Best contemporary furniture inspired by famous architects December 7, 2016 – Posted in: DESIGNERS & INSPIRATIONS – Tags: best contemporary furniture, contemporary cabinet, contemporary console, contemporary furniture, famous architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, siza vieira
If you’re a design lover or an architecture enthusiast like us, you likely dream of living in houses with architecture masterpieces. While this is possible, it isn’t exactly plausible. The good thing is that many best contemporary furniture designers have been inspired in some of the most famous buildings in history and crafted modern furniture worthy of occupying museums and celebrity homes across the globe.
Malabar presents you a selection of the best contemporary furniture pieces inspired by famous architects.
The 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize winning architect Toyo Ito is the notable architect that provoked the creation of Dynasty modern console. Toyo Ito aspires to be light and transparent. Such description can be applied to Ito’s building in Omotesando, Tokyo, in which elm trees became a source of inspiration for the buildings original façade.
Waterlily Center Table
“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never disappoint you”. This is the philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the famous architects that marked a generation and influenced the direction of architecture in the 20th century. Waterlily contemporary center table will fit in modern and exquisite living rooms that strive for a nature inspired design.
Templo contemporary cabinet is inspired by the eccentric and unusual buildings of Gaudi, a Spanish artistic reference. In the simplest environment, it exalts life and joy, conveys positive feelings, and provides a unique experience of contemplation, which leads us to a different world where the imaginary expands without limits.
Leveza dining table
Siza Vieira, the name of the architect who inspired the Leveza modern dining table, believed that “Architects do not invent anything, they just transform the reality.” Proof of that is the realization of Leveza in a piece of art so unique and sublime that it can fit the environment that surrounds it in a remarkably genuine way.