Friday, September 23, 2011

Dichotomy Chair by Jean Damien Lury

This is design from the new design studio Lury Furniture. Jean-Damien Lury is the designer who manages this studio and presents to us the Dichotomy Chair. The design studio brings high quality and functional furniture’s. The material used for construction this chair is Black Walnut American Wood and Rippled European Sycamore wood. The price of the chair corresponds to its quality and modernistic look. If you want to buy a set of six you will need around £7,000 - £10,000. If you are wondering can you fit this modern chair in your room here are the dimensions 450mm wide, 600mm deep, and 1,110mm high.

 Dichotomy brings together a traditional ladder-back chair design inspired by Ernest Gimson (an architect-designer working during the arts and craft movement at the turn of the last century) which has slats that play with positive and negative space - slats get wider as they rise up the chair back and the space between them gets smaller - with a modern curve as the seat.

Cay Sofa by Alexander Rehn

Everybody loves sofas. After a long day you sit or lie down and relax in it. There are a lot of different kinds of sofas, one for watching TV, another for the kitchen, maybe for the guest to sleep of for relaxing in the living room. The Swiss designer Alexander Rehn thought all of that and created the Cay sofa. This is really multifunctional by all means Sofa. 

The design is really unique concept shape - shifting. The sofa is divided to many pieces as everyone is connected with special hinges. The sofa adapts to the person sitting or laying over it and follows the natural curves of the person.  The sofa is like a plastic in the users hands it can twist turn and change its shape. The sofa i colored in black and only the base is made in white. So if you want to have multifunctional designer furniture that can be used in almost all situations then you definitely need the Cay Sofa by Alexander Rehn.

Here is a video of the project

cay sofa alexander rehn from Alexander Rehn on Vimeo.

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