Furniture Design by the Urbanist Lab

Coup de cœur : Le tabouret réglable par Carlo Contin

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DE PADOVA Upholstered armchair Design By Anna von Schewen from the Smeralda Collection

design français : "Drôles d'Oiseaux", projet d' Antoine Fritsch, Vivien…

design français : "Drôles d'Oiseaux", projet d' Antoine Fritsch, Vivien…

Choquequirao (Southern Quechua: Chuqi K'iraw, "Cradle of Gold" ) is a  Inca city that is similar in structure and architecture to Machu Picchu. The ruins are buildings and terraces at levels above and below Sunch'u Pata, the truncated hill top. The hilltop was anciently leveled and ringed with stones to create a 30x50 platform.

Three Worthy Alternatives to Machu Picchu

Choquequirao, Peru, South America - Choquequirao is essentially Machu Picchu without the crowds—the terraced stone and emerald-mountain view are almost the same, but Choquequirao gets just 1 percent of the visitors.

Timeline Mayan Civilization Population | Inca warriors in a painting by Angus McBride : from left to right ...

ΑΝ INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE INCAS

Decompression Chair – Matali Crasset

Decompression Chair – Matali Crasset

QUECHUA ARMCHAIR ARPENAZ COMFORT Folding Chair for adventure on damroobox

QUECHUA ARMCHAIR ARPENAZ COMFORT Folding Chair for adventure on damroobox

Machu Picchu with kids...

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Quechua fauteuil relook - Fau fur plaid - D&CO

Quechua fauteuil relook - Fau fur plaid - D&CO

Woh! Petit mot pour vous montrer ce prototype de banc vraiment chouette. Il a été conçu par Design Soil, un collectif d'étudiants et de professeurs du département de design de l'Université de Kobe au Japon. Le banc s'appelle Trinity et peut être aisément plié et déplié. Très cool! Si le des

Un banc ingénieux

Trinity Stool (Junichiro Oshima, a folding stool with tied knots at the both ends. The rope passes through the legs and the seat to give the relation that pulling each other from different directions, and in doing so, the rope tightens the legs firmly.

Fauteuils bas QUECHUA

Fauteuils bas QUECHUA

Assises étonnantes

Assises étonnantes

Designers love to say that their furniture “tells a story.” Italian designers Studio Formafantasma take that one giant step further with Domestica, a chair commissioned by the Dilmos Gallery that tells the history of their nation.

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