Lounge chair Q1 by ODESD2, is based on Richard Buckminster Fuller's spherical thin-shell structure, which is used for creating the geodesic domes. The spherical shape of the chair provides the most comfortable and natural fit for human.
This is an appealing Pop Art chair for children. Created by artist Keith Haring from French Vilac, the chair represents children raising their arms in joy. Size: 27.5h x 19w x 9"d. Suitable for children aged 2 and up. $128
Spanish designer Jorge Penadés has created the 'Nomadic Chair', a flexible piece that can be adorned like a backpack. The project reduces traditional comfort levels, replacing them with an object that encourages maximum mobility for an on-the-go lifestyle.
This pig couch made by etsy seller Pavia Burroughs. Cool "Hillhock is a sculpture and a fully functional one person chair measuring roughly 5.5' x 3.5' x 2.25'. Hillhock is completely hand stitched, upholstered in dusty pink velvet and pink satin, sports two hand carved walnut hooves and two glass taxidermy eyes."
The "water bench" by MARS architects is an outdoor piece of furniture that collects and stores rainwater through functional cushions. It is an adaptable, modular design, that has been fashioned off our traditional notions of a chesterfield sofa, creating the atmosphere of an urban living room within the public realm.
The Float Table is a matrix of "magnetized" wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables. It's classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float's dynamic character.
Quartz is an armchair designed by CTRL ZAK and Davide Barzaghi, the result of a mathematical series applied to furnishings. The two-dimensional structure in beechwood – pentagons and hexagons – develops three-dimensionally in space thanks to the volumising effect of the stuffing, upholstered with natural fibres. Thus, a comforting, wraparound micro-habitat is created in this grid enriched with geometric shapes. $14,000
The shoe stool by Japanese designer Koichi Futatsumata (Case Real) is a stool designed with dress shoes in mind. The steel stool, which is produced by Wisteria features a foot rest and shelf intended for polish, brushes and a shoe horn.
The Massaud Canopy by Jean-Marie Massaud is a revolutionary step forward in communication and space utilization. Aside from the hood, the Canopy comes equipped with built-in LED lighting, a removable pillow insert so you can get comfy, and Bluetooth connectivity for your audio. Aside from extra privacy, the drop-down hood also improves acoustics so you can enjoy watching movies, concerts, or TV shows while in the seat.