Posts Tagged ‘Chair’
Today in the Concept & Proposals, a new comer here at Archtopia.
Just a brilliant modern chair design from Baita Design of Brazil that leaves some of us wondering if the concept chair really holds true to its form. The non-conventional design of the Magno Chair features a magnetic base that allows the seat to float with a little movement for comfort thanks to a flexible connector. For more information on the Magno floating chair visit baitadesign.com
Designer Nicolas Marzouanlian created this most unusual “SK” armchair is the purest eco-friendly form without the use of glue or screws, it is made entirely of wood. The “fishbone chair” is completely handmade, numbered, dated, and signed, and can be placed inside or outdoors under cover. €1,100.00 Available from amatuerdedesign.com
as seen on FF
LC1 is a robot chair. Approach the chair and it will unfold itself and greet you by wagging its extremities…
Created by designer Anders Huus, the chair is an experiment which combines furniture design and robotics.
From Anders Huus:
The purpose of LC1 is to test the possibilities of bringing life to traditionally “dead” furniture. This opens up a wealth of possibilities for both functionality and the users experience of the furniture.
LC1 is brought to life by a few simple means: It reacts to light, time and life around itself. The chair rotates quite slowly around its own axis in 24 hours. Simultaneously it opens itself more as light around it becomes brighter and just like a flower it closes itself when the day is waning and light fades away.