The whacky designs of Patrick Le Ray

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By Anthony le Bourlier in New Design on Thursday 6 October 2011

Imagine a concrete chandelier, a rocking chair that doesn’t move, a wooden chair that looks like it’s come straight from the woods. Patrick Le Ray takes a lot of time to search for inspiration: in a forest or in a field close to Paris. His ideas are clever, and his work is well worth a […]

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Stunning chair artwork by Romy Scheroder

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By Troy Mattison Hicks in New Art on Saturday 2 July 2011

Sculptor and conceptual artist Romy Scheroder transforms chairs into distorted surreal artwork that totally bends your spacial perception. Her awesome work is currently on display at the Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial at Wave Hill until September 5.

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Loopita: new armchair design by Victor Aleman

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By Kero D. in New Design on Thursday 17 March 2011

Victor Aleman, a talented designer originally from Mexico, has joined the Kerozene Design Team. After more than three years of development and tests, this is his one-of-a-kind armchair. You can use it to talk face-to-face or wrap it around itself, like a giant shell that can also accommodate your friends.

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Chair wedge design by architect Graham Neaves

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By JJ in New Design on Friday 4 March 2011

We love this ‘chair as sculpture’ by architect Graham Neaves which, despite it’s solid presence, is surprisingly comfortable. The prototype was made in timber.

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