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Spider furniture | Image courtesy of Oficina Polvo

Spider furniture

Jun 10 2013, 10:30 am 0 Marco Russo

Today we show you the furniture created by designer Bruno Freire and signed by the Brazilian brand Oficina Polvo. A series of furniture with an essential design, furnishings handcrafted in wood, solutions ranging from amazing tables, desks and bizarre lamps, floor lamps, table lamps and the impressive pendant version, which literally looks like a spider hanging from the ceiling. Structures linked by the articulated legs, caracterizing supports that abandon the classic structural rigidities to become mobile and flexible joints that seem to mimic the physical characteristics of animals and insects found in nature, creating highly functional and customizable pieces of furniture, allowing to vary their shape, height and position in a simple way and according to need.

Designer: Oficina Polvo

Tags: animal craft creative design designer desk furniture lamp light lighting table wood

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