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Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On September 2, 2005 @ 9:14 pm In green furniture | No Comments
Does the contemporary furniture design world need any more bent plywood? Probably not, but if all bent plywood was like David Brunicardi’s  Sande Collection I wouldn’t complain. The Sande collection from Brunicardi and Design Public , takes bent-plywoodness to the next level. It is bendier and more ply than anything you have every seen, PLUS its made from sustainable wood. Can you say that about your bent plywood magazine rack? (Okay, okay, all plywood by its nature is at least somewhat “eco-friendly” ? simply because it’s molded instead of milled). These particular pieces are so good-looking, however, who wants to nitpick?
Via BLTD 
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