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Junya Ishigama on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Azure Magazine. The Innovators Issue.
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October 2019

The Innovators Issue: Junya Ishigama's genre-busting architecture, Sidewalk Labs and the future of the city, and more!

1 Kyoto Sunbed by Fischer Möbel
The mono-block shape of Fischer Möbel’s Kyoto chaises and side tables is inspired by the angles of origami and the shape of a plant’s leaves. Although it looks like rigid slab, the sunbed is made from a single block of foam that gently yields to the contours of the body.

2 Low Lounger by Viteo
Although the Corian seating and tables in the Low collection sit close to the ground – giving the collection its name – they’re designed for ultimate ergonomics. The chaises are also available with various upholstery options.

3 Diamond Sunbed by Jardin de Ville
The Diamond collection, which includes neutral-toned chaises, side tables, sofas, and chairs of various sizes, combines weather-resistant upholstery with frames wrapped in mesh and cane. The chaise is also available in a double-wide version.

4 Elements by Manutti
The modular pieces of Manutti’s Elements collection are elevated on a plinth made of aluminum and quartz composite, with a thin channel illuminated by LEDs running along the top. The 13-centimetre-thick cushions are available in black, white and grey.

5 Juni by Paola Lenti
This rocking chair and pouf are formed from an inflatable structure covered with Paola Lenti’s signature Aero fabric, woven from thin cords of vibrant rope. Designed by Stockholm’s Claesson Koivisto Rune, the chair comes with an electric motor for easy inflation.

6 Lollygagger by Hauser
A contemporary take on the classic Adirondack chair, Hauser’s Lollygagger chair is shipped flat to reduce its carbon footprint. Available in a range of bright colours, the chair is made from recycled polyethylene, so it can be left outdoors year-round and easily wiped clean with soap and water.

7 Ninix 14 by Royal Botania
Part of a larger collection that includes chairs and tables, the Ninix 14 chaise features a slim stainless steel frame, with a seat and adjustable back in breathable mesh to keep sitters cool on even the warmest days.

8 Unipoli by Deesawat
This daybed was designed for a couple to share, with the hope of inspiring more face-to-face interaction. The manufacturer’s expertise in the use of teak is here combined with a tubular metal frame that also supports a sun canopy overhead.

9 Mu Beach Chair by Dedon
This beach chair, part of Dedon’s extensive Mu collection, shares the same aluminum construction as its sister pieces, also covered in a durable woven fibre offered in two colours. The adjustable back and wheels for easy repositioning make this an ideal choice for the poolside.

10 Wave by Andrew Richard Designs
Wave’s undulating curves set it apart from other chaises, both visually and ergonomically. The chaise, in woven Solartex on an aluminum frame, is also offered with custom cushions, and is available in three colourways.

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