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leaf furniture


inhabitat showcased some gorgeous leaf furniture by dutch designer tejo remy (one of the first members of droog). here's what inhabitat had to say:

"There’s something so identifiable and charming about Dutch Design. Tejo Remy, one of the first and most influential members of the Dutch Design group Droog, has recently split from the collective to launch a project-based firm called RemyVeenhuizen with cohort Rene Veenhuizen. Their Leaf Project, whose cascading waterfall of leaves create a fluid series of shelves, benches, and wall coverings, is a great example of witty, innovative, and engaging design. We love the flora motif made structural and functional."
[thanks, kate!]




Anonymous *hapus* said...

WOW...this absolutely blows me away. i love that they are thinking outside the box in terms of what the phsical limitatios of a piece of furniture/wall covering/rug are...WOW

11:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mmm..lovely! although the 'table' pieces are very much like susan bradley's creep colection.....

12:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree the products are slightly too much like Susan Bradly's collection, in London.!!!

11:17 AM  
Anonymous adam said...

i really, really wish that i would see more things like this that i can actually PURCHASE here in the states . . . this is just teasing me!!!

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't now about Susan Bradley's creep collection, but the leaf furniture from Tejo Remy were made in 2005.

8:55 AM  

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