cilicon faytory: fairy chairs
 
cilicon faytory: fairy chairs cilicon faytory: fairy chairs
mar 25, 2010

cilicon faytory: fairy chairs

fairy chair image © designboom

singaporean designers cici chen and lui honfay of cilicon faytory presented their new furniture collection ‘fairy’ chairs at the IFFS singapore furniture fair 2010.

the traditional asian language of this furniture collection has been translated into a clean contemporary style. the application of hand-carved ornaments does not compromise the clean lines.

front view

detail shows the handcarvings image © designboom

‘fairy’ furniture collection image © designboom

fairy table

fairy table

chair image © designboom

front view

image © designboom

detail image © designboom

image © designboom

cici chen and lui honfay of cilicon faytory image © designboom

  • VERY ELEGANT,

    MONIQUE says:
  • guys, I think nigel coates just copied your work,check the post on dezeen

    lol says:
  • nigel coates stuff is crab

    Jean says:
  • I like the way how it relates to handicraft and that it is still a very oriental style

    kp says:
  • I was at their exhibition booth. I was very impressed with the detailing of the chair. While there is a modernity of the form, there are hints of craftsmanship that catches the eye in a subtle and pleasant way.

    Good job! 🙂

    Darren says:
  • Moooi did a chair – Carved chair 2 years back.

    JL says:
  • Too many jealous people commenting.
    [url=http://www.stylepark.com/en/moooi/carved-chair] The moooi chair [/url] is a carved chair.
    That is the only thing in common.

    KAREN says:
  • This is a mix between asian tradition an european elegance. It’s something that cant be done in america because of the cost of hand fabrication. Gaving a edge on production to asian product. BUT, aesteticaly it’s a bit poor. Nothing new in the lines. And to romantic for me. Is that new art deco?!

    Poetti says:
  • hope the spelling mistakes on the names are intentional…looking a bit wannabe.

    V says:
  • i know these 2 guys personally and they are creative.

    GAVIN WOO says:

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