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DING3000 Pocket Chair
DING3000 Pocket Chair: an eccentric solution for this small armchair in natural soft-touch effect cuoietto leather. Slipped as a glove on the wooden structure, the body of the POCKET CHAIR is hanged on the structure, guaranteeing a surprising adaptability of the seat. The cozy shape gives it a familiar, yet sophisticated look. Washable and resistant, it can be used in different contexts, from home to office but also in lounge bars, wine shops and restaurants.
DING3000 is the studio of the designers Carsten Schelling, Sven Rudolph and Ralf Webermann. After learning together and working together for different studios, they joined forces in 2005, designing consumer goods like furniture, luminaries and residential accessories. They became known with some bold ideas, such as the “Pimp My Billy” project – a series of “tuning items” for “Billy” from IKEA, the world’s biggest seller when it comes to shelves.
These guys are used to receive awards for their work – so far they received more than 30 design prizes, including the internationally renowned iF Product Design Award, the RedDot Design Award and the Design Plus Award.
The chair is produced and distributed by Discipline.
Read more on: discipline.eu.
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