Posts Tagged ‘wooden furniture’
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec has created this deceptively simple, though highly sculpted and polished, wooden chair for Italian Brand Mattiazzi. The designers’ goal was to let the sensuality of the wood material – from oak to maple to ash – express itself. Due to the use of high technologies and precious wood the Osso chair looks like a true work of art and will fit any interior. The high-tech assembling system of geometrical wood panels allows a quite singular strength while preserving a design balance of the object. The Osso collection consists of a chair, an armchair, a children chair as well as high and low stools.
Chung-Tang Ho has recently presented his new Push and Store cabinet. It has really unique design requiring no shelves or drawers. The cabinet is constructed of the wooden beams which look like as it is filled. To store something you should push it into the black-painted piece and the beams will take the shape of the item. Push and Store Cabinet continuously changes its shape and structure with every object placed into it. Take them back and the cabinet will take its normal form. This unusual piece of furniture can be compared with the sculpture that is transformed by you. So you don’t have any extra place to store your things as well as there are no empty shelves. It is very interesting idea which looks simultaneously simple and stylish.
We want to represent to you the new zest from Splinter Works – an unusual Stiletto table. The name is just suitable for such a gorgeous thing. The designers were inspired by the grace and elegance of the feminine footwear. The bright peculiar of this table is a sky-high heel as one of its legs, hand-sculpted from solid stacked walnut while the other side is made of polished red acrylic, repeating the fashion style of Christian Louboutin and his signature red-soled, high-end, high-heeled shoes. The curved tabletop is finished in the inlaid leather or French Burr Walnut veneer. No doubt this stylish and extravagant table will inspire the fashion taste of yours and your guests.
If you want to give a touch of exotic to your house and to impress all of your visitors Jufuku Collection by Kenyon Yeh will be a good beginning. Kenyon Yeh, a London based designer is well-known for his unusual and sometimes extravagant ideas. Now we want to present to you his new collection. It consists of a table, a chair and a cabinet. The word “jufuku” means in Japanese to repeat or to overlap. So the main conception of this talented designer is using a particular form or shape over and over to make the final piece of bamboo furniture. Jufuku furniture is a perfect from the point of view of decoration yet it is very useful. It will certainly make your house the object of fascination of your friends.