The Endy Series is an admirable collection of furniture that has been fashioned out of leftover timber. Full of character, the pieces do have a bit of a mishmash look about them, even though they have been carefully cut and sanded to have the same dimensions all around.
Designed by Tel Aviv-based Studio Ve, the Endy Series was recently revealed during Stockholm Design Week in the Greenhouse section. The stool, chair and coffee table included in the Endy Series all feature the same angled legs. Each end of the wood panels used have been brightly painted different colors as well. Intriguingly enough, the saw mill from which the leftover lumber originates paints the ends and not the designers themselves.
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