Acme, a minimalist chair designed by Berlin design studio Geckeler Michels is a functional stackable chair made for the Danish furniture brand Fredericia. Acme is the bold and schematic design of a multi-purpose shell chair. The contrasting geometrical forms, circle and square, meet each other in a surprisingly compatible and integrative way, offering a comfortable
Comprised entirely of fibreglass and available in raw, white, or black finishes, the aptly named Fold furniture is the industrial variation of Olivier’s Fold chair.
Brooklyn based designer, Fernando Mastrangelo, is known for his ability to challenge our understanding of seemingly commonplace materials.
Stockholm design studio Afteroom started developing the Family collection of Bauhaus inspired furniture in 2012.
Naoto Fukasawa’s Hiroshima armchairs represent a culmination of traditional Japanese woodwork, fresh aesthetic principles and advanced technological production techniques.
Brian Thoreen is a los angeles based designer who creates furniture, architectural installations and unique design objects.
Domingos Totóra uses cardboard to create objects which effotlessly combine artistic aesthetics and common functionality. These bold structures are inspired by the mountains which surround his home city, Maria da Fe, in the Minas Gerias region, Brazil. View more on his website