Nothing livens up a plain living space quite like playful furniture. The latest in the series of fun furniture if the Animal Chair II-Shadow series created by Taipei-based studio Biaugust Design. The collaborative effort reflects the various animal instincts of the designers involved in the project. What makes the project truly marvelous is the fact that its creators have taken the symbol of the banality of everyday life, i.e., the chair, and transformed it into a powerful expression of hidden human aspirations and the wildness of their true inner nature.
Each piece in the collection seems to be telling a story in itself and as a collection, the series showcases a balance between human-created art and the artistic side of Mother Nature herself. The caricatured form of the animals head covers reflects the series’ warmth and softness. Each item in the collection is hand-crafted by skilled Taiwanese tailors, artisans, blacksmiths and carpenters and allows people to bring home a piece of the wilderness in their homes.
Whether used together as a set or used as individual standalone pieces that can soften up a boring and lonely corner in a large room or provide a chic sitting place in small room cramped for space. As a purely functional object, the chairs are perfectly useful around the house and do not hog more space than is actually required by the users for sitting purposes.
Via: Archi Scene