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April 06, 2017


This week, we bring you five designs whose silhouettes embody a near indescribable organic feeling. Each piece was designed with material in mind.
GJ CHAIR
Greta Jalk, 1963
Regarded as Danish designer Grete Jalk’s best-known work, the
GJ Chair, for which Jalk also created a companion side table, was
realized in collaboration with cabinetmaker Poul Jeppesen.
BASH VESSELS
Tom Dixon, 2012
Formed by hand from a brass sheet and finished with a gold wash, Bash can be used as a stunning vase, fruit bowl, or object. Due to the lack of a lacquered top coat, the warm gold finish will slowly develop a unique patina as it oxidizes.
TWIST STONE
Formstelle, 2012
Twist Stone is just one design from Formstelle’s popular Twist table collection. Twist Stone is a series of occasional tables with organic and amorphous table tops reminiscent of river stones slowly shaped by water over time.
NESSA
Archivio Storico Vetreria Vistosi, 1972
Nessa is a freehand table lamp that goes beyond functionality. The bottom transparent band makes the most of the light source, while the upper white band creates a soft ambient light.
ROO
Ulla Koskinen, 2009
Soft and sturdy, Roo is the largest in the series of bean bag lounge chairs produced by Woodnotes. The cover is comprised of a unique blend of paper yarn and cotton.
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