Furniture designed to satisfy the art lover in you

Having functional pieces with high utility in our homes is very important. However, sometimes we need a couple of designs around us purely for vain reasons…because they’re super aesthetic and attractive! So, we’ve curated a collection of artistic designs, that separate themselves from the usual products, standing tall as artistic masterpieces that could add a certain magical touch to your living space.

Neil Aronowitz utilized and manipulated the material Concrete Canvas which is basically “concrete cloth on a roll” to create a furniture collection that seems more like artwork. The exquisite collection consists of the Whorl Console and Table.

Almost like something you’d make in a 3D version of Tetris, the Yellow Brick Chair breaks down the elements of seating and reinterprets it using the lens of abstractionism. Not only does it play with the very idea of what a chair should be, but its daring use of sharp forms made out of soft cushions also creates a visual contrast that’s definitely eye-catching.

The Tree Table by Sebastian Errazuriz uses wooden boards to mimic the horizontal section of a tree and its branches. This organic nature-inspired piece is the perfect addition to any living space.

There’s something so soothing about this piece by Arben Vllasaliu, that puts my mind to ease at once. The little spheres effortlessly sliding and rolling over the crevices in the base sends a shiver of satisfaction through me!

Fungk is an organic lighting fixture by Tabo Design Studio that takes its inspiration from flowers and branches. The hand-shaped lampshades are truly a work of art!

Ceal Floyer merges art, product design, and architecture in her Speaker Stairs. The conceptual staircase consists of black rectangular speakers that form the individual steps. It’s like walking on music!

 The More Sky window was designed as a creative experiment. It is a designer window concept that expands and attempts to replace the traditional windows we are so used to. The extending window unit allows for surreal views of the sky, and in fact, forms a mini balcony!

Inspired by my favorite type of pasta, spaghetti, the designer adopted the neutral form of public benches for the Spaghetti benches and transformed them into playful works of art. The structures extend into curvy elongated branches, free of their functionality as benches, and soar towards the sky.

Created wholly from thermoplastic polycarbonate and supported by a stainless-steel frame, the chairs quite simply represent a glass of wine. The Merlot is available not only in the form of a classic chair and a stool but also comes in three colors, depending upon your wine of choice: red, white or rosé.

These floating ceramic light sculptures by Zuko Nishikawa are super quirky and cute! Available in myriad shapes and colors, they’re sure to put you in a good mood instantly!