More ideas from F
The Quetzal chair designed by Marc Venot for Missana comes in a flowery design with multiple pillows that fan outwards, resembling its inspiration, the Quetzal bird’s plumage. What’s interesting is the ability to flip over the pillows to change the color of the chair entirely, making it a chair that transcends traditional static furniture and the kind that can adapt to any interior setting.

The Quetzal chair designed by Marc Venot for Missana comes in a flowery design with multiple pillows that fan outwards, resembling its inspiration, the Quetzal bird’s plumage. What’s interesting is the ability to flip over the pillows to change the color of the chair entirely, making it a chair that transcends traditional static furniture and the kind that can adapt to any interior setting.

Valle shelves by Zaha Hadid

Milan Zaha Hadid crafted black granite to create Valle shelves, which were unveiled by Citco just a month after the architect died unexpectedly

It ain't coming out.

A blind tenon joint with wedges Jigokuhozo (地獄ほぞ) Japanese traditional wood joint technics Tsugi-te / Shiguchi (継手/仕口 - straight joint / angled joint) - Woodworking Tuesday