Swedish interior designer Pontus Willfors is known for furnishings that borrow their inspiration from nature. The designer's eco inspiration is prevalent in his latest range, titled 'Homeland' -- one that consists of branched and sprouting seating and tables that are covered with a metal mesh.
Though not designed to be functional, the Homeland collection is sculptural and emotive thanks to its ability to transform materials that are commonly stiff and unimaginative into ones that appear to move and grow in front of a viewer's eyes.
Manipulating industrial materials like wood and metal, Pontus Willfors reinvents traditional objects in an unexpected way. Whether recreating the common dining chair or a baby crib, the designer's bold exhibit at the Edward Cella Art & Architecture Gallery in Culver City will leave art lovers in awe of his unique talent.
Sprouting Furniture Exhibits
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