How to Use Wood
Water Tower Chair by BELLBOY - BELLBOY, a collaborative wood shop based in Brooklyn, have created a lounge chair made from the reclaimed timbers of a New York City Water Tower. | #Furniture #Chair #InteriorDesign |
St. Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel, Turku Finland
This coffee table is a 12:1 scaled replica of a cassette tape. It is made of reclaimed maple, walnut and lucite. Dimensions are 47.25”×30”×5” with a 3/8” plexi top. This is a first prototype and one of a kind table. Future versions will be CNC machined out of high grade plywood with a variety of ply combinations and a glass top. This table has been an obsession of mine for 5 years! It is amazing to finally have it come to fruition. The table is completely reversible (sides A and B).
dc09 Inoda + Sveje is a design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda, born in Osaka in 1971, and Nils Sveje, born in Denmark in 1969. Inoda+Sveje was found in Copenhagen in 2000. They moved their base of operations to Milan in 2003. In addition to furniture and other product design, Inoda + Sveje is involved in other fields such as medical devices and speakers.
Miyazaki isu Dining Chair
From one strip of plywood.
Beautiful laminated wood frame from Renovo Bicycles
Drift Eyewear a collection of handmade frames, constructed from sustainable wood and the brand's patent-pending laminated steel core.
Scandinavian building and design traditions are based solidly on the use of wood. Finnish modernist master, architect Alvar Aalto, stunned the world with Living Wood, his design for the Finnish Pavilion for the Paris World Exposition in 1937. In the pavilion, he combined both traditional and modern architecture and showcased his functionalist design sensibilities. It was considered one of the boldest and most innovative pavilions of the Expo.
Frank Gehry, 2008-Walker Court-Art Gallery of Ontario, Douglas fir-clad