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One Shot by Patrick Jouin for MGX by Materialise

French designer Patrick Jouin’s stool is named because it is created in one shot. All of the moving mechanical parts are created in one laser sintered print and the stool emerges from the printing machine complete–no assembly required. The stool can only be made by three dimensional printing. One Shot can be collapsed, like an umbrella, or opened into a stool by simply pulling or pushing the handle on the seat of the stool.

Part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York.

OneShot.MGX, by Patrick Jouin, for MGX by Materialise

Aluminium Chair by Peter Scherer

Berlin designer Peter Scherer has designed the Aluminium Chair comprised of open loops and sleek curves. The 8mm water-cut aluminum seating was constructed with the objective of folding the 2d cutout into a 3d shape. Its elegant, continuous form makes it hard to judge where the material starts and ends.

Aluminium Chair, by Peter Scherer

Tailored Wood Bench TWB by Raw Edges for Cappellini

The collection made out of oak veneer filled with foam. Each piece is prepared to expand the foam inside, a process that crinkles the veneer in a way that makes each piece unique.

Tailored Wood Bench TWB, by Raw Edges Design Studio

Exhibition: Tomoko Azumi | Objective

Rocket presents the first gallery exhibition of furniture by the London-based Japanese designer Tomoko Azumi and her tna design studio. Models, drawings and watercolour sketches relating to collaborations with several international furniture-makers will be exhibited. The exhibition will document the evolution of the new Azumi dining table – a collaboration between Rocket and Benchmark Furniture.

Exhibition: Tomoko Azumi | Objective, 18 September – 20 November, at Rocket, London, UK

Quarter Round Armchair by Christopher Kurtz

Each of the pieces from the Quarter Round series by sculptor Christopher Kurtz is made by hand by the artist in his studio. The Quarter Round series includes an arm chair, side chair, dining chair, stool, bar stool and counter stool. The chairs, bar stool and counter stool are all available in an open or closed back. Available in ash, douglas fir, maple, walnut, or white oak with the choice of either a hand-rubbed oil or Danish soap finish.

Quarter Round Armchair, by Christopher Kurtz, at Artware Editions

Allumettes by Atelier Oï for Röthlisberger

The striking appearance of the Allumette sofa, table and chair is attributable to its filigree framework design in hardwood sourced from the Arura Vermelho tree. Here, forces and counterforces interplay to accept loads. Elegance and originality combine with stability. The non-varnished wood with its metallike tone is finely polished, allowing its sensual presence to develop fully. The Allumette sofa offers a high degree of seating comfort – and adds an extremely prestigious touch to living spaces and reception areas thanks to its sturdy and distinctive appearance.

Allumettes, by Atelier Oï, for Röthlisberger

Perspective Shelf by Fuquan Junze

Hong Kong based Fuquan Junze an interior, furniture and industrial designer, has created Perspective shelf. The design of the angular shelf is based on the principles of perspective drawing. Available in Oak.

Perspective Shelf, by Fuquan Junze, Oil Monkey Limited

Pillow by Stefano Giovannoni for Vondom

Pillow is a new range from Vondom and Stefano Giovannoni, designed to make a big squishy impact on any indoor or outdoor environment. The collection is suitable for contract and residential and perfect for that unique ‘edge’ in any hospitality project. The range features a choice of high-gloss lacquer colours, LED illuminated, or a remote controlled colour glow. The collection includes a lounge chair, coffee table, planter and ottoman.

Pillow, by Stefano Giovannoni, for Vondom

Boomerang Chill by Quim Larrea for Sancal

Finalist for the Delta awards and selected for Designpreis of Germany, Boomerang chill is the latest innovative piece in the Boomerang collection. Inspired by an aboriginal implement – boomerang form is taken as the backbone of the whole design. Made from solid ash, models include an easy chair, ottoman and chaise longue.

Boomerang Chill, by Quim Larrea, for Sancal

Fossa Sofa by Aurélien Barbry for COR

For Aurélien Barbry designing is an existential exercise. “An exercise where you think about the most simple things in you daily life and ask yourself why you do like you do or how it could be done differently.” The Fossa Sofa changes roles when cushions are added to or removed from the slots in the seat.

Fossa Sofa, by Aurélien Barbry, for COR

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