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The peacock chair.


designed for cappellini by ny studio dror, the felt peacock chair is porn for furniture lovers.


I know it makes the blood rush to my face whenever I look at it, which is often. Though it may look elaborate, the Peacock Chair is made from only three single sheets of thick wool felt and a simple metal frame. It’s a breathtaking combination of material and form, and if I had one I don’t think I’d ever do anything but sit in it all day long. Available in four bright colors, it’s both an investment piece and a steal at $6,400 (on sale at Unica Home) and Luminaire.

designer: studio dror
producer: cappellini




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#1 Tweets that mention DesignApplause | The peacock chair. -- Topsy.com UNITED STATES on 12.22.10 at 8:28 pm

[...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Terri Nakamura and Terri Nakamura. Terri Nakamura said: #Beautiful felt peacock chair: http://ow.ly/3rHFA [...]

#2 Boca do Lobo 188.82.156.175 not found on 01.10.11 at 6:43 am

Boca do Lobo usually gets inspiration from Cappellini and their wonderful pieces. The attention to detail and the exclusive feeling of this brand are an example to us all at Boca do Lobo.

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#3 Anthony Huberman at The New Museum: T is For Testing Our Relationship To Objects | New Technology and Gadgets UNITED STATES on 01.30.12 at 10:29 am

[...] to Meret Oppenheim’s “Object” (better known as the fur teacup), or the purple Peacock Chair or anything robin’s egg blue—and he did, but in a much more abstract way than I had [...]

#4 Anthony Huberman at The New Museum: T is For Testing Our Relationship To Objects | Toppli 50.116.96.2 not found on 01.31.12 at 9:01 am

[...] to Meret Oppenheim’s “Object” (better known as the fur teacup), or the purple Peacock Chair or anything robin’s egg blue—and he did, but in a much more abstract way than I had [...]

#5 Anthony Huberman at The New Museum: T is For Testing Our Relationship To Objects | Michelle Kaufman Designs 174.132.104.194 not found on 01.31.12 at 1:41 pm

[...] to Meret Oppenheim’s “Object” (better known as the fur teacup), or the purple Peacock Chair or anything robin’s egg blue—and he did, but in a much more abstract way than I had [...]

#6 Astral Universe » Anthony Huberman at The New Museum: T is For Testing Our Relationship To Objects 174.140.174.50 not found on 02.01.12 at 5:18 pm

[...] to Meret Oppenheim’s “Object” (better known as the fur teacup), or the purple Peacock Chair or anything robin’s egg blue—and he did, but in a much more abstract way than I had [...]

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