Filed under: furniture | Tags: chair, furniture, rocking chair, screen print
via Rob Ryan
Blue, cream and wood grain. I like.
Kinda like this.
via Design Milk
via Ponoko Blog
So round shelves arent exactly the most practical shape to store items, but I quite like the fact that these shelves nest within eachother for transport.
Not very attractive, but useful. via Dinosaurs and Robots
Filed under: DIY, lighting | Tags: DIY, furniture, furniture design, interior design, lamp, lighting
Filed under: environmental / sustainability, furniture | Tags: cnc, Design, environmental, furniture, sustainable
Just from the few items Adam has presented at his website, it’s easy to see that he’s got many attributes of a great designer; Eco-conscious —utilizing sustainable forested woods, ingenuity—applying CNC techniques of his own design and style—that speaks for itself.
Victorian Grandfather Chair. My favorite!
57ft Cofee Table / Bench. Not my top pick by looks, but it is certainly the most impressive by design. Regarding the “custom CNC techniques” above, this is CNC cut via complex 3D curves from one continuous length of plywood 57ft long.
Chippendale Writing Desk.
Piano is a combined bikestand and park bench. The 90 degree angels creates an interesting and effectfull contrast in the landscape.The bench will come in three different variations.
Pretty cool concept. I’m for any design that promotes bicycle riding. I’d like to call out two matters which could prove to be troublesome if this actually gets put into production: 1. It doesn’t look very comfortable to sit on at all (ya know, the “90 degree angels”), and 2.Bicycles take up a lot of space — the bench would have to be longer to accommodate a few more bicycles. However, I can’t dispute that this is an awesome idea and would love to see it in parks and city streets some day.