The Birch Bench by Tanya Aguiñiga.
Darlings bench is designed especially against Scandinavian melancholy and shyness and is made from two old chairs I found soon after I moved to England. This bench is very special for me, it tells its own story, reflects memories and is quite handy in partiesÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
Up runner in a competition called Living Simplicity in Furniture Design held by DePadova & designboom.com (2007)
Via Tiina Hakala 2008
Last edited June 24, 2013
The Splinter Chair Designer Matthew Kroeker has created this chair as a metaphor for a "broken relationship, or one that has been restored."
Chaise by Harri Koskinen
Harri Koskinen's latest project is a chaise longue made from splint, a thin strip of natural untreated wood used by Finnish masters for centuries to make different-size baskets and containers for carrying and storing things. The material is identified with summers spent in Finland picking berries, mushrooms and shopping at local good markets. The chaise is part of a current exhibition Fennofolk – New Nordic Oddity, at the Design Museum in Helsinki. The exhibition features 80 Finnish artists and designers were invited to analyze Finnish culture from a fresh perspective. Fennofolk – New Nordic Oddity June 11 – September 28, 2008 Design Museum Korkeavuorenkatu 23 Helsinki, Finland
Rox Bench by David Andrew Bottom
In the winter the unit collapses down into a storage unit where you can keep garden tools, childrenâ€™s toys, etc. In the summer it opens out into a 3 seater bench and has two accompanying tables. Another feature is the built in solar lights, creating a cool night time effect.
Via Yanko Design