Architectural Furniture: 5 Finds Designed by Architects

Sometimes it takes another architect to know exactly what other architects would appreciate in their own homes. If you’re seeking unique but functional pieces that meet certain aesthetic needs, look to your fellow architects who have taken it upon themselves to fabricate their designs or collaborated with brands to bring their products to the masses. Here are five such products — launched within the last 12 months — that have caught our attention. Dan Brunn Architecture Dan Brunn Architecture: Hedy Bench The Los Angeles–based architect created a limited-edition furniture piece that, in a way, becomes a fifth wall. The Hedy bench, which was originally commissioned for residential clients, integrates a storage base on one side and a slatted seat for the top. The latter features a vibrantly colored abstract and geometric artwork. Dan Brunn Architecture Dan Brunn Architecture “The bench provides contrast to an otherwise blank architectural canvas,” explains Brunn. Hedy is handmade of solid European beech wood, then hand-painted and individually numbered. It measures 18 inches deep and tall by 60 inches long. David Rockwell David Rockwell: Valet Dining Chairs The New York–based ...
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