Etabu is a set of 3 stools that create the feeling of not being in balance when they are stacked. The stools evoke the simplicity and practicality of accommodation with engineering calculations to maintain the balance. The materials used such as plastic and wood, create the perfect combination to avoid friction that may harm the stools. Etabu was designed for reduced spaces maintaining a simple manufacture and an accessible cost to the client. Etabu pretends to use surprise as one of the ways to open people´s minds, increasing unconsciously their creativity.
The Egg Chair of Concrete designed by Fatemeh Fooladi draws inspiration from iconic Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen. It is a reinterpretation of the classic designs of the modernist era with a contemporary twist. Constructed with concrete, rusted rebar and metal plates the concrete chair’s composition brings to light the unique qualities of industrial materials and repurposes the raw materials to create a comfortable and cosy place to seat. To reduce the weight the lightweight concrete mix was used. The neutral color makes this a versatile option for a wide variety of interiors styles.
The design is an armchair e = with aesthetic of an external structure independent of the structure and the seat, makes a timeless connotation with the old armchairs of the 50s and 60s, but with a lighter appearance, which is the result of this structure of apparent wood and informal. The main material was Brazilian solid wood and natural linen. the size of the arkchair also its an important point , because its big enought to work alone in the room .
Chieut was, literally, the main inspiration behind it all, as a fearless pictorial translation of the Korean word to a sophisticated table; thus highlighting another possible facet of minimalism, denying abstraction as a result and welcoming figurative visual representation. Uniting simple and thin steel pipes as the foundation, the balancing act starts to unravel before our eyes; an oval steel sheet, just as nimble as its base, sits off-balance pompously unlike most classic tables.
A simple hypothesis about changing chair's form inspires an idea of provoking human activity: by turning chair's two dimensional back into three dimension, the Broccoli becomes a chair with no front or back, left or right. As a result, the ways of interaction between people and chair have been expanded, more possibilities of action encourages people to use the Broccoli variously.
The Trace is a stackable dining chair designed for use in home and contract environments. It is constructed of a solid, steel wire frame that supports a stitched, reinforced leather seat and back sling. The slings flex to provide a comfortable, supportive seat that adjusts to the user. The chair features an integral handle at the back for easy mobility, and stacks efficiently with the addition of custom moulded foam pads under the seat to prevent rubbing wear.