- In this Conversation Piece series, we take a look at 10 statement chairs that are sure to turn heads and get tongues wagging.
Wavelike strips of bamboo plywood, layered over a frosted polycarbonate body, define this 2009 piece by designer David Trubridge. It's available in a pendant or a table lamp.
David Trubridge first created this fixture in 2004, using untreated hoop pine plywood pieces that snap together. It's now available in recyclable polypropylene.
Zen Conference III, designed by Åke Axelsson, is availalbe with ash or stain legs, and fabric or leather upholstery.
- It’s readily available, affordable, fairly sustainable, and hardy—what’s not to love about pine?
The Österlen chair is named for the area in southern Sweden in which it was built. Sempé, a southerner herself, used typical bentwood techniques to craft the piece, which features U-shaped cuts in the legs and back. Chair available in ash, stain or lacquer, with a veneer seat.
- Monica Förster takes a hands-on approach to furniture design.
- Every February, the very best new Nordic furniture designs debut at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and the Northern Light Fair.