These new works by Jory Brigham have an organic presence that is nevertheless entirely neo-retro. Like his past designs, he uses some of the same details and accents such as accordionlike folds and colorblocked colorways. Yet, he has introduced some other elements that give each piece a natural feel. For instance, the Hollister and Chumash butler cabinet boasts a wrinkled wooden panel that makes it look as though it were rippling in the wind. Not to mention the Comfortable Silence benches that have planters built right in.
By being aware of their impact on the planet, these new works by Jory Brigham don't just look inspired by nature -- they were also made with nature in mind. By using materials like sustainable plywood, plantation Teak and FSC certified walnut, this furniture is very eco-friendly.