhaps, nowhere more evident than in her “Exploded Chair“, a piece she designed in her final year at Rhode Island School of Design. This piece takes traditional conception of…

Swedish design firm Stoft Studio creates Canvas Chair

Swedish design firm Stoft Studio creates Canvas Chair, a simple wood chair that’s been designed to easily change the upholstery on the seat. The chair, made from bent Ash wood, works like an embroidery frame, that slides over a piece fabric and tightens to hold it in place and showcase it like a…

Wink Lamp by Houtique and Masquespacio

The Wink Lamp is the result of the collaboration between Houtique and Masquespacio. The meeting between these two firms started when the founders of both companies came together with the aim to study new projects to work on together. The result is a new collection of furniture and the “Wink” lamp.…

Mars Chair | A lightweight furniture for another planet

Thomas Missé, a recent ECAL graduate, has designed a lightweight, stackable chair made from carbon fibre that he believes will lower interplanetary importation costs.  Created the project as a response to a brief to create furniture for Mars, this chair embodies the concept that the human colonization is a realistic possibility.  Through his project, the designer aimed to prepare…

Rising Chair | Robert Van Embricqs

The designer Amsterdam-based designer Robert Van Embricqs developed “Rising chair” following a specific question: is the object you’re creating capable of dictating its own design? Is it even possible for an object to ‘tell’ for which form its best suited? If so, what will the end result be? In the designer’s own words:…

A series of chairs invade Japanese lake by Hidemi Nishida

Placed on lake Poroto in Hokkaido – northern Japan- Hidemi Nishida studio has recently developed an environmental installation called “Fragile Chairs”. The piece is an extension of the studio’s fragile series, known for engaging aesthetics of space and perceptions of environment, focusing on a primordial experience and making sense the studio’s choice of…

The Yemenite Totem

The Yemenite totem, created by Shir Avraham‘s as her final project at Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), consists of four different stools and a tray, all made from iron frame pipes and rods of different sizes. They can be stacked in various ways to suit the user’s personality. In addition, each stool…

Flores Taller de Arquitectura and a new smart seat storage

During the refurbishment of a Basque gastronomic society in Bilbao, called Txoko,  the architecture studio FLORES Taller de Arquitectura came up with an idea, both practical and esthetically pleasing. In order to overcome the lack of space, the Spanish architects imagined chairs that can be stored in the wall and create a…

Inflatable chair for kids

Fun inflatable bunny shaped chair. Ideal for children’s room. Easy to inflate and transport. Designed by Rabito. Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.  …