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Crooked

Posted in design, furniture, interiors by menno1976 on September 19, 2009

In the “About Menno” section on my blog it says that I love imperfection…and I really do! 

“Ich war’s nicht I” by Kai Linke

“Ich war’s nicht III” by Kai Linke

 

Although these pieces by Maarten Baas look different from the ones in this post, there is a similarity, which is the fluidity in all of them. Both styles refer to change, imperfection and asymmetry. “Clay Furniture” by Maarten Baas

“Clay Furniture – Dining Chair” by Maarten Baas

“Drunken Table” and “Crooked lamp” by Andrew Oliver


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  1. Casa Archidona said, on September 24, 2009 at 10:16

    This furniture reminds me of Barcelona. If you ever seen Gaudi’s houses you will see everything what he made has organic shapes. His inspiration comes from the nature. On the other hand the pictures above have something funny as if the furniture is melting and then I think of Dali. (I am sorry, I am a Spain addict.)

    • menno1976 said, on September 24, 2009 at 10:56

      Yes, maybe it is the legacy of Modernisme català and surrealism hehe.

  2. andrew oliver said, on November 18, 2010 at 02:37

    take a closer look

    http://www.madmade.co.uk

    -Andrew Oliver


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