Dragnet Lounge Chair by Kenneth Cobonpue
$3,300
Ideabooks33
Questions0
The Dragnet Lounge Chair, by Philippine designer Kenneth Cobonpue, is upholstered in polycotton fabric for the indoor version and Sunbrella for the outdoor version. Fabric is twisted and wrapped around a frame of galvanized steel.
Droog do hit Chair
$8,625
Ideabooks8
Questions0
With the hammer provided and your own resources you shape the metal box into whatever you choose it to be. After a few minutes or hours of hard work you become the co-designer of do hit. Also available pre-hit by Marijn van der Poll, the designer himself. Designer: Marijn van der Poll Year: 2000 Material: 0.04” stainless steel, hammer included Size: 39.4” x 27.6” x 29.5”
Slow Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
$3,155
Ideabooks45
Questions0
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec created this expansive armchair by using an extremely strong, precisely shaped knit which is stretched over the metal frame like a fitted stocking. Thanks to the knit sling cover, the Slow Chair combines soft comfort with ergonomic support, which is further enhanced by thin seat and back cushions. The translucent sling cover replaces the thick cushion...More
“Love love love” — lplimited
Vegetal Chair by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec | Vertigo Home
$555
Ideabooks157
Questions0
These creative chairs by Vitra are suitable for indoors or outdoors, and their creative branch-inspired form functions exceptionally well - you can even stack them. Polyamide dyed throughout Overall dimensions: 32" H x 22.75" W x 21.75" D;Seat Height: 18" H
“Branch chair” — aprilfool1948
Panton Chair by Verner Panton and Vitra
$295
Ideabooks13
Questions0
In the early sixties, the Danish Designer Verner Panton together with the Vitra Development Team, realized an idea which had preoccupied him for many years by producing a plastic chair from a single moulding. In 1967, the Panton Chair went into mass production, it was immediately regarded as a sensation and won many awards. One of the first chairs is exhibited in the Museum of ...More
“Too cool.” — bejt61
Step Ladder by Design House Stockholm
$295
Ideabooks17
Questions0
Changing a light bulb. Reaching for that book. Or the coffee grinder on the top shelf in the kitchen. No home is complete without a stepladder. But usually they are just functional, dreary objects intruding on the home decor. Karl Malmvall’s Step is another matter. Functional yet decorative, a standalone interior object in high gloss color. After use, why not hang it on the wal...More
“Modern Ladder” — scvdesigns
Step Ladder by Design House Stockholm
$295
Ideabooks18
Questions0
Changing a light bulb. Reaching for that book. Or the coffee grinder on the top shelf in the kitchen. No home is complete without a stepladder. But usually they are just functional, dreary objects intruding on the home decor. Karl Malmvall’s Step is another matter. Functional yet decorative, a standalone interior object in high gloss color. After use, why not hang it on the wal...More
“ladder” — valberman
Step Ladder by Design House Stockholm
$295
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Changing a light bulb. Reaching for that book. Or the coffee grinder on the top shelf in the kitchen. No home is complete without a stepladder. But usually they are just functional, dreary objects intruding on the home decor. Karl Malmvall’s Step is another matter. Functional yet decorative, a standalone interior object in high gloss color. After use, why not hang it on the wal...More
“Love the color of the ladder.” — kathestewart
Step Ladder by Design House Stockholm
$295
Ideabooks23
Questions0
Changing a light bulb. Reaching for that book. Or the coffee grinder on the top shelf in the kitchen. No home is complete without a stepladder. But usually they are just functional, dreary objects intruding on the home decor. Karl Malmvall’s Step is another matter. Functional yet decorative, a standalone interior object in high gloss color. After use, why not hang it on the wal...More
“color” — missviolet
UM Project Milking Stool
$375
Ideabooks490
Questions0
A friendly nod to a universal design with a sleek finish and playful colors. Perfect as occasional seating or an accent piece in any room of the house.
“Milk stools” — urbahnjack
Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue
$2,810
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Welcome the organic beauty of the garden indoors. inspired by a delicate blossom, the Bloom Lounge Chair is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat. Handmade in microfiber stitched over a resin top, bloom sprouts from a base made of steel. Available in yellow, black, lime green, moss green and muted red.
Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue
$2,810
Ideabooks24
Questions0
Welcome the organic beauty of the garden indoors. inspired by a delicate blossom, the Bloom Lounge Chair is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat. Handmade in microfiber stitched over a resin top, bloom sprouts from a base made of steel. Available in yellow, black, lime green, moss green and muted red.
“Armchair shape” — b_marquez
Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue
$2,810
Ideabooks10
Questions1
Welcome the organic beauty of the garden indoors. inspired by a delicate blossom, the Bloom Lounge Chair is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat. Handmade in microfiber stitched over a resin top, bloom sprouts from a base made of steel. Available in yellow, black, lime green, moss green and muted red.
“Chair” — Rana Boulos
Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue
$2,810
Ideabooks178
Questions0
How gorgeous is this bloom chair? It looks like a giant flower. I love it!
“Oh my what a beautiful chair.” — Kathy Clark
Bloom Lounge Chair By Kenneth Cobonpue
$2,810
Ideabooks38
Questions0
Welcome the organic beauty of the garden indoors. inspired by a delicate blossom, the Bloom Lounge Chair is composed of hundreds of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat. Handmade in microfiber stitched over a resin top, bloom sprouts from a base made of steel. Available in yellow, black, lime green, moss green and muted red.
“Whimsical and comfortable flower chair” — HVL Interiors LLC
Björk Stool by Design House Stockholm
$260
Ideabooks12
Questions0
“The birch, a tree that can be found all over Sweden, is my inspiration for the Björk Collection (Björk is the Swedish word for birch). The expression in the woven structure comes from the black and white trunk of the birch and the leather represents the inside of the bark. The rug forms a beautiful flat textile surface in the home, as natural as stone or wood. To me the rugs a...More
“Matthew” — pastiche916
Björk Stool by Design House Stockholm
$260
Ideabooks3
Questions0
“The birch, a tree that can be found all over Sweden, is my inspiration for the Björk Collection (Björk is the Swedish word for birch). The expression in the woven structure comes from the black and white trunk of the birch and the leather represents the inside of the bark. The rug forms a beautiful flat textile surface in the home, as natural as stone or wood. To me the rugs a...More
“Handle stool” — escottr
Antony Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$1,400
Ideabooks7
Questions0
Designed at the beginning of the 1950's for the Cité Universitaire at Antony, near Paris, this chair was one of Prouvé's last efforts in the field of furniture design. The salient feature of this unique item of seating furniture is its unconventional construction, which Prouvé successfully combined with a strikingly dynamic shape.
“Sleek wood & steel” — isleandcodo
Antony Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$1,400
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Designed at the beginning of the 1950's for the Cité Universitaire at Antony, near Paris, this chair was one of Prouvé's last efforts in the field of furniture design. The salient feature of this unique item of seating furniture is its unconventional construction, which Prouvé successfully combined with a strikingly dynamic shape.
Cité Armchair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$4,130
Ideabooks11
Questions0
Cité Armchair is one of Prouvé's early masterpieces, designed for a competition in furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's Cité Universitaire. Prouvé himself used this armchair with its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps in the living room of his house.
Cité Armchair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$4,130
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Cité Armchair is one of Prouvé's early masterpieces, designed for a competition in furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's Cité Universitaire. Prouvé himself used this armchair with its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps in the living room of his house.
Cité Armchair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$4,130
Ideabooks7
Questions0
Cité Armchair is one of Prouvé's early masterpieces, designed for a competition in furnishing the halls of residence at Nancy's Cité Universitaire. Prouvé himself used this armchair with its dynamic appearance, its characteristic coated sheet steel rockers and broad leather arm support straps in the living room of his house.
“R” — dfaulkner
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks8
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
“very cool” — jvke
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks36
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
“jean prouve” — annabanna
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
“Pata tras” — juanesmejia
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
$935
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Chairs take the most strain on their back legs, where they bear the weight of their user's upper body. Prouvé took this into account very succinctly in Standard Chair. Tubular steel piping is enough for the front legs that take relatively little strain, whereas the back legs are made of voluminous hollow sections and pass the strain on to the floor.
Eames & Saarinen Organic Chair
Ideabooks45
Questions0
It was for the “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition held in 1941 by the Museum of Modern Art that Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen created several different versions of the Organic Chair. From a technical perspective, the designs were ahead of their time. However, due to the lack of suitable manufacturing technology, they never went into serial production. It was onl...More
“Art” — kareemgrizzle
Eames & Saarinen Organic Chair
$2,190
Ideabooks8
Questions0
It was for the “Organic Design in Home Furnishings” competition held in 1941 by the Museum of Modern Art that Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen created several different versions of the Organic Chair. From a technical perspective, the designs were ahead of their time. However, due to the lack of suitable manufacturing technology, they never went into serial production. It was onl...More
Eames La Chaise Lounge Chair
Ideabooks35
Questions0
Charles and Ray Eames designed La Chaise in 1948 for a Museum of Modern Art competition. But it is only since 1991 that Vitra has been manufacturing small quantities of the design in serial production. La Chaise is suitable for both sitting and lying on. Its organic shape was inspired by "Floating Figure", a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. The elegant seating sculpture has long s...More
“안방” — ejyoon
Eames La Chaise Lounge Chair
Ideabooks13
Questions0
Charles and Ray Eames designed La Chaise in 1948 for a Museum of Modern Art competition. But it is only since 1991 that Vitra has been manufacturing small quantities of the design in serial production. La Chaise is suitable for both sitting and lying on. Its organic shape was inspired by "Floating Figure", a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. The elegant seating sculpture has long s...More
“love” — Melissa Z Design
Vitra Panton Chair - White
$295
Ideabooks51
Questions0
In the early sixties, the Danish Designer Verner Panton together with the Vitra Development Team, realized an idea which had preoccupied him for many years by producing a plastic chair from a single moulding. In 1967, the Panton Chair went into mass production, it was immediately regarded as a sensation and won many awards. One of the first chairs is exhibited in the Museum of ...More
“Stoel” — woelf
Panton Classic Chairs by Vitra
$1,535
Ideabooks3
Questions0
The "Classic" version of the Panton Chair is a limited production high-gloss material version made under close supervision of the Panton Estate and the original Vitra development team.
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