The Geometric Wooden Furniture Is The Latest Home Trend

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When it comes to furniture and creating chairs, tables, lighting and storage options, the designers are breaking the rules, using unique materials with extraordinary forms. Jae-Hyo Lee is a Korean artist that turns discarded pieces of wood into eye-catching pieces of art that are both useful and elegant. He is a master of manipulation as he burns and then polishes the chunks of wood to create s smooth surface and visual contrast.

His intention is to express the natural characteristics of the wood. And every single piece designed by this artist makes you wonder how he managed to get wood to act and look like that. He sculpts chunks of wood into amazing art that also functions like furniture. From chairs, to table, the furniture that you will see below is made of different types of wood like chestnut or pine.

 

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You can freely attach these three tags to these designs: luxury, style and innovation. If you have already noticed these wooden furniture designs, made by the 50 years old Korean artist, Jae-Hyo Lee, are unique and very interesting.

 

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The tree ring patterns compose interesting shapes expressing the beauty of each chunk of wood. Different sized wood log slices shape each artwork that will fascinate you and you will want to share them with your friends just like I did.

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These wood illustrations are very modern and are crafted out of discarded branches and tree trunks. The artist is amazing and turns any wooden piece into natural geometric shapes, such as cube, globe, table, chairs and other furniture-like models.

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To preserve nature, the furniture designers and artist are using eco-friendly methods to create functional as well as aesthetic designs. Jae-Hyo Lee uses organic materials to produce contemporary artwork that can fit perfectly any home. What do you think about these designs? I would love to know your opinion, so feel free to share it below. If you have some other suggestions or ideas, please share them too.