Archive for July 16th, 2011

Water, light, shade…house – ARCHITECTURELOVER.COM.

Magic Hole is a collection of a two-seats sofa and an armchair designed by Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet for Kartell. Said to unify the style and practicality, Magic Hole collection is suitable for frequent use in public places, outside areas and even by swimming pools.

Magic Hole by Philippe Starck and Eugeni Quitllet for Kartell — Chair Blog.

Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger

Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger

On display at Ventura Lambrata’s „Poetry Happens“ this Hemp chair by Berlin, Germany, and Singapore based Werner Aisslinger:

A monobloc chair made of natural fibers – a project supported by the German chemical company BASF.
The Hemp Chair has been designed for a lightweight manufacturing process stemming from the car industry: the renewable raw materials hemp and kenaf are compressed with a water-based thermoset binder to form an eco-friendly, lightweight and yet strong composite.

Hemp Chair by Werner Aisslinger – Milan 2011 (23) — Chair Blog.

Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert 01

Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert 02

Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert 03

Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert 04Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert 04 - The Sketch

Remember my post The Chair and The Nobel Price with The Empty Chair which was reserved for Liu Xiaobo who could not attend the ceremony, because he was detained by the Chines government?

The occasion has inspired young German designer Tino Seubert to design a Nobel Peace Price Chair. A nice one, I would say.

Tino Seubert was born on December 29, 1986 in Forchheim, a suburb of Nuremberg in Germany. He went to Bolzano (Italy) to study design. In Paris he spent a year doing graphic design and he worked there for a Gallery.

Nobel Peace Price Chair by Tino Seubert — Chair Blog.