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Goods Spring Gieter - Groen

Dutch designer Robert Bronwasser has created a happy watering can. Designed for the Dutch company Goods, the Spring watering can has two openings – a wide one to fill the can up with water and a narrow spout for watering your plants.


Beautifully executed and jolly good combining the copper and the plywood veneer. stackable chair material : plywood, copper, veneer dimensions : 48 (w) x 79 (h) x 46 (d) cm weight : 8 kg photography by kris de waele Via Tobias Labarque Related

Folding Wood into a chair by Grete Jalk

Modern Furniture // Plywood Chair": A permanent piece in new York's Museum of Modern Art, this danish modern chair is made from just 2 pieces of molded plywood.

would love these in a room with a natural/neutral palette for some texture | Saski Chair by Jean Louis Iratzoki

Saski is a minimalist chair designed by France-based designer Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki. Strips of wood intertwine like textile fibers and can be made in a variety of finishes. The braided design was actually a technological feat using digital control.

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Drawing From Memory: A Graphic, Website, and Packaging Design Studio in Downtown Los Angeles

'Brazil' chair by Daniel Widrig, 2009 Plywood, CNC machined x x x x Private comission

Gerrit Rietveld: Berlin Chair (1923)

Rietveld Berlin Chair - Around 1923 Rietveld introduced two new formal elements in his furniture designs: these were asymmetry and constructions with flat panels.