Debra Folz, Boston, MA - GEM COFFEE TABLE Inspired by the reflections of light and transparencies found in gemstones, these metal and glass coffee tables translate facets through layers of color. Their modular geometries allow for sculptural arrangements within a space and gracefully transfer color onto the floor surfaces they occupy. Inquiries: email@example.com
Use an old door frame, an metal dining table base from the 70's and some re-claimed wood for the seating...very possible! Some shop time and a bit of dowel creativity, and bingo...a contemporary yard bench.
Niko Klansek (New York) has created LLSTOL, a multi-purpose piece of furniture consisting of 2 pieces of L-shaped plywood, that can be ‘locked’ at the grooves & transformed into a lounge chair, bookshelf, drawing board, rest support, coffee table or bench. Easily stacked for storage & transportation.