Prepare to get hypnotized by the skills and precision of Overgaard & Dyrman, a design brand located in Copenhagen, Denmark, that makes beautiful furniture mixing traditional hand crafted techniques with modern technology. This video shows the process of making one of its gorgeous Wire Dining Chairs.
You're not about to create the Iron Throne from the swords of your defeated enemies so why not play it a little safer by making one with a plastic garden chair and a can of spray paint? Seriously, this garden chair throne is almost as good as the one in Game of Thrones.
Are standing desks last year's advice? Whatever. Unless you're lucky enough to be on your feet all day for work, you probably sit too much. We all do. When we go home, we sit on the couch. When we have dinner, we sit on a chair. When we watch a movie, we sit in the theater. When we go out, we sit on a stool. Our life…
The app icon is a defining feature of technology these days, and now designers are even turning to it for inspiration. This new furniture line, called Apps, takes inspiration from the icons that feature on all our smartphones—and it looks pretty damn sweet.
This deck chair might look a little dangerous to the untrained eye, but for those who place confidence in physics it looks like the perfect spot to kick back and relax.
"The Up-Chair is an extremely emotional product." Hello, copywriting win. But truly, this chair is something special. Design by Martin Bellendat for Tonon Italia, the Up-Chair uses an integral solid-colored foam called Freeform Advanced to manufacture its bucket-like shell. The molecular structure of this innovative…
I want to work on this Vespa workstation made with half a 1968 Vespa half of the day. Then chill out the other half of the day on the chair made with the other half of the Vespa. A brilliant mashup.
Or is it a Backchair? Packchair? Who knows! This Keen Springer Backseat Pack handles both backpack and chair responsibilities but unlike others in the past, it doesn't look completely bat shit crazy. And it keeps your bum clean!
In his latest project titled "Err", artist Jeremy Hutchison is taking factory seconds and turning them into art. Hutchison adds a twist to this familiar model by using objects that are intentionally made dysfunctional by factory employees.
If you've ever dreamed of spinning like a top, here's your chance.
I'm pale. So very pale. But summer is coming (we hope, in NYC), and I need to add a little color. Tanning can be tough to pull off without looking lame, though. Enter the aluminum-and-neoprene Bulldozer Lounge chair. No word on maximum payload capacity. [mocoloco]
Anyone who likes to read knows how infuriating it can be to do so in the dark. Turns out, you need light to read. And more than a little! Find yourself in a poorly lit room, and there'll be a lot of squinting, angling and twisting your body around, ruining your eyes, your comfort, and the story you're trying to…
Anyone who's toured their local modern art museum has seen a fair share of odd-looking furniture. And the Subsonic Chair would fit right in.
I'm not a furniture snob but I find myself turning into one as I keep watching this making of the Eames Lounge Chair. I'm not satisfied with a glimpse though! I want to see the whole process, from the curving of the base to setting up the ottoman, and I want to save enough money to buy one. [Vitra Project via …
You know those cool guys who have their girlfriend sit on their lap? They're in pain. Maybe not that instant and maybe not tomorrow but when they get a bit older, they'll feel it. You can't move as freely, you get hot, and your leg goes to sleep. Romantic? Sure why not. Comfortable? No effing way. Laps should be a sit…
I've seen the future and it's in this chair. When you sit on it, you'll feel like you're zipping through the space-time continuum and fast forwarding to another millenium. Like a time machine, in your seat.
Ben Alun-Jones' chair either propels the user into a Billy Jean hellhole, or some sort of cruel '80s hairsalon vortex. Either way, the acrylic chair's sensors activate LEDs, forcing this ho-hum chair into a lit-up, flickering throne.