This ultra plush armchair was designed by the never-disappointing Konstantin Grcic. Crash reinterprets the construction of the upholstered armchair by separating the supporting frame from the soft upholstered upper portion. It consists of a tubular frame and a two-inch loose foam moulded cover. The voluminous chair allows the user a place to “crash out” and […]
If Oskar Zieta were decorating rooms in comic books, one of the rooms might feature a chair like this. Two steel plates are welded together and then expanded under high pressure, ensuring every Plopp chair is a unique creation. The black, yellow, gray or white stool/sculptures are either powder-coated or stainless steel.
The HAY-produced, moulded plywood Shanghay chair is composed of four small boards that fold around each other to form “the simplest chair imaginable.” Originally conceived for the Danish Pavillion for the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the chair was created to be a single segment of a long social bench that extends throughout both the inside and outside of the pavillion, in collaboration between BIG and Jeppe Hein. Multi-colored and easy to assemble, dissemble and reassemble, these pieces offer the versatility to create whatever hybrid design of the Shanghay you like.
Phillipe Starck’s latest — a plastic chair — earned it’s name on the first sketch. Mr. Impossible. The designer said it couldn’t be made. The challenge being the weld. Using existing methods to weld the seat and the legs would create an unsightly seam. Kartell’s engineers had to go the blue water route. The key, a very big laser.
A most inviting chair with an organic design that inspires comfort, neatness and style. It takes on a new technological challenge with highly sophisticated processing methods that consist in the welding of two shells: the transparent structure and the seat, in a full-colored and translucent version, are joined together making them indestructible and guarantee a truly surprising design effect.
batch-dyed or clear polycarbonate
L. 62 cm; H. 79 cm; D. 70 cm.
transparent seat version: crystal, green, grey, ochre, purple, orangey-red;
mat seat version: Kartell red, white, black, silver; structure: transparent.