(Source: nyczebra, via chairblog)

Razorfish 2 by Alun Heslop

Razorfish 2 by Alun Heslop

(Source: alun-heslop.squarespace.com)

worclip:

Wooly and Stitch Chairs by Susanne Westphal

THE DISCOVERY OF SLOWNESS

How do we want to spend our time is the central question of the work. Why do we have less time then ever before, although we invented time saving things? And why we scamper around, even if we have all possibilities to carry our life in our own hands?

WOOLY and STITCH were designed to remind the user of all that. They are unfinished seating furnitures that want to be finished be the user itselfs. They want to hold him up for a while, to take him out of the rush of everyday life. They can be used, but they can be changed by the individual. While the sitter takes off WOOLY‘S yarn and feeds it through the holes of STITCHES, something special has happened. Unwind. Deaccelerate. Slow down. Stop. As the sitter feeds the yarns in and out of the holes, the simple and monotonous action becomes an automatism and the user reaches the state of mental digesting - he is de-accelerating. He has the chance to reflect on the impressions from life. The more time you give WOOLY and STITCH, the more they become comfortable and the more time you want to rest in them.

(via onlyfurnitures)

Changing everything around on my blog. At college we’re doing an Enterprise Module which is teaching us all about professionalism and how to run a business.

I am currently making a website to advertise myself as a furniture designer and maker. I have come up with the very uncreative name of ‘Terrill Design’, last name with the word ‘design’ after. So to keep everything professional I have changed my Tumblr name to match.

uoudesign:

Side table - Oboiler

wyckoffwoodworks:

Hide Stool by Tove Greitz

Stool with hidden storage, opened with a combination puzzle.

unchartedmaps:



November Chair by Veryday.

unchartedmaps:

November Chair by Veryday.

(via onlyfurnitures)

designedmade:

Stool One in Ash. 

(Source: designedmade)

worclip:

Solitude (2011) by Holger Lee

In my BA degree I mainly focused the experience of being alone. Being alone sounds negative in the first moment, but it could be also an autonomy experience for the user.

Solitude is a transformative product, which created different stages of being alone. The seat could be arranged in specific positions which create a board range of lonesomeness experiences up to solitude experiences.

(via onlyfurnitures)

wyckoffwoodworks:

The impressive chair, called Samurai Chair, is created by South Korean designer Seo Young Moon. The chair gives the illusion that it’s fallen victim to a samurai’s razor sharp katana. It will surely make you think twice before sitting down, but rest assure, it’s still capable of holding up to 330 lbs!

wyckoffwoodworks:

The impressive chair, called Samurai Chair, is created by South Korean designer Seo Young Moon. The chair gives the illusion that it’s fallen victim to a samurai’s razor sharp katana. It will surely make you think twice before sitting down, but rest assure, it’s still capable of holding up to 330 lbs!

(Source: hellocati)

matchairs:

Spool Chair by Kaisuke Fujiwara

matchairs:

Spool Chair by Kaisuke Fujiwara

calders9:

“Tapparelle Desk” by Emmanuel Gallina for Colé

calders9:

“Tapparelle Desk” by Emmanuel Gallina for Colé

(via onlyfurnitures)