Using nature as inspiration Dutch-based company Studio Floris Wubben crafted this intriguing lounger entitled the Eyrie Chair. The Eyrie Chair imitates the fascinating aesthetics found in bird nests and other forms of natural architecture. It may look like nothing more than a heap of sticks, but some thoughtful engineering went into this bizarre perch.
Crafted using fallen branches as the legs and steam-bent ash slats, joined with ash pins and wood glue to form the seat, this earthy piece of furniture is as natural as its inspiration. While it may not look like the comfiest of chairs, it is equipped with a jaw-dropping design that is hard to ignore. Sure to become a conversation piece in any home, the Eyrie Chair by Studio Floris Wubben is a must have item for any interior design enthusiast.
Looking like something you'd uncover while foraging in the forest, the Eyrie Chair captures the perfection of nature and lets you sit on it.
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