Splendid furniture items made from sustainable materials
18 November 2022
The dynamic and adaptable designs in the sustainable furniture collection by Jory Brigham play with shapes, colours, and eco-friendly materials. Sustainable hardwood, FSC-certified walnut, plywood, concrete, and sustainable hardwood are just a few of the materials used to make these gorgeous pieces of furniture. The need for sustainable design is expressed by the designer’s use of every material to the fullest extent possible.
The furniture aims to provide high-quality design, materials, and a fantastic colour palette while being built to last for generations. The designer creates these fantastic furniture pieces with an unusual design from his workshop in San Luis Obispo, California, and aims to surprise different design aesthetics and artistic visions in his work. Just visualise how one of these exceptional pieces of furniture would appear in a room corner.
The Cay Sofa is arguably the most intriguing piece of furniture featured this week on Decoist. Alexander Rehn, a Swiss designer, created the shape-changing sofa. He carefully positioned hinges to make the piece of furniture “aware” of the user’s movements, enabling it to change shape whenever the user moves. According to legend, the Cay Sofa anticipates every motion to provide the best, most comfortable experience.
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