Fascinated with geometry, the French visual artist and photographer Christian Desile eventually began creating furniture. His Desile chair, above, caused quite the stir at Paris' 2009 Maison & Objet show; the designer seemingly came out of nowhere to win the Coup de Coeur award. The bamboo version above is intended for indoor use, whereas the outdoor version below is produced from recycled PET plastic, and is itself 100% recycleable.

Christian Desile Folding Chair - The Desile Folding Chair is the perfect seat to triumph over shrinking modern storage issues. Designer Christian Desile is the mastermind behind th.

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Antique Furniture Sold - Aubrey's Antiques, not sure what I would do with it, just know I love it!


Thin Black Lines by Nendo Japanese studio Nendo will present a collection of black wire furniture with Phillips de Pury & Company at the Saatchi.

Stefan Siwinski three-leg dining chair (1958)

the holy grail of Canadian Design, the Stephan Siwinski three-legged side chair. Designed in 1958 in Toronto

Ecco Chair by Andrea Borgogni. (Salone Satellite). > BEST OF MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2013 > http://www.yatzer.com/best-of-milan-design-week-2013


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

Bambi DC09, a lithe and sinewy bit of indonesian rosewood is shaped for strength and contour. Designed by Inoda+Sveje

comes from Milan-based Inoda+Sveje Design Studio, established in Copenhagen in 2000 by Osaka-born Kyoko Inoda and Danish Nils Sveje. Japanese Miyazaki Isu manufactures this chair in teak, ash or Indonesian rose wood.

Heel chair by Nendo

Nendo Heel Chair - Heel is a slim chair which tapers like a stiletto heel. Light and stackable it can easily be taken anywhere.

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Best Architect-Designed Products of Milan Design Week 2013

“Omega” armchair \ Japanese designer Hironao Tsuboi designed for Arflex Japan. It is made of oak and walnut.

“Omega” armchair Japanese designer Hironao Tsuboi designed for Arflex Japan.