Danish Furniture Design – Nautilus chair and table designed by INDIGO (www.indigoblue.dk)

The Indigo Design Studio ( ) is a partnership between the experienced industrial designers, Vibeke Maj Magnussen and Claus Boye Petersen from Denmark.
The main business area is product development for the furniture industry.
The Nautilus chair has an arm- and backrest carved from solid maple and walnut wood while the frame is made from stainless steel rods.
The black stained arm- and backrest is carved from solid oak. Laminated wood veneer is used for the seat which has a slim and firm upholstery.
The Nautilus table series comprises of dinner tables in various sizes and of a range of large conference tables that can be used standalone or they can be placed together to form very large and long meeting tables.
The tabletops and the supporting rails are produced from solid maple or solid American walnut. The table legs are made from brushed stainless steel.
Design: INDIGO, www.indigoblue.dk. Manufacturer: Snedkergaarden, Them A/S, Denmark
Music: composed and played by Emilie Ejbye Schmidt.

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  1. etamarL
    October 29, 2010

    The chair is beautiful, a very intelligent design. The bunny is great. The flower-shots are cheesy though.

  2. howycwap
    December 19, 2010

    this was probobly about 2L00 minutes longer than it needed to be. it was a chair. a cool chair. but not a chair that needed a 2:39 video.

  3. RickyJ108
    August 13, 2011

    @etamarL Are you implying this chair is also a psuedoscience?

  4. skitkul33
    November 11, 2011

    One leg in the back.. Does this holds for a 110 kg guy?

  5. Tim
    December 11, 2011

    Nice design but video is annoying to watch.

  6. Mr.Wow
    January 28, 2012

    is the song a remix of the song of healing from majoras mask

  7. Melektronic
    February 1, 2012

    ahhh, such pretty flowers… and oh! a fluffy bunny, how dreamy… it's like a Danish fairy tale… Seriously though, this is awkward to watch. The last 13 seconds shows more of the design than the previous 2 minutes of rapid panning and closeups. And what's with the comment spamming recently? Whinge over. Not a bad design may I add, but future classics? Hmmm…

  8. Wiindan W
    February 14, 2012

    Hvor i Danmark holder i til?

  9. Wiindan W
    February 14, 2012

    Hej, tak for svar. Jeg bor på amager. Jeg er selv uddannet møbelsnedker og arbejder for Jesper Holm of Copenhagen.

  10. fasterthings
    March 8, 2012

    This sounds like the song : song of healing, from Loz Mm

  11. Rajan Bharti
    March 15, 2012

    awsome artwork… great creation…!

  12. Pijopiojo
    April 8, 2012

    me cago en dios y en la puta virgen ¿que imbécil enfermo sube un video asi?

  13. youutubestinks
    August 7, 2012

    why dislike?? if you don't like it go to a walmart and buy some plastic garden chairs and "be happy"

  14. Shao Kahn
    April 9, 2013

    strong steel lol

  15. AsiAzzy
    June 30, 2013

    Interesting wood work.
    But the 3leg chair is a bit trippy, 2in front and 1 in back is among worst: it appears stable but the moment you lay back and a bit to the side it will trip backward-side motion. Very unsafe fall and hard to counter.
    2 in back 1 in front looks and feel shaky but you will trip forward and to the side, easy to counter the fall with your legs or even reaching the hand to the ground.

    Still a 3leg chair is a bit of a challenge to sit on if the legs are not wide spread.

  16. Hamish Carey
    December 21, 2013

    the chair is not that good .   the music is weird . and the rabbit is gay .

  17. Marcelo Pinheiro
    January 18, 2014

    Chic avant-garde magnifique ! Classy not a taste for ususal MR or MR everybody !!! Congrat's

  18. oslosecurity
    January 22, 2014

    Nogle flotte detaljer.. fint design! 😉

  19. Nathan Elharrar
    February 1, 2014

    gorgeous love the maple and walnut contrast

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