Chairs by nea studio | Nina Edwards Anker seen at Private Residence - New York City, NY, New York - Knotties
Chairs by nea studio | Nina Edwards Anker seen at Private Residence - New York City, NY, New York - Knotties
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Knotties are a set of armchairs in polyethylene rattan, comprising of sculptural knot forms. Edwards Anker says: “The affect of the form imitates the function, which is to embrace the user in their comfort and relaxation.” The indoor/outdoor set, comprising of armchair, love seat and footrest, comes in natural polyethylene rattan with outdoor cushions in different colors.

Meet the Creator

nea studio | Nina Edwards Anker

Brooklyn, NY

Established in 2006 by Nina Edwards Anker, nea studio focuses its work in architecture, interiors, landscape, furniture and product design. The award-winning practice operates in an environment in which project management and implementation takes place in parallel with model-making, prototyping and experimentation with ideas, materials, and manufacturing processes. With a focus on sustainable design, the office maintains a cross-disciplinary nature where research and sharing ideas is an essential part of work philosophy.

Nina Edwards Anker is an architect, designer and writer whose teaching interests revolve around sustainable design. Edwards Anker’s contemporary design works have been widely published and exhibited. Edwards Anker has designed solar lights and furniture for exhibitions at the 3D Print Show and ICFF in Manhattan, Copenhagen, Cologne, Miami and Milan Furniture Fairs. The designer’s Landscape Sofa won the 2015 Good Design Award Chicago Atheneum Museum of Architecture and Design, and her 3D printed solar Latitude Lights won the A’Design Award in 2017.

Edwards Anker was awarded her doctorate in 2016 from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Her doctoral thesis bridges phenomenological theory and solar design. Edwards Anker continues to design, research, develop and exhibit solar lights and furniture while practicing architecture and design at New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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