Gallery: James Henry Austin’s Olympic-Inspired Project Won Furniture is...

 

Inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games, British designer James Henry Austin created Project Won, a line of furniture made entirely from salvaged sports hall flooring from the UK. All the furniture is handmade in Austin’s Shropshire workshop using time-tested traditional joinery techniques. The individual planks are hand sanded, leaving the original sports lines on display and then recoated with a natural wax oil. The furniture is handmade to order, one piece at a time and is built to last. The Project Won series consists of a chair, table, bench, coffee table and coat rack.

+ James Henry Austin

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2 Comments

  1. nathan01 September 11, 2012 at 5:14 am

    Really a nice work of wood, the furniture has really been made by the clean hand and looks like strong enough to be use in olympics.

  2. Barnrum August 11, 2012 at 8:00 am

    Good,

    That’s nice because all furniture handmade. chair, table, bench, all are looking good and so different.

    Thanks,
    möbler

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