Thursday, March 27, 2008

Bench and a Deck Chair by Chih-Kang Chu

This chair is really cool, you can see the basic design of this chair nearly in everywhere, but with a little touch of creativity and idea, this chair has an advance shape and more function as a bench and a deck chair; it can be seated by only one person or shared with others in public space. In order to keep the balance and stability when folded, the original 4 legs are increased to 6 legs.

With this 6-leg modeling, the body looks like a standing dancing lion when it is folded. 4 pieces of solid wood are glued, cut into 2, so it still matches when folded. The arc can fit the human body; the surface has gone through the CNC polishing treatment; the boards are jointed by tenons; the axle is made of steel. Due to the weight of the structure the bench transforms to a deck chair easily and keepsits balance.

Designer: Chih-Kang Chu

Via : yankodesign

K-Chair, Mini Chair Design By Karimoku60

The K-Chair mini is a new mini chair design from Karimoku60, Karimoku is well known as the biggest wood furniture maker in Japan that established since 1940’s. This K-Chair mini is made of walnut-stained, sustainably harvested, rubberwood and black vinyl. It's a scaled-down version of the flagship mid-mod armchair. There aren’t any kid-sized side tables, though, so this would sit cutely, if a little forlornly, by itself. In conclusion if you want a piece of stylish and modern piece of furniture for your kid this might be a gret choice. You can bring back home this K-Chair mini for 25,000 yen. Interesting to get one..?

Via : Freshome