Although most of furnitures are made of wood (tree in another world), but we don’t often see the furniture literally has tree shape. While artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz allows natural form to dictate his furniture design, building shelves and tables that conform to the tree structures directly. To keep his design simple, Errazuriz places only thin panes of glass to add the functionality needed for shelves or tabletops. The trees used in his one-of-a-kind furnitures are fallen limb from forests in South America. After find the right branch, he took them back to his workshop. There, he twisted, turned, and readapted it, allowing the giant branch to hug a flat wall or stand on the floor, having their new life as unconventional furniture.
Not much people like spider, the eight-leg creatures. The most occasions it will be used is probably on Halloween parties. However, there are still some designers fond of it and create some interesting designs making use of its eight-legs shape or scary appearance. Take a look at below 9 Cool Spider Shaped Products, from giant table clock to spooky ceiling chandelier, which spider you want to have at home?
Sebastian Errazuriz, New York City-based designer, is famous for his ability to create stunning furniture which can be cleverly transformed into something completely unexpected. Using woods like maple and bamboo, he crafts pieces that can look fairly innocuous but be manipulated in ways rarely seen in furniture design. In the other words, these furniture might means more to eye than its practical usage. But if you like to have something unusual in your home display, Errazuriz’s design is definitely an option.
The Bicycle is a very interesting thematic bar, located in the old historical center of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. Based on owner’s idea of recycling bike parts in order to achieve an unconventional space, unique, where the furniture is handcrafted from vintage bicycles, Openspace design studio cleverly apply the theme to its interior designs – tables, chairs, bar counter and decors. The bicycle is still a project in development, because constantly, something new that refreshes the atmosphere is added. Openspace Design has projected The bicycle as a friendly space, full of creativity that can become a check point for urban cyclists, a place where they can socialize and relax.