As Saturday night is fast approaching we thought we'd feature a few chairs that have real disco appeal ...….
Commissioned by Wallpaper* Magazine, the Disco Chair was created by Kiwi & Pom, a London design studio. The Disco Chair is a custom illuminated furniture concept. Constructed from 200 linear meters of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms to a neon rainbow when powered. A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation. Cool!
The LightBench has a lighting function and can be used either indoors or outside. It uses technology which allows easy customisation of different colour shades. A fixed hue or an ever changing palette of colours are options. The user can pre-program the colour selection with an easy to use remote control. The LightBench was designed by Lutz Hopbach and is manufactured by Frellstedt (Germany).
We haven't been able to find out anything about this chair ...... but we like, very much!
The Coron is a hand-crafted, self-illuminating light chair - just plug it in and turn it on! The Coron's light source comes from six self-contained fluorescent fixtures that are accessible from the bottom of the chair. The chair is made from polypropylene sheets, polished aluminium and vinyl upholstery.
The Rough Diamond collection by Lee Broom features six neon-embellished chairs. Broom sourced vintage furniture and used light to update classic pieces into contemporary statements. The leather Club Chair takes a traditional Chesterfield but replaces the 85 buttons with fairground light bulbs.
Be careful not to sit on this one; its a 3D neon light!