The Lipsticks Armchair is one of the latest addition to the already well established "Seletti Wears Toiletpaper" collection. The images for the armchairs are chosen by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and then printed onto the fabric using inkjet machinery designed specifically for large formats. A special heat treatment ensures the resistance of the print and the vividness of the colours.
Each "Seletti Wears Toiletpaper" armchair is truly a work of art. The armchairs are available in 6 versions: Lipsticks, Snakes, Flowers With Holes, Shit, Volcano and Kitten.
"Seletti Wears Toiletpaper" is a selection of objects characterised by an inexhaustible desire to experiment black humour dipped in pastel, realised with democratic and familiar materials and combined with unexpected images and pop spirit. The collection consists of various types of products, ranging from tableware to fashion.
Seletti has evolved a long way from its roots as a family business founded in 1964 importing interior products into Italy. Now run by the second generation with Stefano Seletti at its creative helm, Seletti has broadened its product range from tableware to decorative items, lighting, furniture and more. Its vast collection reflects the creative energy of Stefano's team and his distinctive design philosophy: playful designs inspired by everyday objects but always with an unexpected, witty twist. Surprising and delightful in equal measures and always at democratic prices.
Sliced Sphere is a simple yet sculptural suspension light designed by Frederik Roije. The shape of the light is based on a simple sphere with a line of light created by a diagonal slice, creating two halves which float above each another, encircled by a line of light. The Sliced Sphere suspension light works especially well when used in a group and is ideal for contract and domestic use.
The Sliced Sphere suspension light comes in 6 different versions.
Frederik Roije is a Netherlands based, internationally renowned designer with a growing collection of furniture, lighting and interior accessories. His products are characterised by slick, clean lines with minimalist designs punctuated by a dash of quirkiness. Frederik Roije is also an accomplished interior designer whose works are perfect showcases of his sophisticated and elegant style.
The Knotted Cherry Container is a brass ring holder designed by Nika Zupanc for Ghidini 1961. The container, part of the "Take me to Miami" collection, encapsulates the spirit of sultry heat, magical sunsets and 1950s glamour perfectly; its sensuous shape and exquisitely polished surface hinting at the treasures within. The Knotted Cherry Container makes a charming ring holder but is just as beautiful on its own.
NIka Zupanc is a young Slovenian designer whose designs give voice to the intuitive, eclectic and intimate, resulting in products that are highly expressive and distinctly feminine. She has worked many leading international brands including Moooi, Se and Dior.
Ghidini 1961 is the design-led consumer products brand from Ghidini Bosco, the Italian specialist in metal die-casting renowned for their manufacturing expertise, especially with brass. Precious and luxurious, Ghidini 1961 is the perfect marriage of manufacturing heritage and cutting-edge contemporary design. Read our related blog post on Ghidini 1961 here.
Designed by Big Game for Moustache, the Bold Chair is unmistakably bold. The chair is made of two padded and upholstered steel tubes connected together, which recalls the classic metal framed school chair as well as a bent paper clip. Simple and striking, the Bold Chair is great on its own as an occasional chair or as a bold statement when grouped together in multiple colours around a table. Either way, it is sure to be a conversation starter!
Big Game is a Swiss-based design studio created by Augustin Scott de Martinville, Elric Petit and Grégoire Jeanmonod, all of whom teach at ECAL (the University of Art and Design in Lausanne). Their designs are well known for combining simplicity and functionality with an unexpected twist.
Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
Chariot, designed by GamFratesi for Casamania, is a mobile table consisting of three simple elements joined together: wheels, trays and structure. The wheels, usually small in ordinary trolleys, are enlarged to an exaggerated size here, becoming the defining feature of the product. The Chariot trolley is a winner of the Interior Innovation Award in 2013.
The Chariot works well as a practical trolley for every day use. Rubber tracks are incorporated into the wheels for easy movement, the two trays act as storage compartments, whilst the metal structure is also a handle: just raise the handle slightly and move the trolley anywhere!
GamFratesi is the design studio founded by Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian architect Enrico Fratesi. With this dual cultural background, GamFratesi draws on the Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the Italian design approach to create products with embedded stories, symbols and associations expressed in minimalist forms.
Casamania is a leading Italian furniture manufacturer with a distinctive brand signature. Its designs are characterised by sleek forms, bold shapes and strong colours, realised by well known designers including Luca Nichetto, Benjamin Hubert and Karim Rashid. Casamania has its roots in manufacturing bookshelves and storage systems but has since extended into all major product categories in multiple materials, from metal to plastic and wood. Renowned for its design creativity and superb quality, Casamania products work well for both public and private spaces, especially for customers who are looking for something out of the ordinary.
The Chrona V Suspension Light from Graypants is a sleek and stylish lamp inspired by the gaseous rings found around stars. The light takes the form of two spun brass dishes connected by a transparent acrylic strip through which the light emits.
The Chrona collection of lights are available in both horizontal (Chrona H) and vertical (Chrona V) orientations, each in multiple sizes. These can be clustered together to form a stunning constellation or hung individually to accentuate any space.
Graypants is a design studio founded by Seattle-based architects Seth Grizzle and Jonathan Junker in 2007. Their bold creativity has led to diverse designs in products and architecture, especially Scraplights, the brand's flagship line of pendant lights made entirely from repurposed corrugated cardboard. Since then, more collections have been created, always focusing on recycled paper or natural materials such as wood.