Dutch firm Studio Macura has created a minimalist range of furniture using porcelain, steel, marble, cork and wood.
One object in the collection is the Lako, a wire book rack which can be used on either side. With a geometric aesthetic and easy-to-carry handle, this light-weight structure is both functional and sleek. Meanwhile, the Boca porcelain vessel is specifically designed to water your plants. Shaped like a tree, the receptacle's "branches" each provide their own function. For instance, users have the option of sprinkling or bathing their plant, depending on which opening they use.
Each piece in the collection is streamlined and efficient in its design and aesthetic, maintaining a minimalist appeal in every piece.
Studio Macura Keeps Things Simple with Its Latest Collection
Vasiliki Marapas — October 6, 2014 — Art & Design
References: studiomacura & dezeen