This chair might be the dream of any firearm fanatic. Crafted from real AK-47s, this JamesEdition creation boasts style and innovation in its effort to pay homage to arguably one of the more infamous assault weapons. The Chair is composed of genuine, formally still in service 4 stb AK47 featuring a fixed stock and 2 stb AK47 featuring a so-called folding stock, which utilized as a front chair legs and at the same time as both arm rests. The weapons were completely dismantled and welded back together. The synthetic pistol grips were varnished in black and the remaining wooden stocks were then treated with special varnish. This piece truly stands out in its design and artistic vision. We have no idea of much it cost to have a chair like this. But if you are interested, you can go this page for request.
“Chair Wear” as its name suggested, is a kind of special clothes designed for chair. Designed by a team of Dutch designers named Bernotat&Co who believe “Why buy a new chair when you can dress up the one you have?” Hence they designed a series of clothing for chairs and named them “Knit-Net, Pique-Pocket, Macumba, Gros Foulard, Chairwarmer, Plissé Composé, Hoodini, Spook, Olelé Olalá. According to designer, dressing up a chair can make it not only more comfortable and practical but also very stylish. How do you think?
Exocet is a new concept chair created by Montreal-based designer Stéphane Leathead. Its unique & clever design – identical slats assembled on a rotating cylinder, allows user to transform it in order to get the desired shape with ease. It can be configured in several ways to meet different needs and provide maximum comfort. You can use it as normal chair, reclining chair, sofa or day bed. Its sleek and distinctive style demonstrates a perfect balance between form and function. Exocet is the first product for design studio Designarium, and will be presented at the Interior Design Show in Toronto Later January, 2015.
People don’t love skull and skeleton only at Halloween. Actually, there are group of people who constantly love these symbol of dark fashion. Usually, skull and skeleton design are commonly used in jewelry and clothing design. While some creative industrial designers make one step further and create these awesome skull/skeleton shaped chairs. Some of them are available for purchase while some of them are more like a artwork. Such furniture probably isn’t for every interior and not every our reader, but this collection is surely worth your attention!
1. Skull Chair by Yamada Tetsuya [source]
Tokyo-based artist, Tetsuya Yamada, breathes new life into the dark face of death with his line of candy-colored skull chairs. Yamada creates oversized chairs out of an inverted skull-shaped mold of plastic and fiberglass. Each chair is 90 cm x 120 cm and engraved with the artist’s iconic logo.