Salone Milan 2010 – The Invisibles

Salone Milan 2010 – The Invisibles

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka will launch a collection of transparent polycarbonate furniture at the Kartell showroom in Milan next month.

Called The Invisibles, the collection will include chairs, tables, armchairs and benches displayed within an installation at the store designed by Yoshioka

Drift Design..

We asked our self : can we make a real life size image of our futuristic chair designs in real life?We found a technique that could create this image in Plexiglas, After figuring out how to use this on a big 3D object our chairs came into existence. The inner shapes visible when light reflects on them are formed by millions of air bubbles contributing to it’s name. … Ghost Chair.

Ghost Chair shows the future feeling of a chair that does not really exist yet. Nobody is just normal and straight however it sometimes looks like we are, even a chair has its extraordinary sides.

Miss Blanche Chair

Shiro Kuramata (Japanese, 1934-1991)

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