Posts Tagged ‘Unique furniture’
What happens when a two dimensional QR-code is transformed into a three-dimensional structure? This is the question that German designer Elena Belmann asked herself before she created this wooden QR stool. Then she pondered “Would this change its information content?” only one way to find out! She created a wood sculpture that is part architectural form and part scannable data. This wooden structure is also a lamp. Awesome!
The studio BIG GAME’s ‘Bold’ chairs look strangely like miniature, pipe-cleaner replicas that you’d see in a doll house. The brightly colored, tubular designs are actually two separate pieces, one nesting inside the other. Quite a cozy little setup if you ask me. The internal structure of the tubes is a metal core while the outer surrounding material is soft, comfortable foam. The chair design ”Bold” is part of the “More is More” collection from the Belgian-Swiss Big Game studio. Or as we at knstrct like to say, “More is Awesomer.”
I’m sure we all remember when we would hopscotch across couch cushions over a carpet of molten lava. Atelier Biagetti’s bright yellow table brings us right back to that whimsical time when refrigerator boxes were spaceships and discarded paper towel rolls doubled as swords. The lacquered wooden table is part of a limited edition series of 10 and would be the perfect living room piece to set the stage for a fierce face-off of bloodthirsty pirates… or you know, just a fierce book club debate over some Earl Grey. Your choice.
(Photographs: Atelier Biagetti)