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Light Up – Anglerfish inspired Chair

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Light Up – Anglerfish inspired Chair

The Light up is designed by Dutch designer Christiaan Oppewal (formerly of Ontwerpers Nu) and inspired by Deep Sea Anglerfish who have a little lamb on their head. Luckily the chair doesn’t have its teeth which would bar comfy seating.

See one of the 200 known Anglerfish species:

Deep-Sea-Anglerfish

(Image via Freak Beasts)

Toga Chair by Reut Rosenberg

Toga Chair by Reut Rosenberg

Toga Chair by Reut Rosenberg

Reut Rosenberg is an Israeli industrial designer and graphic artist, who recently graduated from the Holon Institute of Technology. She designed the ‘Toga’ chair, inspired by the aesthetic of draped cloth. It consists of a simple European oak frame and PVC sheet, formed in a mould. The plastic not only acts as a visual expression of cloth, but also a practical, constructive component to replace the frame’s back link and seat, providing minimalist comfort.

Via Wallpaper* Magazine.

and Designboom

Wingback upholstered with Josef Frank textile

Wingback-upholstered-with-Josef-Frank-textile

Wingback upholstered with Josef Frank textile

Pinned this one a long time ago. Learned via Love Megan the upholstery is Josef Frank linen (Textile La Plata 315 Linen) still available through Svenskt Tenn.

About Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn is an interior design shop located on Strandvägen in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson, who recruited Josef Frank to the company 10 years later. Together they created the elegant and boldly patterned personal interior design style that continues to pervade the collection to this day.

Josef Frank

Josef Frank was an Austrian architect, born in Baden near Vienna who later adopted Swedish citizenship.