The Klaps Stool by design studio Malafor. Klaps Stool is a stool by placing magazines between the wooden pieces. It has small wheels attached to the bottom piece, so it is easily movable. I love this design.
Sheetseat designed by Ufuk Keskin. Poduced from a sheet of plywood and can be folded back to it's flat form with only 3/4" thickness. It was exhibited at IDSA's Equilateral duringNew York Design Week. "Produced by cutting a sheet of plywood, the chair can be folded flat with 3/4" thickness. Easy production and minimal assemled volume saves labor & energy for production and transportation."
Tomomi Sayuda¡¯s iBum chair will antomatically photocopy your ass, when you sit this chair. When audience sit down on the chair, a scanner on the top of chair to scan people's buttocks antomatically. Then the scanned image is printed out from the right hand side of the chair. A sensor is detecting people's existence all the time. So people will not realize the existence of the scanner. Without notice, the photocopy of the bum will arrive next to the chair.
This intro video of foldable Flux chair. "The Flux chair combines design with the practical advantages of foldable furniture in an innovative way. Folded in, the Flux chair can be easily carried as a case and stored completely flat, without giving away its final shape. Within 10 seconds the case transforms into a fullfledged design chair. It will be delivered mid 2009 "
The human hands as a chair foot holding up your chair, cool, by Wolk Design. "Chair Construction is a one-of-a-kind sculpture that functions doubly as a chair and as art. The human hands holding up the chair are interjecting and assuming the role of support, creating an illusion that tells a narrative of parts that are missing. The red disc is part of the design and included with the chair."
This Coffin Couch by Etsy seller VonErickson for $3,500. And the lid can be closed. This little gem has a velvet covered thick foam cushion and classic metal spring construction seat. It folds up to a fully shut position. Available in purple, red,or black fabric.
Your air lounge chair, the Nami Hanging Lounge Chair($229), it looks very comfortable! "Ride the wave to total relaxation and supreme comfort! Hang out in our Nami chair with its thick, foam-filled cushion and pillow, footrest and convenient cupholder, and you'll never want to leave. Constructed of weather-resistant 600-denier polyester with a sturdy birchwood frame, it can be used inside or out, attached to a ceiling beam or joist."
Tent Sofa designed by London designer Philippe Malouin. "This Sofa was created for Italian manufacturer Campeggi. Claudio Campeggi had asked me to create a transformable piece of furniture. I decided to focus on sofa-beds. Whenever someone sleeps over in a friend's iving room, there is always a certain lack of privacy, which can lead to sleepless nights. The sofa is made of soft polyurethane panels, therefore, it can be unfolded to create a real life tent in order to shield its user from public glances. This sofa could also be used in the public sector. The tent sofa was debuted in April 2009 at the Salone del Mobile, and will be widely available later this year."
The Chair made of 'Chair'. By Eric Ku. "An inspiration from the American contemporary artist Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chair. Instead of giving new definition, I redefined the concept of a chair by using alphabet. One is able to construct a chair by assembling the redesigned alphabets."
I want a home swing, I love this floating sofa, haha, called Wabi lawn-swing. Designed by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti. "The structure is made of stainless steel AISI 316 and iroko wood FSC certified. The upholstery is hand woved onto the wooden structure and is made of non-toxic, waterproof and fire resistant silicone, covered with Paola Lenti's signature Rope. Seat cushions and pillows with removable cover are available in materials and fabrics suited to remain outdoor. "