Cut Furniture: Giving New Meaning To Flat Pack Furniture


I saw a lot of really beautiful furniture from all over the world at Ambiente, but none of them made me stop in my tracks the way that Cut Furniture did. As I approached the booth I caught sight of this magnificent red chair, its pieces hanging on the wall behind it like art. It was love at first sight.
Now, before I get your hopes up, Cut Furniture is not yet available for retail sale. Designer Mariana Costa e Silva launched the brand at Interior Lifestyle Tokyo in June 2011 and is still working out the details for retail sales.

Cut Furniture also reduces waste by using a computerized cutting system to create the pieces. As you can see in these photos, multiple chairs can be cut from one sheet of Valchromat, reducing waste by using more of the raw material.



3 comments on “Cut Furniture: Giving New Meaning To Flat Pack Furniture

  1. That’s absolutely awesome!


  2. granbee says:

    Seeing this makes me wonder why someone did not utilize computer software to cut out furiture pieces like this years ago! Anyway, I will be MORE eagerly awaiting the retail release of some of this Cut Furniture!


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