Scoop Chair is a minimalist design created by Denmark-based design firm KiBiSi for Globe Zero 4. Scoop is a family of contract market furniture designed for the overlap between private spaces and public areas. It is a chair for human spaces that differs from existing products on the market in terms of character and function.
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This year, Artek celebrates Stool 60′s 80th anniversary. This stool, which is known for being able to stack infinitely, is Artek’s most popular design, and they’re featuring this year’s Stool 60 design by collaborating with various well-known architects and designers.
The three-legged wooden stool is already considered a classic furniture. Though the assembly of the stool doesn’t look that complicated, the stool’s most distinctive feature – the legs – took years to perfect. The unique curved-L shape of the stool makes it simple and highly stackable.
This year’s Stool 60 will be available in a variety of colorful finishes and designer editions.
Made in the Netherlands, this cradle and rocker is crafted from birch plywood and comes in a few limited finishes. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
We’re about to see some more material based designs from Dixon that are raw, masculine and just a tad rugged. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Bug Collection is a minimalist design created by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada, debuting at Salone del Mobile. The Bug collection aims to create a deeper connection between the bathroom area and the rest of the home by revisiting furniture typologies. The designers wanted to use a natural material that could co-habit with the moist atmosphere of the space.
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This beautiful piece strives to create a solution for those who just need a moment of comfort, calm and relaxation. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]
Jonah Takagi is the designer of the Index tables. His vibrant and never-ending imagination inspired him to become an industrial designer and start his own atelier. His furniture and lighting pieces have been well-received at previous shows including IMM Cologne and the Milan Furniture Fair.
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