Adding Comfort To Culture. Vitra Launches Fully Upholstered Versions Of Eames Shell Chairs.

Upholstered Versions of Eames Shell Chairs

The famous molded side and armchairs by Charles and Ray Eames, originally created in fiberglass in 1950, then made in plastic, now made of polypropylene, have become a little more comfy with the fully upholstered versions recently launched by Vitra. (more…)

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When Computers And Classics Collide: Sebastian Brajkovic’s Lathe Furniture

Lathe Furniture by Sebastian Brajkovic

Last Spring, Carpenters Workshop Gallery had a showing of Sebastian Brajkovic’s collection of work, entitled Lathe. The exhibit consisted of a series of several chairs and one aluminum table, all of which combine classic furniture design with computer inspired ‘stretching’ to create a modern interpretation of antique style furniture. (more…)

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