Seeking a way to reduce waste as part of their industrial design practice, South Korean design studio HATTERN conceived of a hybrid resin and wood seating concept called Zero Per Stool .
Full Grown’s prototype willow chair now in the permanent collection at the National Museum of Scotland. The most common way of producing wooden furniture is fairly straightforward: grow the proper trees for a few decades, chop ’em down, cut them into smaller pieces and assemble the pieces into a chair.
HATTERN is South Korean design studio. They imagined a collection of stools entitled Zero Per Stool . Furniture are made from wood and resin. The top is created with the wood saved after the building of the legs.
Furniture can make a home feel more like a part of you. Good furniture is inviting and functional – it makes your everyday life just a bit more fun and smoother.
Although London-based designer Veega Tankun has only just graduated from the University of Brighton , she clearly possesses a strong sense of aesthetic and understanding of materials as evidenced in these comfy looking chairs woven from overstuffed knit tubes.
Discover this stunning apartment in Paris designed by Anatoliy and Katerina Rosko for a famous French gallery owner, collector and philanthropist. In his private collection there are many rare pieces of art, including a collection of works of the French abstract artist Simon Hantai, as well as unique works –furniture of iconic Italian sculptor and furniture maker DIEGO GIACOMETTI.
As part of her ongoing series titled My Old New Chair , visual artist Tatiane Freitas repairs broken wood furniture by replacing the missing pieces with translucent acrylic.
People who love their antique wooden furniture worry a lot on its maintenance. After some years gone, they begin to worry on its dull appearance and are anxious to get rid of the old appearance somehow.
Bibliochaise Gold Edition designed by creative Milan based duo .nobody&co. is made of oak and gold leaf 24k and manufactured entirely in Italy. Sitting and living in the middle of your favourite books is like sitting in the middle of yourself, of your mind, every book you read becomes part of you and of who you are.
Furniture maker Greg Klassen builds intricately designed tables and other objects embedded with glass rivers and lakes. Inspired by his surroundings in the Pacific Northwest, Klassen works with edge pieces from discarded trees (often acquired from construction sites, or from dying trees that have begun to rot) which he aligns to mimic the jagged shores of various bodies of water.
Bottega Veneta presented it’s new Home Collection at Salone del Mobile in Milano. The collection features refined suedes and leathers, bold, strong and contrasting travertine, bronze and oak, marble and silver as well as delicate bone fine porcelain.
Danish studio KiBiSi designed this stunning sofa looking like a rolled-up mattress for the furniture company Versus.Take a look at the complete story below.
The dining room has always been a bit of a questionable room. Is it its own entity or is it a space used for seating that merges with the kitchen? The reality is that the dining room serves its owner based on their lifestyle, personality and taste, as well as space availability.
We’ve seen no shortage of projects using layers of glass to simulate bodies of water the last few days. First we had glass sculptures by Ben Young , followed by several amazing river and lake tables Greg Klassen .
Designed by Anna Moraitou , this piece of furniture raises issues about consumption and mass production. A coffee table, from mdf, with pop elements in lacquer colored wood finish, sized 105x52x25cm.