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Mercedes Benz style furniture bútorok

Mercedes Benz style furniture bútorok

Given the new project of designing a injection moulded, stackable chair i thought it would be appropriate to post some existing chair designs that i would like to draw some inspiration from. The t…

Given the new project of designing a injection moulded, stackable chair i thought it would be appropriate to post some existing chair designs that i would like to draw some inspiration from. The t…

Atelier Chen Min - Product - Min's chair

Atelier Chen Min - Product - Min's chair

Studio Shiro challenges convention with the ENEA walking stick. Made out of 3D printing, the stick has a contemporary air that makes a style statement, rather than looking like a disability device from a bygone era. The design redefines functionality while celebrating minimalism. It features a 3-axis handle that one can grip firmly. To keep the stick as light as possible, the ENEA is made using a stress-bearing, porous inner structure, much like the inside of our bones.

Studio Shiro challenges convention with the ENEA walking stick. Made out of 3D printing, the stick has a contemporary air that makes a style statement, rather than looking like a disability device from a bygone era. The design redefines functionality while celebrating minimalism. It features a 3-axis handle that one can grip firmly. To keep the stick as light as possible, the ENEA is made using a stress-bearing, porous inner structure, much like the inside of our bones.

the inflatable ‘Beach Cocoon’ adapts to fit your body by Pascalina Design Studio - Pascale de Backer from Belgium

the inflatable ‘Beach Cocoon’ adapts to fit your body by Pascalina Design Studio - Pascale de Backer from Belgium

In a move that really challenges the notion of form-following-function, the Concertina’s design is driven more by form-follows-movement. Opening up like a Japanese fan, the chair uses angled “blades” to turn the fan into a chair. A zip on the back, and an elegant clasp on the front lock the chair in seating-mode. Once done, you can immediately collapse it back into a closed fan.

In a move that really challenges the notion of form-following-function, the Concertina’s design is driven more by form-follows-movement. Opening up like a Japanese fan, the chair uses angled “blades” to turn the fan into a chair. A zip on the back, and an elegant clasp on the front lock the chair in seating-mode. Once done, you can immediately collapse it back into a closed fan.

A Behind The Scenes Look At How The HUG Chair Was Made

A Behind The Scenes Look At How The HUG Chair Was Made

Flux (bench) by Jacobo Blandón, via Behance

Flux (bench) by Jacobo Blandón, via Behance

TI-JOIN by Peter Donders

TI-JOIN by Peter Donders

FELIXGODARDDESIGN conceptual & industrial archives

FELIXGODARDDESIGN conceptual & industrial archives