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IKEA - Vilbert Chair by Verner Panton

IKEA - Vilbert Chair by Verner Panton

Nature work hard to get some to us.

Nature work hard to get some to us.

chair made from reclaimed wood

chair made from reclaimed wood

another macintosh chair...

another macintosh chair...

Reverb Wire Chair by Brodie Neil

Reverb Wire Chair by Brodie Neil

The Q5 chair is a dedication to the creator of the geodesic dome, Buckminster Fuller. The design language is a clearness of lines and accuracy of the metal base details. It consists entirely of triangles, each being a continuation of the previous one. Not only structurally sound, it’s also made of aluminum alloy, making it materially strong and lightweight. The inside of the Q5 is upholstered for keeping warm and convenience. #Chair #Furniture #Product #YankoDesign

The Q5 chair is a dedication to the creator of the geodesic dome, Buckminster Fuller. The design language is a clearness of lines and accuracy of the metal base details. It consists entirely of triangles, each being a continuation of the previous one. Not only structurally sound, it’s also made of aluminum alloy, making it materially strong and lightweight. The inside of the Q5 is upholstered for keeping warm and convenience. #Chair #Furniture #Product #YankoDesign

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Chair. Hill House Chair #1. 1903. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Helensburgh, Scotland. 1902-4

Chair. Hill House Chair #1. 1903. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Helensburgh, Scotland. 1902-4

Michael Thonet (Austrian, 1796–1871) Chair No. 14, 1881. Beechwood and cane, 36-5/8 x 16-15/16 x 18-3/4" (93 x 43 x 47.6 cm). Manufactured by Gebrüder Thonet, Koritschan, Moravia (Czech Republic).

Michael Thonet (Austrian, 1796–1871) Chair No. 14, 1881. Beechwood and cane, 36-5/8 x 16-15/16 x 18-3/4" (93 x 43 x 47.6 cm). Manufactured by Gebrüder Thonet, Koritschan, Moravia (Czech Republic).

Brazil (2009) // Plywood, CNC machined // 0.65m x 0.90m x 0.70m // Private comission // Daniel Widrig

Brazil (2009) // Plywood, CNC machined // 0.65m x 0.90m x 0.70m // Private comission // Daniel Widrig