Designers and Furniture Research Inspired by Nature

Furniture Design

Inspired by Nature

nature-inspired furniture chair trees pontus wilfors
ORGANIC CHAIRS BY PONTUS WILLFORS
nature-inspired furniture table Abyss Horizon Table Duffy London
ABYSS HORIZON TABLE BY DUFFY LONDON
nature-inspired furniture duncan meerding cracked log lamps
CRACKED LOG LAMP BY DUNCAN MEERDING
nature-inspired furniture hilla shamia table
WOODCAST STOOL BY HILLA SHAMIA
nature-inspired furniture log lamps tree rings
TREE RINGS PEDESTALS BY JUDSON BEAUMONT
nature-inspired furniture lighting lamp
FORMS IN NATURE LAMP BY PIO DIAZ
nature-inspired furniture nui studio planter lamp
LAMP MYGDAL BY NUI STUDIO
nature-inspired furniture resin table
SOUVENIR OF THE LAST CENTURY STOOL BY NUCLEO

The Oasis

Designer Pei-Ju Wu redefines the relationship between the natural and artificial with this multi-functional piece of furniture. The Oasis allows nature and furniture to coexist in your home. Where your plants were once assigned to sit in a corner of your room, now it has a spot in the center. Every part of this furniture serves a purpose. The base of the table is a planter so plants stay green even when they’re away from the sun because of the LED lights integrated on the table.

On top there is an outlet you can pour water in. The funnel flows down the pipe to the soil, giving the necessary hydration for the plants. You don’t have to fear root rot because there is proper drainage. The excess water passes through a hole, back to the central pipe, and flows down to the base. At the foot of the table is a collecting pan where you can throw excess water or allow it to naturally evaporate. The LED light has an automatic time switch option, so your plant has proper light to thrive in. It’s also a perfect evening light to add ambiance to your room.

Frank Lloyd Wright

‘Organic Architect’

Frank Lloyd Wright Day Away | Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research
Fallingwater | Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect, designer, writer, and educator. He designed more than 1,000 structures over a creative period of 70 years. Wright believed in designing in harmony with humanity and the environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. He once said, “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.”

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