The Janina Loeve Tettonica Stool and Table are Nature-Inspired

By: Ana Lopez - Published: Oct 28, 2011 • References: & mocoloco
The Janina Loeve Tettonica stool and table are excellent home decor pieces because of their organic shape, natural materials and ability to bring the best of mother nature’s landscapes into the comfort of home.

Designed by Netherlands-based designer Janina Loeve, this set consists of minimalist furniture that looks to connect the beauty of outside landscapes with interior spaces. Made of of plywood Okoume, these lightweight pieces are constructed by a series of layered rings piled up on top of one another, simulating the shape of a canyon or mountain. The table has a transparent glass sheet that gives the impression of more ample storage space, while the stool has a removable cushion.     

Curvy and raw, the Janina Loeve Tettonica stool and table are part of the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, which goes from October 22 to 30. Stats for Wooden Volcanic Furniture Trending: Older & Mild
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