Most of the furniture pieces made using laminate plywood look identical, which often mars the contemporary interiors with their standard, flat design. Giving a twist to the laminate plywood furniture, designer Scot Bailey has come up with a creative table that is not only functional but also flaunts an exclusive design to enhance the decor modern living spaces. Hailed as “Cut Glue Table,” the furniture piece, as suggested by the name, glues the small pieces of laminate plywood together, which are sanded to pull off a smooth, curvy design.
Don’t have a spacious bedroom to store your household clutter, check out the “Slumber Storage” by American designer F.J. Crocco, which essentially is a single extra long bed that integrates a closet, drawer and shelving space to keep your home tidy. Ideal for small urban apartments, the simple and colorful storage offers adequate space to clear all the clutter neatly.
Seating is an essential part of home, office or even outdoor (garden or attic) furnishings, for it not only places you comfortably but also helps in enhancing the decor of the place. Bringing his travel experiences to the furniture designing, Folditure head designer Alexander Gendell has developed a creative chair that can be adapted to go with any decor, thanks to the mesh fabrics that complement different color patterns. Hailed as “Leaf Chair,” the artistic furniture integrates a tall backrest to support the entire back for optimum comfort.
The beautiful Dizzy side table by Vicky Gilbert of United Kingdom is an upshot of designer’s own experience in the snow clad mountains when he went skiing in France. When the snow starts melting, parts of rocks, trees and roots start to appear, and the same served as inspiration for the Dizzy side table. To create the eye-catching table with stunning silhouette, Vicky Dilbert blended glossy plastic with distinctive brown Oak to add a tinge of contrast in color, feel and warmth. The irregular yet appealing shape of the table is courtesy of a wire frame and a vacuum former. The unusual shape created itself by the material, as the frame is stretched through the plastic.
People usually feel bored in a single person apartment when they are alone at home. Adding fun to the bleak life of the occupant, designer Seung Han Lee has come up with a unique and innovative piece of furniture that greets you with a smiling face. Made using recycled materials, such as scrap wood, the smiling bookcase represents a strong identity to strengthen the enchanting feelings.
Combining art with functionality, designer Brad Benke has developed a creative piece of furniture that when not in use folds flat to be mounted on the wall as a sculpture. Hailed as “RoboChair,” the portable lounge chair is barely 1.5 inches thick that you can easily move from one room to another (or even in the garden) to relax in comfort.
Plywood, since its origin in Egypt over 5,000 years back, has been an integral part of home furniture, for it’s not only lightweight and durable, but also helps in sustaining the environment. Inspired by the flexible use of plywood, Chilean designer Wenchuman has come up with a building system named the “Contra” that presents a unique and creative design for trendy spaces.
Sitting on a single posture for a longer period, while watching a movie or gathering with family and friends, often becomes tiresome which takes a toll on your body. Addressing the issue, designer Ryan Jongwoo Choi has designed a multifunction stool (rather seating) that featuring an innovative design can be used in different ways to ease the pressure on a particular part of the body.
The Nature has been a great source of inspiration for contemporary designers. Bringing the natural atmosphere of rice and paddy fields to modern homes, Taiwanese DHH Studio has developed a creative seat named the “Straw Stool” that apart from enhancing home decor also helps in sustaining the environment as it can be disposed without having an effect on the surroundings.
Center table is an essential piece of furniture in any home that brings all the family members together in the living area. Adding life to the wooden piece of furniture, designer Lisa Tischer has come up with a vigorous table that unfurls unlimited possibilities to the each member of the family. Dubbed as “Living Table,” the standalone furniture unit becomes a meeting place for elders and a workstation for working family members.