Drunken Sailor furniture by Shapetown Design Studio, Lier – Belgium

August 8th, 2014 by retail design blog

We all raise our glasses to hail our DRUNKEN SAILOR. This unique bar was designed for the foyer of SAMWD and commissioned by VZW Eduard Bressinck. With its organic couture, this wooden counter does all but elegantly refine maritime inspiration. Our sailor might be drunk but is all oiled up, mighty tall (8meters!) and built of several layers of the finest American Whitewood we could find. He’s milled in one piece (as massive as a sailor should be) on a 5-axis CNC machine. You can have a drink with our DRUNKEN SAILOR yourself at Bar Muza in the delightful city of Lier, Belgium. He’ll certainly enjoy your company.

Photography: Noortje Palmers
Design by Shapetown Design Studio

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