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Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi // Fionda chair // wood canvas camping chair

Fionda chair by Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi

image: Best British Product: 'Fionda' chair by Jasper Morrison for Mattiazzi. Eminently practical, this stackable chair is suitable for use .

Japanese interior designer Yoshiyuki Hibino recently presented this beautiful, super-sleek folding chair in Tokyo. This is part of his new series: ‘Line’ and I love the elegance and Japanese expression — but also the sensibility of the design.

Small Space Folding Chair by Yoshiyuki Hibino

Fionda By Jasper Morrison


“ Fionda is a minimalist design created by England-based designer Jasper Morrison. Fionda, which means “sling” in Italian, was conceived due to Morrison’s discomfort with outdoor camping chairs.

fionda by mattiazzi

fionda by mattiazzi

Silla de concreta

A modern concrete chair. A hand cast, engineering composite concrete shell sits upon a harmonious relationship of wood and steel. Clean lines,

The NEW Alfi chair by Jasper Morrison for EMECO, available at Morlen Sinoway Chicago - morlensinoway.com

The NEW Alfi chair by Jasper Morrison for EMECO, available at Morlen Sinoway…


Boot Bench I designed this indoor bench to live in an entrance way or foyer. Its height and seating geometry make it a good place to sit down and pull on your boots. It can also act as a setee for.

Aunts and Uncles by Philippe Starck for Kartell

UNCLE JACK sofa side The Aunts and Uncles collection by Philippe Starck for Kartell

British designer Jasper Morrison has presented a chair inspired by camping furniture for Italian brand Mattiazzi

Fionda camping chair by Jasper Morrison for Italian furniture brand Mattiazzi with folding wooden frame and removable canvas sling.

Milan 2012: French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec present this slender ash chair for Magis in Milan next week.

Cadeira de Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec para a Magis. Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec chair for Magis.


The Cord Chair - Materials: Nylon and Birch frames - Originally Designed in 1953 by Canadian designer Jacques Guillon.