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Industrial design is a combination of applied art and applied science to improve the aesthetics, ergonomics, and usability of a product. Today we will take a look at chairs, stools, and benches. The role of an industrial designer is to create and execute design solutions for problems of form, usability, physical ergonomics, marketing, brand development, and sales.
We can all relate to furniture as a personal expression. Whenever you go shopping for your home, you typically select the most appealing furniture based on your preference. Design, itself, is often difficult to describe to non-designers and engineers because the meaning accepted by the design community is not one made of words. If you are a part of this sort of profession, you clearly notice the details in every single thing you look at.
One of the most questions that comes to your mind is, “Why is it made like that?” While some people find it as a curse, others appreciate industrial design more that it’s functionality. Listed below are twenty unique industrial seating designs for your inspiration. Most of the designs are concept and unfortunately aren’t available for purchase. This article might also be useful for interior design ideas as well. Enjoy!
Dishy by David Fox
Knoh by Fabiano Braga
Scribble Chair by Brad Ascalon Studio
Chairs by Derek Lu
Bar Stool by Lucian Popescu
Mino Chair by Jessica Biggs
Bent Wood Chair
Suma by Abigail Bartlett
Elements Chair by Frank Cresencia
Arms Chair by Oleksandr Shestakovych
Eco Decor ‘Design Natural’ by Chris Gurney
Stool by Lukas Franciszkiewicz
Cardboard Ghery by Konstantin Achkov
Fill in the cat by Oscar Nunez
Remains Benches by Elyse Marks
WINK CHAIR by Mike Neumann
Moon Chair by Fabiano Pottes
Splay Bench by Frank Cresencia
Line chair by Oleksandr Shestakovych
Minimal Black Wire Chair by Nendo
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