Loving these tables from Suzy Lelièvry‘s Contorsions series.
Osso is a new series of chairs designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for the Italian brand Mattiazzi. The chairs are made of oak, maple or ash, but it’s their production process that I find interesting. The pieces are milled by a digitally controlled CNC machine. This is probably one of the few ways to produce this design on a larger scale.
found at designboom weblog
FRAMED by Anton Burdakov is just a piece of wood, a nail and some thread, but I would definitely put it up on my wall.
Soft Wood is a series of chairs designed by Veronika Wildgruber that appear at first to be made in fabric with the soft appearance of pillows. But in reality they are sculpted in solid wood. The chairs trick the mind because the surface and texture connotes the opposite of what we think and know about the characteristics of wood.
seen at DMY Berlin 2010