If you are in searching a coffee table which has easy in assemble and disassemble might this complect coffee table by Matt Finder answer what you search. This coffee table features with bent plywood legs. Requires only a screwdriver to completely remove its legs, and it become more simple and not look as table. It uses standard screws to ensure both the worry-free replacement of lost hardware and the use of a tool that is familiar to many households. Check below,,
This futuristic arm chair that can make you like it at first sight, Knot Chair by Tatsuo Kuroda and Plooop Chairs by Timothy Schreiber. Not believe, check it below.
April Hannah is an artist and designer working in Brooklyn. She received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2001. April’s work will be included in the upcoming 2010 CMCA Biennial at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport, Maine as well as a solo exhibition at the Islesboro Historical Society of Islesboro, Maine.
Tree Table is her collections. Tree Table and Pocket Stool, Interlocking Tree Table and Stool, and Tree Desk.
Description of Tree Table Collection :
All the pieces in the Tree Table Collection are made from substantial one-inch, FSC certified, formaldehyde-free plywood that uses a soy-based glue; and water-based, non-toxic finishes. Tables and stools are available with maple or walnut veneer and edge color choices of grass green, sky blue, dove white or clear coat. All pieces ship flat and require minimal assembly. Visit April Hannah site for further information about this tree table collections.
From Architects : ” This new building was created on a compact infill site in a business zone. This allowed NMA to discard the usual constraints associated with development in residential precincts. The 3-storey residence is built to all boundaries with the living/entertaining areas placed at the highest level to provide occupants with a sense of outlook and ventilation in a built-up area. The floating plywood lined roof is up-lit at night, providing a warm lantern effect that is highly visible from its surrounds. ”
South Melbourne Residence by Nicholas Murray Architects