The ‘Peel Chair’ by London-based studio Blond is a triumphant fusion of natural inspiration and modernist influence. Channeling the creative spirit of Marcel Breuer, a pioneer of plywood furniture, Blond have crafted a chair that encapsulates the fluid beauty of a singular sheet of plywo
It’s exciting when designers who don’t necessarily have the practical skills to produce something themselves, but who have a keen eye for what looks good and what the market needs, collaborate with makers who have the experience and techniques necessary to bring these ideas to fruition.
Wojtek Tomaszewski is a Polish industrial designer who believes in creating sustainable products, the Profil furniture collection in particular is special as it looks to sustainability in mass production
These furnitures titled under the name 'ROOM' have both functional and playful elements. Using plywood they've created furniture as rooms, giving each object a house where it can reside.
Designer Martin Moeller's project Ply Candy is all about the production of plywood furniture that's environmentally friendly and functional.
It wasn’t that long ago that I entered another small business into the archive named M.Saito Wood Works, and today it’s quite ironic that I’m placing another in called SAITO WOOD, which is quite close but not exactly the same. To be honest they’re on different sides of the spectrum but they
Mr Breuer isn’t exactly a stranger to our archive, these modernist designers always seem to crop up again and again with their classic timeless designs, ones that I’m extremely envious of. Take for example these plywood furniture pieces by Marcel sourced from his ever growing digital archive, it
George Nelson is one of my all time favourite designers (yes, I know I've got many) and is possibly one of the most important influential figures in American design. Like most of the creatives that I look up to he tended to cross through different areas, whether it be a graphic artist, an architect,
Today I thought I'd bring across some nice imagery of a chair and also some history and background to go alongside it. This specific piece, named sm05, was designed by Dutch designer Cees Braakman in 1958 and was one of the first chairs to be entirely fabricated from steel wire. It's a classic desig