Thin Black Lines by Nendo | Dezeen
Japanese studio Nendo will present a collection of black wire furniture with Phillips de Pury & Company at the Saatchi Gallery in London later this month. Called Thin Black Lines, the series includes a chair and clothes rack intended to apear as sketches in the air or calligraphy symbols. The show opens 20 September -
Il Hoon Roh creates curved armchair by weaving together carbon string
South Korean designer Il Hoon Roh created the Luno armchair by intertwining carbon fibre strings into a pattern designed to resemble the branches of trees.
Taichung Metropolitan Opera House
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Cool Chairs With Unexpected Designs And Functions
We all know that universal image or symbol for chair portraying it as a four-legged piece of furniture with a backrest and pretty much nothing else. But not all designs follow that concept, especially not the cool ones. Just like their cousins the lounge chairs, regular chairs know some pretty unusual and amazing designs. Nest. View...
Chapel in Valleaceron / S.M.A.O.
Completed in 2001 in Almadén, Spain. Images by Hisao Suzuki . The idea of situating and relating a series of objects in the landscape- Dwelling, Chapel, Hunting pavilion and Guard´s residence- gave the project a...
Zaha Hadid Gallery in London Presents the "Meta Utopia" Exhibit
Local and international architects display their digitally fabricated work at the late British architect's gallery in London.