Espen Halvorsen

Espen Halvorsen

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Fascinated with geometry, the French visual artist and photographer Christian Desile eventually began creating furniture. His Desile chair, above, caused quite the stir at Paris' 2009 Maison & Objet show; the designer seemingly came out of nowhere to win the Coup de Coeur award. The bamboo version above is intended for indoor use, whereas the outdoor version below is produced from recycled PET plastic, and is itself 100% recycleable.

Christian Desile Folding Chair - The Desile Folding Chair is the perfect seat to triumph over shrinking modern storage issues. Designer Christian Desile is the mastermind behind th.

The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash.

The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash. {Anyone got a good half past a freckle joke, please submit below}

danish #lighting sketch http://www.decdesignecasa.blogspot.it/ #design #lamps

danish lighting sketch -PHPanton NormannCopenhagen Bang LeKlint Jacobsen Fog Karlby Utzon - illustration by Sivellink allgoodthings danish spotted by Lighting inspiration.

This is a genius idea. A chair/ bench that can transform into a table, or both! This would be excellent to use in a smaller space where having multipurpose furniture is key to a functioning space.

This is a genius idea. A chair/ bench that can transform into a table, or both! This would be excellent to use in a smaller space where having multipurpose furniture is key to a functioning space. Or an outdoor space.