Experimental / hybrid furniture by Kata Monus

June 24th, 2012 by retail design blog

Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus has created an experimental storage piece in which soft material is organically integrated with wood in a way that it breaks free of the customary standards of furniture manufacturing. Textile goes beyond its application and becomes an independent component of the object, connecting the two ashen elements as a knitted structure running through holes.

Photos © Réka Hegyháti

http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/30/view/21750/experimental-hybrid-furniture-by-kata-monus.html

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One thought on “Experimental / hybrid furniture by Kata Monus

  1. It’s like socks for furniture! Love the abstract furniture stuff.

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