furniture by Steven Holl

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Internationally known architect Steven Holl has continued his ‘investigation of porosity’ with his new selection of seating (not found), cupboards, and tables for furniture company Horm (Pordenone, Italy). With incisions that look as though they were taken from the ancient Incas made with ‘a sandwich of [ultrathin, laser-cut] wood and synthetic materials.’

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I know these pieces look just siick, but sorry my ninjas. All you can do is look for now (unless you have a crazy amount of credit card miles and some spare cash), cause they are not available in the U.S yet.

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Images from Horm website and here.

Posted: December 15th, 2006
at 9:01am by Dubs

Categories: architecture,furniture,featured ninjas

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  1. is a good design..


    25 Sep 07 at 11:40 am


  2. Great creation, This is what I’m looking for. . .


    21 Oct 08 at 2:06 am


  3. Nice post as well nice picture. Good to see you again.

    Thomas Reitz

    30 Dec 08 at 11:48 pm


  4. What a nice combination of light and shadow!


    17 Apr 09 at 1:39 am


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