Beauty in Destruction By Troy Turner 08/30/2011 This striking design has one very unusual inspiration- destruction! Designer Paul Sandip found beauty in cracked glass and translated it into this unique and imaginative piece, the FRAChair.Designer: Paul SandipSharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket66 Shares Related Posts Ditch those dirty cloth masks, this reusable UV-C face mask makes it easy to breathe 99% clean air Here’s a classic example of necessity being the mother of invention. Mask design has seen such blitzscaled innovation in the past couple of months, it’s truly… This non-electric, auto refilling water bowl keeps your cat always hydrated Designed to give cats (as well as their human owners) the most aesthetic and comfortable drinking experience, the KittySpring is a great example of pet-centric design… Contrasting Buffet A combination of new and reclaimed materials, the Coban Buffet is a unique take on the classic buffet with simplistic, natural shapes and an industrial, Americana… The One Button Bike 1 button. That’s all it takes to set the PLOOI bike into motion to fold! A button under the handlebar pulls two hinge points to disconnect… The Guardbot can navigate on turf, sand, snow, and even water It’s a good thing the Guardbot doesn’t have turrets, because terrain or the lack of it doesn’t really stop the damned thing. With two ‘eyes’ and… Smiling Stool Gives Hope The Smile Stool is the result of a study on the declining Indonesian furniture industry, that in recent years has had incredible difficulty competing its handmade… TagsChairFurnitureSeatSeating Previous articleBamboo Bike Next articleSuper Sing-a-long! 10 Comments öğrenci yurtları says: 08/30/2011 at 12:38 am Thanks a lot. Great post. suhasini says: 08/30/2011 at 2:35 am I love it…. Chantelle says: 08/30/2011 at 2:49 am Great chair love it Discount Decorating says: 08/31/2011 at 1:57 pm I suppose inspiration can come from anywhere. Next time I see something broken… I’ll try to find the beauty in it. That’s kinda deep…. rhe says: 09/01/2011 at 2:26 pm buu, I was expecting seeing something being really destructed. Instead I saw renderings of a chair in the studio with trees reflected on its surface. But that’s just me being niggling. Nice inspiration, however, not very smart (or to say – efficient) use of material. I think this could be done in much more essential and even more striking way (as without description I’d never think of the thing that got you inspired). But hey, I think that it’s really worth looking deeper into this problem. Intriguing things could come out of it – this one is a little bit too bland. Greg says: 09/02/2011 at 6:25 am I think the description needs revising. There’s nothing unique or imaginative about ANOTHER effing disc chair or whatever they’re called. Furniture designers need to be more imaginative. paul sandip says: 10/14/2011 at 4:34 am thanks for the comments 🙂Comments are closed.