Three Serbian Designers Reinterpret Classic Seating by

Issue 93 · Eastern Europe · October 9, 2013

Three Serbian Designers Reinterpret Classic Seating

Issue 93 · Eastern Europe · October 9, 2013

We first fell for Antipod Studio's furniture designs at the Young Serbian Designers show back in 2010. Three years later, we're still intrigued.

The design studio, comprised of three Serbian designers with varied backgrounds, was founded in Belgrade in 2007. The trio's approach is multidisciplinary, encompassing architecture, interior design, and furniture design with a focus on, as the designers say, "simplicity, innovation, sincerity, adequacy, inconspicuousness, and sustainability." Below are two Antipod designs that reflect just that—classic designs presented in a new light. For more information, visit Antipod Studio.

Designers of Antipod Studio in Belgrade, Serbia | Remodelista

Above: Branko Nikolic, Petar Savic, and Milan Stefanovic of Antipod Studio.

Metal Windsor Chair from Antipod Studio in Belgrade, Serbia | Remodelista

Above: Antipod's Windsor Aluminum Chair.

Metal Windsor Chair from Antipod Studio in Belgrade, Serbia | Remodelista

Above: The Windsor was first presented at the 2009 Mixer design expo in Belgrade.

Stools from Antipod Studio in Belgrade, Serbia | Remodelista

Above: A new take on the rural milking stool, the udder-shaped Vime Stool (vime means udder in Serbian).

Stools from Antipod Studio in Belgrade, Serbia | Remodelista

Above: Viewed from above, the designs are clover shaped.

See another twist on the classic Windsor chair from Christopher Howe in London and for well-designed stools, 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Modern Wood Stools.



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