Gallery: LEAF FURNITURE by Tejo Remy

 

There’s something so identifiable and charming about Dutch Design. Tejo Remy, one of the first and most influential members of the Dutch Design group Droog, has recently split from the collective to launch a project-based firm called RemyVeenhuizen with cohort Rene Veenhuizen. Their Leaf Project, whose cascading waterfall of leaves create a fluid series of shelves, benches, and wall coverings, is a great example of witty, innovative, and engaging design. We love the flora motif made structural and functional. + RemyVeenhuizen

Gallery: LEAF FURNITURE by Tejo Remy

 

There’s something so identifiable and charming about Dutch Design. Tejo Remy, one of the first and most influential members of the Dutch Design group Droog, has recently split from the collective to launch a project-based firm called RemyVeenhuizen with cohort Rene Veenhuizen. Their Leaf Project, whose cascading waterfall of leaves create a fluid series of shelves, benches, and wall coverings, is a great example of witty, innovative, and engaging design. We love the flora motif made structural and functional. + RemyVeenhuizen

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  1. Chiken February 19, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    that is so cool lokin

  2. Inhabitat » TEJO ... June 9, 2007 at 12:31 am

    [...] + Tejo Remy Leaf Furniture [...]

  3. karen mckenna November 20, 2006 at 9:16 pm

    would love info on the product. i design storefront windows and store interiors and the uses are unlimited………………..

  4. walt design November 18, 2006 at 4:17 am

    Just love it! Endless opportunities……….

  5. emily’s playgroun... November 17, 2006 at 11:12 pm

    [...] Leaf Project by Tejo Remy (via inhabitat) Tejo Remy’s Leaf Project, whose cascading waterfall of leaves create a fluid series of shelves, benches, and wall coverings, is a great example of witty, innovative, and engaging design. We love the flora motif made structural and functional. (tags: design architecture home shelves organic bioinspired leaf project furniture furnishings) [...]

  6. Rob November 14, 2006 at 5:31 pm

    I really like the idea of the shelves on demand type of deal, So that you can use them when you need them, and if you don’t need them anymore then they’ll fold back into the wall and still have aesthetic appeal. Most Excellent.

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