Explore Dining Table, Board, and more!

Draga Obradovic  #24

Draga Obradovic #24

British designer Gavin Munro prunes and grafts growing trees directly into shape He's currently tending a field of 400 tables, chairs and lampshades

How to grow your own household furniture

British designer Gavin Munro prunes and grafts growing trees directly into shape He's currently tending a field of 400 tables, chairs and lampshades

Side Chair   Designer: Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, Richland Center, Wisconsin 1867–1959 Phoenix, Arizona)   Manufacturer: Manufactured by Matsu-Zukaya Company   Date: ca. 1922  Geography: Kanto, Tokyo, Japan  Culture: American  Medium: Oak, caning  Dimensions: 37 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 17 1/4 in. (95.9 x 40 x 43.8 cm)  Classification: Furniture

Side Chair Designer: Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, Richland Center, Wisconsin 1867–1959 Phoenix, Arizona) Manufacturer: Manufactured by Matsu-Zukaya Company Date: ca. 1922 Geography: Kanto, Tokyo, Japan Culture: American Medium: Oak, caning Dimensions: 37 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 17 1/4 in. (95.9 x 40 x 43.8 cm) Classification: Furniture

Lot: 311: PHILLIP LLOYD POWELL Walnut seating unit with two , Lot Number: 0311, Starting Bid: $4,000, Auctioneer: Rago Modern Auctions, LLP, Auction: SOLLO RAGO Modern Auction Weekend, Date: October 21st, 2006 BST

Lot: 311: PHILLIP LLOYD POWELL Walnut seating unit with two , Lot Number: 0311, Starting Bid: $4,000, Auctioneer: Rago Modern Auctions, LLP, Auction: SOLLO RAGO Modern Auction Weekend, Date: October 21st, 2006 BST

gazelle chair, Furniture Revival, Chicago

gazelle chair, Furniture Revival, Chicago

Centripetal Spring Armchair: Designed over a century and a half ago, in 1849, Thomas E. Warren’s Centripetal Spring Armchair had all the hallmarks of a modern office chair: castors, a swiveling base, and—surprisingly—a tilting seat, thanks to the eight, springy steel loops on which the seat was suspended. Photo courtesy of the Design Museum, London.

Centripetal Spring Armchair: Designed over a century and a half ago, in 1849, Thomas E. Warren’s Centripetal Spring Armchair had all the hallmarks of a modern office chair: castors, a swiveling base, and—surprisingly—a tilting seat, thanks to the eight, springy steel loops on which the seat was suspended. Photo courtesy of the Design Museum, London.

Pinterest
Search