Some designs are just so classic ánd classy, I believe I should cover them on the blog. No matter you might have seen that one object a million times. I am talking about the iconic Roly Poly chair by Faye Toogood. It is one of those chairs I find so iconic and chubby I just want to believe it would fit my home. Looking for more softness though I know it is not the right time for me!
While searching for a set or mirrors, like the ones above, that sadly are not available anymore at Zara home [let me know if you know any look a likes] I found the picture above, a 3d render of a Parisian apartment designed by Namo interiors and I simply loved the image, both for the mirrors and the Roly Poly chair. A design by Faye Toogood x Italian Driade
A Parisian apartment
A peek into the Home designed for an imaginary person called J.PHINE, the persona of the combined aesthetic visions of Nannette van de Vooren and Natasja Molenaar. Natasja Molenaar: “J.PHINE is passionate about life, art and humor. These personal aspects of the aesthetic vision of both designers can be seen in the urban house in Paris. With the addition of natural stone and liveable details, everything comes together in this house”
Roly Poly chair by Fay Toogood
Roly Poly chair: Faye Toogood is a British artist working in a diverse range of disciplines, from sculpture to furniture and fashion. Her works have been acquired for the permanent collections of institutions worldwide. The Roly Poly chair is a Polyethylene monobloc armchair made by rotational molding for both outdoor and indoor use.
The low seat has been augmented with upholstered cushions that nestle in its curved, bowl-like form; the collection also features a sofa that further explores the roly-poly aesthetic, highlighting the interplay between the graceful arc of the scoop seat and the four stout and solid legs that support it. txt Driade