Editors' Picks: Selected Seating
Designed to tuck neatly into the seat of the Flux Chair, the Flux Cushion provides an extra layer of comfort and customizability to this remarkable seating.
Riffing on the concept behind a pin-impression toy, the Los Angeles designer Adam Friedman came up with a seat whose solid walnut blocks conform to the sitter’s body thanks to the foam padding underneath them.
The anodized-aluminum frame locks into different positions for an array of relaxing angles and no fear of tipping off the patio.
- Designer and builder Damian Velasquez of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is exhibiting his all-metal outdoor furniture line, Half13, at booth #1011 on the Dwell on Design show floor.
- London based artist and industrial designer, Charlotte Kingsnorth, creates effortless and contemporary pieces of furniture, which challenge form and question conformity.
Senior Editor Aaron Britt hits the streets of San Francisco with a colorful array of Flux chairs—foldable, origami-style perches created by Dutch designer Douwe Jacobs. Directed by Nathan Cozzolino.
Join us for Meet the Architects Night, an evening of presentations from the architects of the homes featured at the 2011 Dwell Home Tours.
Enjoy the evening at the new Gandia Blasco Los Angeles showroom and preview new products that were presented at the Salone del Mobile Milan 2011.
Gandia Blasco outdoor furniture collections are inspired in the philosophy of modern and Mediterranean-inspired designs. The company has collaborated with international prestigious designers such as Patricia Urquiola, Palomba & Ludovica and Jean-Marie Massaud, becoming a regerence in contemporary design. Gandia Blasco has 20 exclusive showrooms worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami and Milan.
It was love at first sight for us with Mangas, a collection of rugs by Patricia Urquiola for Gan that redefine the chunky knit. Translated into Spanish, the name means "sleeve," and the oversized strips of 100% virgin wool—knotted and woven into a series of patterns in a variety of colors—does mimic the look (and feel) of the most comfortable of sweaters.