JVLT014 motorbike – sculpture by Joe Velluto & NorthEastCustom

May 16th, 2014 by retail design blog

Italian design studio Joe Velluto has collaborated with motorcycle company NorthEastCustom to make a bike-shaped piece of furniture that replaces metal and plastic with glass, wood and wool. Exhibited at the Triennale di Milano museum during the Milan design week, the JVLT014 is part motorbike, part sculpture, and was designed as a piece of furniture that has the features of a mode of transportation.



























http://www.dezeen.com/2014/04/30/a-custom-built-motorbike-made-as-a-piece-of-furniture/

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