Plywood: Shapely & Curvaceous
Shapely and Curvaceous. Really?
When you think of uses for plywood, generally framing and construction come to mind. But would you think of furniture?
One of the latest trends is really a revival of something from the past. Think Eames lounge chair, or molded plywood chairs.
I love the description tagged with this next shapely piece designed by Eric Pfeiffer…
A truly chic magazine stand that’s molded and folded to keep your favorite magazines close at hand! What more needs to be said?
Or how about this ‘Big (O)Val’ table extraordinaire designed by Adam Fitzgerald?
Part of the Jackson Street collection, this table standing alone makes a statement. Can you imagine its impact once dressed and placed?
Then there’s the Ionic Bench designed by Laurie Beckerman. Truly, this is a masterpiece.
The lines are simply gorgeous. Would you dare to sit?
And with all great design, there’s always a piece to contemplate…
Remember, all these pieces are made from plywood.
Plywood is a structural material that is made of layers of wood glued together, usually with the grains of adjoining layers at right angles to each other. As Popular Science puts it, think a layercake of lumber and glue! Hmmm, or is that Mmmmm?
Wouldn’t you say these molded pieces are simply amazing?
I would have to agree. They are all so incredible. And every incredible space that sets itself apart has something unique to share.
Would you feature a molded plywood piece in your space? Do you already own one? Care to share?
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