These constructions made of polyethylene plastic tubes, usually used for water, gas and electrical distribution, are strong and flexible pieces of public furniture. The designer, Sebastian Wierinck considers them to be experiments in contemporary design, aiming to “bring some new creative freedom, and some opportunities to follow the researches in the design and production of objects and spaces.” Dreams Home, Benches, Balconies Gardens, Art, Dreams Come True, Sebastien Wierinck, Funky Furniture, Cafes Seats, Modern Design
nicethingsbycoolpeople: Is it weird if I want to run my hands all over this chair? It is? Sorry. This lovely object is the Moon Chair by Mike To. I reminds me of Eero Aarnio’s shiny hollow plastic chairs but the sharp edges make it very modern and definitely not a blobject.
The volume has a double facade with a Structural-Glazing construction of white silk-screened glass, which envelops the building like a second skin and offers a frosted and refined appearance. The motif of the print provides a filtered view from inside to outside, and allows a vaguely transparent view when looking from the outside in. || archinect.com/...