10 Monochrome Seats in Surprising Shapes
Sit back and unwind in these bold seats that prove a monochromatic palette is anything but boring.
Matias Møllenbach and Nick Rasmussen’s Ready stackable chairs in beech and lacquered oak veneer by Menu.
Arsenii Brodach and Anastasia Gulyaeva’s Nra chair in powder-coated steel and enameled birch plywood by Delo Design.
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Visibility’s Champ aluminum, tubular steel, and painted ash stacking stool in Mint by MoMA Design Store.
Richard Trory’s Circus Wood lacquered white-ash chair in Ultramarine by EDITS.
Domo upholstered wood chair in blue by Larissa Batista.
Yannick and Fanny Gicquel’s Giovana sofa with beech and particleboard frame by Popus Editions.
Sebastian Herkner’s Taru polyester-upholstered lounger with polyurethane-foam cushioning, particleboard and plywood frame, and tubular-steel base by Ligne Roset.
Jessica Engelhardt’s Cempa Alfresco polypropylene and anodized aluminum chairs by Dauphin.
Doshi Levien’s Quilton sofas in plywood, pine, beech, and polyurethane by Hay.
Barber Osgerby’s On & On stackers of recycled polyethylene terephthalate and glass fiber in Cypress Green, Stockholm White, and Coral Orange by Emeco.
Wood Melbourne Brings Postmodern Pop to the Bathroom
Add a postmodern pop of color to the bathroom with Chromablock, Wood Melbourne’s evocatively hued resin faucet handles in two distinct shapes.
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