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Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Furniture pieces like chairs and tables are everyday basics. The following are designs that perk up the usual, and offer durability and multi-use capabilities. This oddly original shaped chair design comes from ODESD2. The style of the Q1 lounge chair is representative of a Richard Buckminster Fuller design, whose architectural feats brought attention to the possibilities of geodesic domes. Dome structures are stable and durable, and the Q1 chair makes the most of the shape.┬áMade to be comfortable, the upholstered inside seat is stuffed with filling that can hold its form over time. The following 2 pieces are made for… read more

Chairs Made From Natural Fibers

Chairs Made From Natural Fibers

Plant fibers can be a durable yet still pliable material that can be transformed into stunning, artistic pieces. Quite different than the look of the first basic natural fiber monobloc chair, there are many other designs that incorporate naturally produced resources and construct them into sturdy, eco friendly seating. Some designs stand out for their unique composition of organic materials. For example, the Sushi Daybed from Pie studio is a handmade floor chair made from the dried stalks of the woven water hyacinth, which is a renewable, fast growing fiber. Water hyacinth can quickly take over an area and those… read more