The problem with outdoor furniture is that it is often either too bulky to be practical for a small home or too rigid and small to allow for any prolonged relaxing. Luckily, this selection of folding chairs has got both aspects covered.
Inspired by the challenge to create sustainable and economical furniture pieces which possess a multitude of uses, Dutch Studio Nuy van Noort has designed a foldable chair made from 100 percent recycled and recyclable materials. The Vouwwow design caught the attention during the Fuori Salone exhibitions of the Milan Design Week due to its innovative use of recycled materials and efficient storage and transportation.
Dana Tomic Hughes of Yellowtrace was the eyes and ears of Mr. Yatzer while he was missing from this year’s Italian design marathon. Discover their hand-picked selection of the best projects and installations from Milan Design Week 2013.
In Japan, room sizes are not measured in feet or meters, but in mats, based on multiples of the standardized tatami mats that were traditionally used to cover floors. They have fallen out of favour, but designer Shin Yamashita has reinvented them in a