"Patchwork" by Amy Hunting

By: Pearl - Published: Aug 24, 2008 • References: amyhunting & dezeen
Norwegian born but London based designer, Amy Hunting has an amazing line of furniture and accessories made entirely from wood waste and off-cuts collected from factories in Denmark. The wood remnants are glued together first before being made into furniture without screws or bolts.

The line consists of a chair, a book box or bookcase and a series of 12 lamps. Her book box can be orientated differently to accommodate a variety of book sizes. The legs form additional book stops if the book box is place upside down. The book box can also be stacked one on top of the other or wall-mounted.

The lamps were made from a single block of assembled wood cut-offs. Each was successfully cut from that block until no more lamps could be made. Stats for Wooden Patchwork Eco Furniture Trending: Older & Mild
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