Concept of Scate Chair by Oleg Soroko

Created by 24 years old architect, designer and CG artist Oleg Soroko from Moscow, Scate Chair is the newest element from a collection “Parametric Furniture” inspired by underwater creature.

Chair is made of 15 mm thick plywood sections and fastened together with iron rods, which are wound on the mounting bolts.

As said by the author – “This technology makes it relatively easy and cheap to do non-linear form. Also, a big plus of this technology is that the sections of plywood form a pattern of lines on the general form making it more readable”.

Eco-Friendly Design with a Dutch Personality: The Bamboo Chair

In recent times, Dutch design furniture has been heavily focused on creating eco-friendly designs while using sustainable materials and The Bamboo Chair follows this trend.

  

Using long-established Asian plaiting methods in combination with modern Dutch design techniques, designers Tejo Remy and René Veenhuizen were able to create a chair that is made 100% from bamboo, displaying a refined look.

Utilizing strips of bamboo 25cm by 10mm that are arched to create the main frame, the Bamboo chair is similar to the typical tub-chairs found on cruise ships. This project was designed to create a beautiful, comfortable, and more importantly a sustainable chair.

via. Freshome

Atelier Haußmann : Selected Works

Rough, industrial-like, almost austere. Here is a selection of awesomely-scenographed furniture from the young Berlin-based design label Atelier Haußmann.

« More and more products appear on the market every day. Fashions and trends come and go. We don’t follow any fashions. Less is more. We try to do as little as possible when we work on our product design. It’s up to the product itself – its desire to be a bed, a hook or a table. We give it room to evolve, add some colour, perhaps another screw and tenderly care for it all the way to its final destination » – Atelier Haußmann.

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