The Chair by Ukrainian design firm is based on the iconic geodesic dome shape originally conceived by Richard Buckminster Fuller (after whom buckyball molecule structures are named). The geometric composition of the lounge.
Seasons by Nao Tamura is an interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, inspired by nature and technology, through the cultural lens of Japan. The silica sand dishes are leaf shaped and flexible, rolling for storage. Perfect for a picnic.
Via SpaceInvading, customised Panton Chairs by architects and designers who were asked to "present their unique idea for the classic design piece" by Vitra. Above, the winner of the British Panton Chair Competition by Jump Studios.
Sway by Markus Krauss is a rocking lounge chair with a padded seat and a steel rack. Special ‘telescope’ mechanism enables it to become a regular ‘sturdy’ steady chair, and the seat’s shape is made to comfortably fit two users.
A Womb chair. HUSH is a seating pod by Freyja Sewell that’s designed to create a cozy and private space, much like a womb. With the ever-increasing ways of connecting people, downtime can quickly disintegrate.
Another great solution for small spaces, designed by Christian Desile, the Desile Folding Chair is is less than an inch thick when closed. The chair when closed can be hang on a wall providing a nice graphic interest to a space. It is available in
Bread Gnome -- What can we say? This is an adorable bread gnome. You eat his hat, which would be rude if he were a real gnome, but he's actually just an imaginary gnome that's been printed on a bread bag. (Yes, there ARE real gnomes, get over it.