Leather Furniture By Designer Robert Stadler

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Leather furniture by designer Robert Stadler

Robert Stadler is a talented furniture designer from Vienna, Austria, which has gained worldwide fame with his fancy furniture. He is often in the following galleries in Paris: carpenters workshop Gallery and Gallery triple V. And his clients include big names and companies such as Academy of César, Dior, Maison Thierry Costes, Nissan and others.


Undoubtedly, his works have influenced contemporary furniture design. Today we not engaged but the gesamtkunstwerk of the designer, but we specifically focus our attention on his unique and futuristic leather furniture. And you can find including pictures from his 3 collections: “Tephra formations”, “Monochrome” and “pool & pouf”.

“Tephra information” consists of leather sofa, armchair, Ottoman and coffee table

tephra of information designer parlor furniture leather sofa Robert Stadler

“Tephra formations”

Inspiration for this furniture collection has found the designer in the “volcanic eruption”, whereupon the name of the collection suggests (tephra from the Greek means ash). Volcanologists tephra actually call the rock fragments that “jump when a volcanic eruption in the air”. These are of different size and different materials. The flying lava fragments are called “Bombs” and when they land on the ground, they are still thick and sticky. So are their characteristic forms, which mimics exactly the tephra-leather sofa.

“Tephra” leather sofa

tephra of information Robert Stadler leather sofa design

Various seats act as melted together

tephra formations leather sofa design Robert Stadler

As lava emerged

tephra formations leather sofa detail Robert Stadler

Leather sofa from the collection “tephra formations”

tephra formations leather sofa gray Robert Stadler

Fancy leather furniture

tephra formations Robert Stadler designer furniture leather sofa

Leather sofa back view

tephra formations leather sofa Robert Stadler

Design inspired by the movement of the lava

tephra formations gray Robert Stadler designer furniture leather sofa

“Tephra” leather chair

tephra formations Robert Stadler furniture designer leather sofa

The construction of the Chair design – work process

tephra of information Robert Stadler leather furniture Chair manufacture

“Monochrome”

“Monochrome” leather furniture combines color and leather design. In contrast to “Tephra of information”, this collection is much more sophisticated. Seams are only there, where they are needed, so that leather and sofa-shape fit perfectly together.

“Monochrome” leather sofa in black

leather furniture Robert Stadler monochrome leather sofa

Monochromatic design in black

leather furniture Robert Stadler monochrome leather sofa black

The blue color animates the Interior significantly

leather furniture Robert Stadler monochrome designer leather sofa blue

Decorative topstitching seams with practical usage

leather furniture Robert Stadler monochrome blue

Designer furniture in leather

leather furniture Robert Stadler monochrome leather sofa blue

“Pools & pouf”

And the last collection is called “Pools & pouf” and this leather furniture have a very casual character. Flowing forms and flat design that merges himself with the Interior – just throw a look at the pictures below. Great leather furniture, right?

“Pools & pouf” collection

leather furniture designer Robert Stadler Pools Pouf

Stool, which perfectly fit into the corner of the room

leather furniture Robert Stadler pools pouf leather stool angular design

Stool design

leather furniture designer Robert Stadler Pools Pouf stool

Both leather stools fit together perfectly

leather furniture Robert Stadler pools pouf leather stool

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