Archive for the ‘Furniture’ Category
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Article source: Nendo
A furniture collection designed for Conde House, a manufacturer based in Japan’s famous Asahikawa wooden furniture region. We splintered each piece of wood as though peeling it away.
Image Courtesy Nendo
- Architects: Nendo
- Project: Splinter For Conde House
Tuesday, January 29th, 2013
Article source: Ezequiel Farca
- House with 3 levels located in exclusive Santa Fe district of Mexico City
- Design of a new distribution of spaces to meet the specific needs of the family
- Public spaces such as family room, dining and living room occupy the first floor; meanwhile one bedroom, the master suite, and a studio are located in the second floor.
Image Courtesy Jaime Navarro
- Architects: Ezequiel Farca
- Project: Santa Fe House
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Role: Interior Design, Furniture Design
- Date: 2010
- Size: 1870 Sq. Ft.
- Photography: Jaime Navarro
Saturday, December 15th, 2012
Article source: Alias
The US fast food giant McDonald’s has chosen Alias, the historic Italian design brand, to furnish the outdoor areas of its restaurants worldwide as part of the “COME” project. Objective: to design, engineer, develop and install a specific turnkey modular furniture system. The company from Grumello del Monte has taken on this challenge with great enthusiasm, working together with the established French designer Patrick Norguet, with whom it established a highly successful relationship some time ago.
Image Courtesy Patrick Norguet
- Architects: Alias
- Project: Outdoor Furnitures for Mc Donalds
- Location: Bordeaux, France
- Photography: Patrick Norguet
Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
Article source: TA plan design
Modulo mobil is a “bookcase – storage – furniture” designed to provide adaptability to every type of home, space and need. The customer can buy the number of modules that he likes, choosing between the largest and the smallest element, composing them together in endless combinations. Depending on the modulo mobil’s configuration that one wants is possible to buy accessories separately: colored and transparent plexiglass drawers for both types of modules, feet for ground support and steel cables for hanging items on walls.
- Architects: TA plan design
- Project: Modulo mobil
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
Article source: Brian Lee
Blurring the boundaries between architecture and furniture this work dissolves the abstract relationship between architectural form and the body into one of a more direct experiential correlation, questioning architecture as object and proposing an architecture where form is the result of action and use.
- Architects: Brian Lee
- Project: Kinetic Pergola
Saturday, May 26th, 2012
Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group
Brunner uses the occasion of the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair to present two new products: its ‘hoc’ stool and its ‘plot’ modular seating system. Ippolito Fleitz Group was commissioned once again to create a setting resembling an installation, an intense spatial experience in which to showcase Brunner’s new products. From a distance, the strictly black and white backdrop takes a back seat to the colourful seating objects, which draw visitors in to try them out. At closer look, the black and white backdrop transforms itself into a textual world, taking visitors on a poetic voyage of discovery, inspiring them to stop and tarry awhile.
Image Courtesy Francesco Di Loreto - F38F
- Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group
- Project: Brunner – Fair stand Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012
- Location: Salone Internazionale Del Mobile 2012, Milan Italy
- Client: Brunner Gmbh
- Year: April 2012
- Size: 90 M² / Sqm
- Team: Peter Ippolito, Gunter Fleitz, Tilla Goldberg, Jörg Schmitt, Daniela Schröder, Axel Knapp, Martin Berkemeier, Frank Faßmer, Anna Maier, Leonie Beck, Monther Abuhmeidan
- Photography:Francesco Di Loreto – F38F
- Additional Photography: Ippolito Fleitz Group – Identity Architects
Tuesday, May 15th, 2012
Article source: Aude Borromée Architect
A complete renovation done with both an aesthetic direction using three pastel colors in floor, wall & in a play of strips or vertical lines; and also a practical care by entirely restructuring the volumes & flows and designing customized furniture in order to optimize the space and keep free and empty spots
Image Courtesy Laurent Gueneau
- Architects: Aude Borromée Architect
- Project: Pastel Rythm
- Location: Paris, France
- Photographer: Aude Borromée Architect
- Software used: Hand drawing, water colors and for software — Autocad.
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
Article source: Cheungvogl
Umarmung is inspired by the long tradition of floor-sitting culture in Japan where the connection between the body and conversations is not restricted to universal seat height and conventional definition of sofa. Much to our surprise, through our research and conversations with local manufacturers, the floor-sitting couch is unknown and non-existent in Japan furniture design other than the zaisu chair (legless chair) used for tatami room.
- Architects: Cheungvogl
- Project: Umarmung, a floor-sitting couch
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Period: 2009-2010
- Designer: cheungvogl (Hong Kong) (more…)
Friday, November 18th, 2011
Article source: Office for Design & Architecture
ODAs Oscillate Series blends interaction and dynamism with practicality. Each piece shares a pivoting glass element that resonates collectively. The Oscillate Series is designed to underscore the easiness and lightheartedness of time spent at leisure, aiming to challenge the static relationships in furniture design.