Posts tagged as 'solid wood'
Coffee Tables in solid oak by Oliver Conrad
“R”, the rounded edge piece in Oliver Conrad’s CT series, is sawn from a log which is at least 180 years old then planed and sanded in the OC workshop. The CT R coffee table was launched by Conrad in 2000, but the iconic design is timeless. Location and room temperature will affect the piece and cause the typical cracks.
‘Stammtisch’ table by Alfredo Häberli for Quodes
Zürich-based designer Alfredo Häberli has collaborated with Dutch furniture company Quodes on this pared-down, solid wood dining table design. Featuring a contrasting, oversized metal joinery which also forms a part of table’s base, ‘Stammtisch’ is made of natural oak and the design has just been named as one of the winners of the Interior Innovation Award 2013. (more…)
‘Maya’ desk by James Melia for Dare Studio
The latest addition to the Brighton-based furniture brand Dare Studio‘s collection, the pared-down design of this solid-wood ‘Maya’ desk was developed by UK-based designer James Melia. Launched earlier this year during London Design Festival in September, the highly-sculptural piece features a large concealed drawer and two ‘secret’ storage units and is available in variety of materials and finishes such as American black walnut or white oak or ash with an optional timber or Corian top. (more…)
‘Twist Stone’ table by Formstelle for Zeitraum
Munich-based design studio Formstelle have realised this collection of side and coffee tables for the German furniture brand Zeitraum. Developed in variety of woods such as oak, ash, American cherry, American walnut and European walnut, ‘Twist Stone’ series is characterised by simple, organically shaped, asymmetric tabletop which rests on delicate, inward-bent frame. (more…)
‘Nordica’ chair by Marco Ferreri for Billiani
An Italian, family-run furniture brand Billiani has recently released this simple, solid wood chair designed by architect and designer Marco Ferreri. A modern, pared-down reinterpretation of the classic tub chair, ‘Nordica’ features curved, semi-circle backrest whose fluid form is juxtaposed with the straight lines of its seat and base. The design has been developed in beech wood and is available in variety of finishes and with an optional upholstery. (more…)
‘Lolo’ by Maison Martin Margiela for Cerruti Baleri
The Belgian fashion house Maison Martin Margiela strikes yet again and ventures back into the world of furniture design with this simple, asymmetric bookcase-cum-closet called ‘Lolo’. Manufactured by the Italian brand Cerruti Baleri, the self-assembly unit is made of solid exotic wood and birch plywood panels and it is available in two finishes: black and light grey. (more…)
Close up of ‘Aro’ stool by Oscar Diaz; photo by Giuliano Koren
As part of ‘Edition of 9′ exhibition which was organised earlier this year for the occasion of Milan’s Ventura Lambrate, the London-based designer Oscar Diaz has realised this lightweight, pared-down wooden stool called ‘Aro’. Handcrafted by local craftsmen from the Vicenza province, the three-legged design incorporates two hoops which, apart from forming the seat, are also intended to serve as a handle. ‘Aro’ is available in either natural or stained black ash. See a series of striking, black-and-white images documenting the production process below. (more…)
Detail of the 'A Chair' from Steve Oh's 'A Collection'
A young Korean-American designer Steve Oh has just unveiled his latest collection of maple furniture during this year’s edition of New York’s ICFF. ‘A personal interpretation of classic Shaker furniture’ which is known for its ascetic simplicity and use of innovative joinery, Oh’s equally pared-down, functional ‘A Collection’ has been developed in its entirety using natural materials: solid maple wood and 100% wool felt and comprises a chair, a barstool and a table designs. (more…)