These armchairs are collection made in design named “Holly All” designed by Philippe Starck. The shape of “Holly All” it looks like a giant vase. It has size dimensions (Size: L 92 cm, W 89 cm, H 200 cm) enable you to use it for a place to sit or use it as a sculpture. These armchair are made from polyethylene and steel base. [Via]
Fabio Novembre has designed 36h and 56h outdoor chair for Italian furniture manufacturer, Driade. 36h is an easy chair which has a throne with a high chair back and softly curved chair. The design is consist of an aluminum structure that is covered with woven plastic. 56h is a rocking chair that is created from an aluminum structure too with covered woven plastic. 36h and 56h are made with the hands of skilled craftsmen. [Via]
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The Big armchair is designed Stefan Diez for Spain company, Gandia Blasco. The Big is a dining chair suitable placed in outdoor, created from 100% recyclable rotomoulded polyethylene. This chair is made by taking inspiration from the soft appearance of four cushions gathered together to form a seat and playing with the mono-bloc typology of an elegant outdoor chair. [Via]
Cedric Ragot has designed The Altesse chair for Qui est Paul. The French word “altesse” means “highness” in English. Altesse is a chair that confers power to whose get the privilege enthroned, such as king or queen in the palace. The Altesse chair is created from polyethylene, completely recyclable and weather- resistant that making it perfect to placed in patio. Altesse is really a striking chair and have interesting piece that can be appreciated as a statue and emotional standpoint. [Via]
French designer Philippe Nigro already collaboration with Serralunga developing Canisse. The Canisse consisting of sofas and chairs, protected place with big pillows on the inside, to invite relaxation. Canisse is ideal for use in outside areas but can also produce an eclectic effect in the home, with features highly decorative design on the back, in harmony with the spirit of Serralunga’s Living Different collection.
Like a fence built from a bunch of stems, joined together, this structure is expanded in a line of stackable sofas and armchairs. Rotational molding technology, encouraged to its limits, has contributed to the creation of an illusion of fused stems. The longer stems become the legs of the sofa. (Philippe Nigro) [Via]