Conjoined seating.

May 18, 2010 at 5:31 pm 1 comment

Lately I’ve been noticing more and more chairs, especially multi-person ones, with elements that are intentionally and obviously merged. Flea market-inspired style has been accepted as mainstream for a while now (note Greg Grande’s set decoration for mega-sitcom Friends). But these newer pieces are taking that eclectic spirit to a whole new level of form. The results are dramatic, with their effects ranging from peculiarly inviting to artistic and thought-provoking.

Mother Daughter Chair by Michael Whitney. Available at TRUNK, (718) 522-6488.
Store and artist’s studio are both located in DUMBO, Brooklyn

Esin Arsan‘s One For Two Chair; Hockerbank (stoolbench); Prickly Pear Chairs
All featured at this year’s ICFF

May 18’s daily design idea is do multiple chairs cuddling together form the ultimate loveseat?


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