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Wednesday 11th May 2011

Red Batoida Chair and Stool by Peter Donders.

Like you’re fancy chairs? Then check out the new Batoida line from Peter Donders. The ravishing red aluminium chair and stool are cast in 1 piece in a 3D printed sand mould.The chair consists of only 1 single surface with a minimum thickness of 8mm. Pretty Spiffy. Weight +/- 8 kg Dimensions:H : 729 mmW:... Read More

Tuesday 10th May 2011

Not So Fragile by UXUS

Furniture items are an important part of all dwellings and offices. They decorate our spaces and have the power to change the whole appearance of an area in a matter of seconds. But what happens once we are done with the furniture piece? Well most of us will throw them out or sell them without... Read More

Monday 9th May 2011

Topple – Rocking Red Bookcase by Julian Appelius

This Brand New Rocking Bookcase from Pulpo is made of a powder-coated steel and it’s bottom is equipped with a 5-degree tilt, allowing it to rock. Julian Appelius assures that the bookshelf will hold your books level as long as you have enough of them to fill up a row. The bookshelf is made in steel... Read More

Tuesday 3rd May 2011

The Log Chop Bench by The Practice Everyday Design.

The Log Chop Bench is a new piece by The Practice of Everyday Design. It represents an exploration in process-based design. They decided to approach the concept of this one-off piece by setting up a series of parameters that would define the final product without them relying on drawings or a concrete final image. Given little instruction and... Read More

Tuesday 26th April 2011

Thomas de Lussac – Romantic Benches

French Industrial designer Thomas de Lussac has launched his collection of designer benches. With models such as ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘You and Me’, the bench invites reconciliation and conviviality. Thomas de Lussac chose contemporary materials such as aluminum and pop colors to reinvent the bench. These benches may be found in French parks this... Read More

Red Brick Sculpture Show by Richard Woods

One of the most important cultural movements that took place in the 1980’s, is an initiative that was created by the late Italian designer Ettore Sottsass and a group of young Milanese architects and designers, who have redefined the way in which we relate to the space we live in. This movement was called Memphis. In... Read More

Thursday 21st April 2011

Red Lounger – The Oru Armchair by Ramón Esteve

Inspired by the art of origami comes the Oru Armchair, the new creation from Joquer designed by Ramón Esteve. The chair gives the impression of having been folded in a patterned paper to create this stylish and original form. According to Eastern philosophy, origami brings calm and patience to those who practice the art, something which... Read More

Friday 15th April 2011

Need a Red Sofa? Foliage by Patricia Urquiola!

Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola presents this quilted sofa with a plastic frame called Foliage at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this week. The design features branching thermoplatic legs and a polyurethane foam seat covered in stretchy fabric stitched with a leaf-shaped motif. The information that follows is from Kartell: Dialogue between natural realities... Read More

Monday 7th March 2011

Iconic Chairs…In RED!

We at Red Candy LOVE the classic designs of iconic chairs and it is definitely something to look forward to from us in our store in the near future. For now though we want to share the brilliance of these design classics with you…in red!  Panton Chair by Verner Panton The Panton Chair has been... Read More

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