Pryor & Williams

STRATUM Nest The very first in the STRATUM line are these nesting tables, consisting of 77 laminations of hand-blackened aluminum alloy with ultrasude inlay. Limited, Signed Edition of 30. http://www.pryor-williams.com/furn_STRATUM5.html Advertisements

Amila Hrustic

Easttable Modular wooden table-chair. http://www.amila.ba/projects/easttable

Metamorphic Stacking Solid Oak Side Table

More hardworking furniture: the Metamorphic Stacking Solid Oak Side Table (a mouthful!) doubles as a chair when you lift the top panel of the table. Nice!   http://blog.sub-studio.com/

Pryor & Williams

Two interesting items from Pryor & Williams: the Sandwich Board which is a prep surface and serving tray all in one, and the BIB Tray, which is a multipurpose bed tray/laptop table/coffee table. I like that it is collapsible and easily stored.   http://blog.sub-studio.com/2007/01/pryor-williams/

Deconstructing the Dome: Bucky’s Nightmare by Mathieu Lehanneur

Bucky’s Nightmare. Designed by Mathieu Lehanneur.   Paris-based designer Mathieu Lehanneur simultaneously honors and impugns the famed architect and kook Buckminster Fuller with his recent creation, parodically entitled “Bucky’s Nightmare.” Lehanneur’s piece of furniture reinterprets the geodesic dome, which although not created by Buckminster Fuller, was patented and popularized by him (credit for the invention … Continue reading

ELISA STROZYK

“Wooden Textiles” convey a new tactile experience. We are used to experience wood as a hard material; we know the feeling of walking across wooden floors, to touch a wooden tabletop or to feel the bark of a tree. But we usually don’t experience a wooden surface which can be manipulated by touch. “Wooden Textiles” … Continue reading

Making Wooden Hinges

  Step 1:Rough out the hinges. Start by making two photocopies of the right view hinge pattern. Attach the patterns to the hinge blank using the glue stick. Cut out this profile on the scroll saw. Attach the other pattern to the opposite side (so you know where to drill, see Step 2). Step 2:Drill … Continue reading

Sarajevo Artist Creates Math-Inspired Origami Dresses From Paper, Textiles

While most of us have forgotten the basics of high-school geometry, Sarajevo student-designer Amila Hrustic finds inspiration in the ancient branch of mathematics. “Plato’s Collection,” an assortment of origami-esque dresses made from paper and textiles, is a mass of edges, vertices, and faces, with each dress corresponding to one of the five Platonic solids (the … Continue reading

Mushroom Table by Thomas Wold

Hi friends, this time I’ve had time to post again. Referring from my previous postings I found a mushroom table design again. This time the design is so similar to the usual mushrooms we eat in terms of form stems and leaves. With 3 kinds of color that is yellowish white, orange and blue. Mushroom … Continue reading

Da-Bloom Baby – Study Table by Jin-Young Lee

Jin-Young Lee from Korea a designer to create a design that I call the study table. The design is named after the Baby Da-Bloom. Have some table top that can be used by 6 people at once. This study table pivot a conical section at the end of the table that can be played after … Continue reading