Unam Chair by Sebastian Herkner

Sebastian Herkner’s Unam is a comfortable lounge chair in solid wood. Inspired by the pragmatic projects of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in India, Herkner has transferred these concepts into his own design language. “The product features clean lines and authentic materials and it is based on traditional manual ability and aesthetics revisited with a contemporary … Continue reading

Skale by Sarah Böttger

German designer Sarah Böttger has created the clothes storage system Skale. The products were created by scaling the same rectangular shape up and down to create the tubular metal hall stand. “Skale can be what you make of it – a wardrobe, side table, shoe shelf or simply to display your favorite outfit,” explains Böttger. “Its … Continue reading

Nørd Chair by David Geckeler for Muuto

Two laminated plywood shells slot together to form this chair by Berlin designer David Geckeler without any metal fixings. The chair is called Nørd, meaning nerd, and the design won last year’s Muuto Talent Award and has now been put into production with the Danish brand. Read more: Muuto Read more: David Geckeler

Chapeau by Milia Seyppel

German designer Milia Seyppel has designed a series of ceramics named Chapeau. Chapeau are beautifully finished with matt pastel colours on the outside and glossy on the inside. The shapes have a lovely poetic language. Milia showed at the Salone Satellite during last month furniture fair in Milan. Milia describes Chapeau, “CHAPEAU understands serving food … Continue reading

Nørd Chair by David Geckeler

Berlin based design student David Geckeler has created the Nørd Chair. David explains, “danish for nerd, geek, crank – this describes the main character and design of this chair. Made out of laminated wood assembled without any metal parts it follows the idea of concentrating on the detail and keeping the moulding process down to … Continue reading