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Cord Chair by Nendo is a collaboration with Hiroshima Prefecture manufacturer Maruni Wood Industry. Museum of Arts and Design, NY, furniture, seating, joinery, precision, wood, japan, sculpture, frame, carved, handmade, artisan

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NJP table

Cord Chair by Nendo....http://www.pinterest.com/inlovewithaview/woodworking/

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NOSIGNER designed Imaginary is a table that refers to the mathematical term of  “imaginary number.” It includes an invisible drawer that allows a place to hide away cutlery and documents.  http://nosigner.com/ja/case/imaginary/

NOSIGNER designed Imaginary is a table that refers to the mathematical term of…

Japanese design studio Nendo have designed the “Splinter collection” for Conde House, a manufacturer based in Japan’s famous Asahikawa wooden furniture region. Each object seems to have been peeled from a single piece of wood.

Splinter for Conde House / Nendo. Best Architect-Designed Products of Milan Design Week 2013

ALVAR AALTO, Stool model X601, designed in 1954 and manufactured by Artek Oy, Finland. / faberworkshop

scandinaviancollectors: “ALVAR AALTO, Stool model designed in 1954 and manufactured by Artek Oy, Finland.

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Details we like / Chair / Wood / Grey / Soft Surface / Handmade /at Hiroshima Chair I Naoto Fukasawa dining chair

Via Furniture Love | Cees Braakman for Pastoe | FB03 Lounge Chairs | Combex Series (1954) #XmasWithFabFurnish

Cees Braakman pair of FB03 lounge chairs Combex series

Cees Braakman for UMS Pastoe pair of lounge chairs Combex series, Birch wood frame and grey upholstery on the back rest and

A line of upholstered chairs creating soft surfaces with hard materials by Annie Evelyn of New Colony Furniture

BEST OF NEW YORK DESIGN WEEK 2013

A line of upholstered chairs creating soft surfaces with hard materials by Annie Evelyn of New Colony Furniture. Best of New York Design Week 2013 - via Yatzer

Salvaged wood and metal...great design - look at those joints!  And the darker board intersects the metal to form an offset cross detail on the top.  Nice piece.

I'm moving to Portland. Because if I lived there, I would make friends with the ladies from bright designlab . In partnership wit.

If you really are hunting for great suggestions about wood working, then http://www.woodesigner.net will be able to help you!

furniture designer Rosanna Ceravolo at Design : Made : Trade in Melbourne recently, and were instantly smitten by the detailed pattern and texture in her work, particularly the ‘Enzo’ cabinet and side tables, pictured ab

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