The Disco Chair by Kiwi and Pom

Commissioned by Wallpaper Magazine, the Disco Chair is a bespoke illuminated furniture concept.

Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered. Photo: Kiwi and Pom

Commissioned by Wallpaper Magazine, the Disco Chair is a bespoke illuminated furniture concept.

Constructed from 200 linear metres of Electroluminescent wire, the chair transforms into a neon rainbow when powered.

A pulse setting enables the chair to flash on and off creating an instant disco installation.

Some words about Kiwi and Pom studio: “We are a London based design consultancy who have been creating human experiences since 2008.

From products to furniture and interior architecture, we believe that the value of design is the human experience it provokes.

Design has the power to transform cold materials into emotional meaning, but to do so successfully requires more than just elegant forms. It also needs inspired strategic thinking, a holistic approach to execution and a fanatical attention to detail.

That’s why we use whatever technique or process is correct for the task at hand, why we will always challenge our clients’ thinking if we think they are missing a trick, and why we think of ourselves as ‘creators’ rather than builders.” [Kiwi and Pom via LouDreams]

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