For some, there is a line that separates design from art or vice versa but for Sebastian Errazuriz, a Chilean-born, New York City-based designer/artist, there is a balance between art and design without significantly subordinating one discipline into the other. We can see this balance in his furniture pieces that cleverly transform into something completely unexpected. Let’s look at 5 Must-See Shape-Shifting Furniture Pieces by Sebastian Errazuriz.
:: 1 :: Explosion Credenza | Material: Maple, Glass, and Stainless Steel | Size: 29 1/4 x 56 x 15 7/8 in. (74.30 x 142.24 x 40.48 cm)
:: 2 :: Magistral Chest| Material: Hardwood Maple, Bamboo, Plywood and Metal hardware| Size: H: 24″ X W: 23″1/2 X L (open): 62″ or L(closed): 40″
:: 3 :: Wave Cabinet | Material: Lacquered Baltic Birch, Steel and Glass| Size: H: 31 1/4 x W: 71 1/2 x D: 15 in.
:: 4 :: Piano Shelf | Material: wood and steel | Size: Varies
:: 5 :: The Samurai Cabinet | Material: Lacquered maple, stainless steel and glass | Size: W:31″3/4 x H:71″ x D:17″1/2
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History of Furniture: A Global View covers the major historical movements in furniture design (from prehistoric periods through contemporary times) and includes parts of the world that traditional history books ignore or under-serve, such as Africa and China. It presents the achievements of Western furniture designers, not in isolation from the rest of the globe, but in vibrant contact with it.