Foliage-Inspired Furniture: Hospitality Trend
The delicate curves of the humble leaf serve as inspiration for these foliage-esque furniture designs.
Inspired by leaves and stems, Marc Thorpe's Morning Glory tables for Moroso are made from powder-coated welded steel rods and laser cut bent steel plates.
Like the fan-shaped leaf of the ginkgo temple tree, the delicate veneer shell of Ernst and Jensen's stackable Ginko chair for Erik Jorgensen Furniture forms an organically shaped seat with a strong sculptural appearance. The easy chair is also available with a plastic shell and a seat cushion where the cushion acts as a leaf inside the leaf, providing a more sensuous character and added comfort.
Shaped like a single leaf at the end of a long stem, the Leaf lamps by Broberg & RidderstrÃ¥le for Muuto are made from aluminum, steel and brass stands with energy-efficient LED technology.
The structures of Lievore Altherr Molina's Leaf Series chairs and tables for Arper display an irregular design that recall the veins of a leaf.
Appearing like layered leaves, Allermuir's Sunda 1 tables are manufactured from laser cut, sheet steel and available in a range of fifteen finely textured mineral based powder coat finishes, four different heights and with three top sizes.
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