Experimental Furniture Hybrid Shaped Of Wood And Textile
Exemplary designs come from venturing into different fields, connecting design dots and composing never before-seen pieces. Experimental furniture can give an in depth analysis of the interaction of its materials, as is the case with this hybrid piece of furniture imagined by Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus. Used for storage in a unique, artistic way, this almost organic furniture item is a hybrid between the fluid dynamics of braided string and the rigid structure of the wooden boxes. The Experimental Furniture by Kata Monus display a continuous but interchangeable connection between the furniture’s parts, breaking the monotony of usual assembly. Integrating her work with textile in the furniture manufacturing field, the artist managed to create a stunning piece of modern furniture and shape a gateway towards experimenting with common materials in a surprising “out of the box” way. Textile threads run across the structure of each of the two boxes, creating a brilliant entanglement of materials.