con3studio: pompon chair
con3studio: pompon chair
dec 09, 2009

con3studio: pompon chair

pompon chair by con3studio

italian con3studio have sent in images of their recent project ‘pompon’. using the pompon technique they created the lightweight chair; it is made from ‘oversize’ yarn obtained from recycled waste produced by the textile industry. the seat consists of two elements: a ring and a pompon that can be used together or separately, according to the different ways they can be assembled by simple insertion.

con3studio: pompon chair pompon chair

con3studio: pompon chair

con3studio: pompon chair the making of the chair

con3studio: pompon chair pompon technique

can you think of looking at new tools and techniques to improve the work process in a new way?

designboom and ‘MACEF’ international home show have co organized ‘the intelligent hand’ competition, the 6th edition of collaboration for the design award massimo martini.

we are seeking contemporary and innovative high-value home accessories, tableware, utensils, tools, furnitures …

be quick, register now as application registration will be accepted only through january 02, 2010. see how to submit your work here.

  • i like these armchairs, i love this yarn

  • i’ve seen these chirs…but there are not beautiful…

  • Wow. I don’t like.

  • thank you ridhika for the macef competition,
    we are in the making of the item, we want to produce it with special tissue for the ring and big yarns for pompon, maybe a smaller chair…

  • it’s possible to buy it? or is a exhibit prototype?

  • very original and clever
    an emotional armachair, new design proposal
    good, congratulations to con3studio
    think pom-pon!!


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