Saturday, June 18, 2011

Variations On A Classic

As part of the “Suite New York’s” The Pink Swan Project benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, 18 designers were asked to customize the Swan chair designed by Arne Jacobsen. Click on the link to view the whole collection.

Windsor Smith Windsor Smith

Alexandra Von Furstenberg Alexandra Von Furstenberg

David Mann David Mann

J. Adler Jonathan Adler

Jamie Drake Jamie Drake

Kelly Hoppen Kelly Hoppen

Simon Doonon Simon Doonan

Vicente Wolf Vicente Wolf

Karim Rashid Karim Rashid

Do you have a favorite ? Do you like the idea ?

9 comments:

Sarah at Finishing Touch Interiors said...

These are all fantastic & for such a great cause. Im not sure which is my favourite they are all so wonderful

eclecticrevisited said...

Windsor Smith had done a lovely job of adding a little pizzazz to this style of chair..but generally I prefer black or white upholstery..

maureen

Anya adores said...

Love the swan - one of my faves - out of this lot I only really like Simon Doonans :) Have a great sunday.
A xoxs

Mid-Century Home said...

the Jonathan Adle's one is really funny...great idea!

ciao!

Jessie said...

Out of these chairs, my favorites are the first and second one. The rest, not so much! It's quite fun to see what these designers come up with though!

Jessie
www.mixandchic.com

eileen said...

I love Vicente Wolf's chair with the pink ribbons. Stunning.

Macarena Martinez said...

Wou! So nice to discover your blog! You got me at this post! Totally in love with Jamie Drake's version! Haha, I look at it and think of a Pop Dostoievski. Huge Hug and lovely weekend!

La Boheme said...

Really like the first one (but wonder how comfortable would it feel on the skin, you know what I mean?), the second one is very pop and would be great somewhere in Miami, and I think Jonathan Adler's would fit great in kid's room (little confused but almost as if it's trying to say something?) Love the cause for all of them so A+ to all for that!

Claudia Juestel said...

Love charity projects that bring out creativity and show variety of expression on the same theme.

Love Simon Doonan's.

Cheers,

Claudia