More work from Bangkok based Take Home Design. Subtle tapering guides water into center slots in the tops of these teakwood and powder coated steel outdoor chairs, an iteration of the original indoor Slim Collection.
“The technique we use to make the blade of each opener is a cool combination of digital carving technology and traditional handicraft. The outline of each blade is carved out of a big sheet of the material using a digitally driven CNC milling machine, at a tiny workshop in upstate New York, and then each one gets sanded, buffed, oiled, and polished by hand—and put together with the handle pieces and swivel screw—here in Brooklyn.”
“Inspired by the items that are always getting lost between the cushions, Jam allows you to purposefully store your objects where you want them. With a space between two cushions, one can insert objects of his or her desire or hide objects of his or her personal dismay.”