October 31, 2011 § Leave a comment
Designed by Spanish studio Mr. Simon, these chairs can be stacked into a sideboard (they refer to it as a desk), thus serving as a multi-purpose piece of furniture.
Cóm-oda is made from wood and cotton, the chairs detach from the whole and provide additional seating for impromptu guests. « Read the rest of this entry »
September 17, 2010 § Leave a comment
Douwe Jacobs has designed a fun, stable and seems pretty confy too chairthat can adapt to as many spaces as you can imagine, from outdoor fun to office meetings as you can learn from the link below. Built from some kind of plastic by injection molding it isn’t exactly green -unless it’s recycled plastic, of course – but it wins strong points « Read the rest of this entry »
May 31, 2010 § Leave a comment
From the ingenious folks at Ivy Design, the picture table shown below can be lifted on the wall and turned into an art piece to be proud of.
This kind of furniture becomes more and more important as the living spaces shrink and people are forced to live in tiny spaces.
I’ve covered a lot of great such designs on this blog, starting with « Read the rest of this entry »
November 13, 2009 § 1 Comment
There have been countless occasions I wished I had a laptop stand to hold my laptop while lying in bed and thinking of all those nasty electromagnetic waves and the un-natural position it forces me to take to properly watch and write. Although there are many designs out there for a laptop stand ( I’ve already covered one such smart design here but it’s only a desk stand) there was none I have encountered to be multifunctional and to impress me such as to write about it here on perfectcube, where only best designed, most ergonomic and green products get. « Read the rest of this entry »
November 11, 2009 § 1 Comment
I love the kind of seating the Miserolo chair fits in. Designed by serbian designer Uros Vitas it is confortable and it allows a great deal of back-leaning without the fear of falling over.
But unlike all the other contraptions of the concept, which are whether metal-frame or bent plywood, this one can really be made anywhere with two pieces of strong flexible plastic ribbons and a lot of solid wood blocks. A CNC « Read the rest of this entry »
September 10, 2009 § 1 Comment
One Good Chair 2009 is happening as we speak and the finalists are already announced. Every year the designs based on locally sourced, earth-friendly and energy-sparing materials and manufacturing methods are more and more refined. Though many beautiful chairs are presented, some of them seem difficult enough to build or require handcraft skills beyond regular family man in the developing countries.
January 18, 2008 § Leave a comment
Sorta transformer but stylish and futuristic, MAC-inspired design of OneLessDesk fits perfectly in your room. Retracting input devices holder when you finish working you get a compact piece of furniture that doesn’t get in your way when you don’t need it.
I would have loved a way of lowering the monitor below and get all that space cleared but anyway for $900 you can have it as is or just watch it for inspiration and a free of charge DIY design: « Read the rest of this entry »