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Funky Furnishings

The world of interior design is constantly stretching and crossing barriers to come up with the coolest, most innovative home furnishings.  Sometimes this is by means of using unique materials such as shagreen, bold colors or even taking us to great heights.

Los Angeles based HStudio, creates funky furnishings by incorporating all of the above!  Their unique furniture plays with scale, color and materials.

Founder Shlomi Haziza got his start in the art world at a young age by painting found rocks.  His painted rocks were so extraordinary that he began selling them and soon had a large following.  Over the years he has worked with many mediums, including recycled Levis jeans.  He is well known for his mastery of the difficult material acrylic.  Through his acrylic art, Haziza found the furniture world.

What makes his furnishings so unique is not just the shapes of the pieces, but also the scale.  By supersizing a cool lounge chair, he creates a special bench.  By raising the back of an arm chair, the simple becomes exciting.

Check out some of his amazing work below!

What appears to be just a cool lounge chair is actually a bench! The model really helps show the scale of this unique piece.

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Custom Console Table for Mid America Club Library

A recent project for the Mid America Club Library on the 80th floor of the Aon Building was featured in last weeks blog.

The focal point for this library, was a amazing custom designed console piece.  This console was a collaboration between Deb Reinhart Interior Design Group and the skilled craftsmen of The Golden Triangle.

The basis of the design started with two tree trunk bases of Ma Ka wood from Tailand, unique in shape.
A custom wood black base was created to not only give a foundation & visual balance  but to create a level surface for a black absolute granite top (115″ long) to sit on top.

The piece took months to fine tune the design including a custom stain applied to each piece of Ma Ka wood.

It took three men to assemble the piece on-site! Which was executed with precision of the finest craftsmen.

Design for Custom Console Table

Console without Granite Top

Assembling the Console On-Site