Turn over a new leaf in your home or office décor with this side table carved in cement. Along with a refreshing change, it brings the promise of another breeze, time and season.
The practice of taking a break with a beverage is central to Swedish life. Signifying the social institution, this coffee table is an excuse to gather around for small talk.
The table here is inspired by the Hikuri patterns used in the Huichol culture of Native Americans in Mexico as a way to communicate with the Gods.
Inspired from jazz music, this bar stool is classy, rich yet ceaselessly inventive. The metallic inscriptions on the top which reflect light are symbolic of the designer’s musings.
This elegant stool mimics the Mexican Peyote Cactus, a hallucinogenic plant that has been used for hundreds of years by Mexican Indians. Sit on it and transport yourself.
In a tribute to one of the traditional formal ways of sitting in Japan, this contour stool is a representation of two important values in Japanese culture- courtesy and apology.
Great minds think alike. They possess a rare art to connect with everyone, and yet, they belong to none. This chair is a melody of cement and wood and symbolic of harmony in isolation.
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