Artists and designers can come up with interesting pieces that are inspired from unordinary places.
This neat chair was produced to replicate the form of a traditional toy in Mexico called the Trompo.
The spinning motion of the toy was reproduced in the chair, as whoever is seated in the Totoyo can rotate on the wooden axis a full 360° for a view that never gets boring.
Made from a basic but genius concept by Victor Aléman Studio, this chair is no doubt sturdy, original and probably fun. After the interior base is made the designers work with artisan crafters to produce the outside of the chair.
It says it is made for the outdoors, as I am sure it probably is not recommended for indoor wooden floors. It also probably shouldn’t be left unattended with children (or rowdy, inclined to spin, adults).
Called Knitted, this hanging light creation from a team with Ariel Zuckerman Product Design incorporates knitted wool fabric.
Blending the ideas of a solid structure with a softened design, it sort of resembles the last piece of citrus fruit in the bag.
A light that is much less colorful, but probably just as lightweight, is the TechnoLUgy chandelier from LU Murano.
This nod to a more gothic style is formed from carbon fiber, resulting in a light and durable material that can be installed in a range of spaces since it is not as fragile as its original model made from glass.
Looking a little creepy-crawly, this light fixture is a dark twist on the traditional brass and glass chandelier, and you can’t take your eyes off of it.
Another unique chandelier called Forms of Nature comes from designers Pio Diaz and Thyra Hilden. Paying homage to the natural world, it is a conceptual take that sets one-dimensional fixtures aside.
Lights out and it presents itself in a fresh and artful way. Lights on and it takes on a new, shadowy appearance.
Perfect for ghost stories and strange dreams.
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