Titling 60 Series Furniture Seems Blown By the Wind
Anything weird and unique could either impress you or would give you a poker face. But for some, items like this are worth collecting. If we speak of home decor and furniture, there are uniquely designed pieces that may even make us wonder if it can be useful or would be a good idea to place in a home. I have seen many items like this and some of them had been featured here on Home Design Lover. We are going to feature a one of a kind furniture today.
What you are about to see are titling tables and chairs which is far from the ones we usually use with 90 degrees angle. This one is called the '60' series. Yes, it is called that way because it is tilting 60 degrees. It actually looks swaying to one side as if blown with the wind. The 60 Red Chair and 60 Blue Chair are both painted steel while the 60 Console and Chair are made from mahogany in a rich yellow hue. Let us take a look at them below.
The table is made from steel and is tilted on 60 degrees.
While this is the 60 Console and Chair made from mahogany and has an upholstered seat.
And yes, you can sit on it but you might also feel like tilting too!
This series is a playful design that combines function, aesthetics and balance.
And it would be a perfect addition to any furniture collectors.
If you look at it, the design is just simple, only that it is tilted.
Would you use this pair as your office table? Or you think your clients will feel tilted too? Lol.
It does looks like it's going to break down but it doesn't. It has a sturdy design.
The furniture are certainly works of art. And the designers really thought of how they can arrive to such design while maintaining balance.
The photos are from Tbilisi-based photography agency NakaniMamasaxlisi.
This photography have shown the connection between bodies and the oblique light furniture.
And this one is the 60 Red Chair which is made from steel and painted in red.
I guess you felt like tilting and swaying too. You might even hesitate to sit on it or to put something on it. But despite being tilted, it is still functional. The 60 series is designed by Tbilisi, Georgia based design studio XYZ Integrated Architecture. By now, the prototype of these furniture are part of a private collection. I guess these will look good for an exhibit! I'm not sure when this could be available in the market. If you have one, you would definitely feel like you have 60 Series XYZ!