Gallery: MotoArt Recycles Airplane Parts Into High-Flyin’ Furniture

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We’ve seen designers recycle airplane parts to create desks, tropical eco-hotels and a hostel, and now we can add couches and beds to the lofty collection! MotoArt is a team of designers who transform airplane parts into sleek, highly polished modern pieces of furniture. Based in Los Angeles, the 6 person design crew creates an impressive line-up of upcycled furnishings, sure to please every airplane enthusiast’s flight of fancy.

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  1. Naroka Consulting October 9, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    There is a special someone for all types of furniture, utilizing airplane parts is a definite thrill. An office chair made out of an ejection seat of a fighter plane would be a nice addition to this line.

  2. davek July 7, 2009 at 9:09 am

    nice article

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