Jan 29, 2019

17 Miniature Chairs Made from Champagne Corks

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The winners of the annual Design Within Reach Champagne Chair Contest were recently announced and this year’s pool of entries outdid themselves once again. The rules of the contest are simple:

Use any or all of the materials (except glass) from no more than two (2) champagne bottles. Glue is the only permitted adhesive. You are not permitted to use any additional materials – including tape and/or paint. The chair must measure no more than 4x4x4 inches.


The top three entries received gift cards to DWR for $1,000, $500 and $250 respectively. You can find the complete gallery of entries at Design Within Reach and read more about the top three winners on the DWR blog.

[via Kottke]



1. First Place
The Crescent Chair by Bruce Hirschman


2. Second Place
The Bubbly Chair by Zach Martin


3. Third Place
The Piper Beach Chair by Jeffrey Burke Whitten


4. Lounge Chair


5. Club Chair by Monte Allen


6. Adirondack Chair by Isabella Artale


7. Modular Swivel Chair by Dima


8. Lounger by David Ryan


9. Wrought Iron Chair by Ann Daigneault


10. Gravity Chair by Raul Flores


11. Recliner by Ryan Bromm


12. Eames Chair by Tak


13. Beach Chair by Richard Rodgers


14. DCA Lounger by David Cox


15. Chair by Quiethype


16. Quercus Chair


17. Prestige Lounger




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