A German designer, Hannes Grebin, created this furniture by taking the samples of traditional furniture for a living room in Germany in the 1970s. There were six things he took: a couch, an armchair, a carpet, a wall unit, a ceiling lamp and a tile table. He came to a decision to take the comfort and tradition of the furniture and then reveal it in his own way. Although the furniture has fractal and asymmetric geometry, it completely meets the demands of ergonomics. The designer says that the furniture is not as soft and comfy as before, but a human being can get used to everything. The extraordinary sculptural shapes are harmonized by traditional fabric and other details, such like laces or fringes. When they are all put together, these pieces result in a magnificent way and show us a neo-modern living room with a trivial hint on the traditional furniture of the 1970s.
Category: House Designs