Unique and stylish furniture design definitely does not rely on how it looks like, but also on how it was made. The Bistro Light will surely show you why. Looking at the photos, I really thought that the chair has an expensive cushion and upholstery but no! designer Ditte Hammerstrom uses a foam and ties it on to the base, which resulted into a fun, cute, and unique looking chair. The tie wires creates a sophisticated look to the chair as it creates bulges. I find this chair ideal for country houses, but if you like it even when in the city, this can be good as well, as long as it matches with your home’s interior design. -via
From: Ditte Hammerstrom
It is fun camping either on campsites or just at your backyards. When camping, bringing along a hammock is almost automatic to every camper. The Kammok is a hammock you can install anywhere you wanted. You can enjoy the benefits of being in a refreshing campsite even when you are just right at your backyard with KAMMOK because of its portability and ease of use. Made of Lunarwave fabric, the KAMMOK can give total comfort needed by a person. It sits one person at a time, the KAMMOK also looks stylish enough to be one of your modern and stylish landscape items.
Designed as a graduation project by Hanne Kortegaard, the Mussel Chair is another striking furniture design that surely not only provides comfort to its users but also form part of a home or office interior design. As its name suggests, the Mussel Chair mimics the look of the delicious sea creatures. It look comfortable enough with its cushioned seat curved to fit a human’s body shape. In addition, the stainless steel legs give an elegant look to the chair.
The Mussel is intended for young people but also children and adults. I have tried to visualize the symbiosis that can occur between child and adult in a cozy environment. Transferring the concept and form of the mussel, into a form where I have let myself be inspired by the mussels idiom. Because the mussel for me symbolizes and expresses the symbiosis and dependence of two objects – the shell and the mussel.
From: Hanne Kortegaard