Gallery: Stephen Shaheen Fashions Stunning Furniture With Salvaged Onyx

 
Shaheen uses these upcycled materials to create a spectacular sculptural furnishings that resemble an illuminated series of stacked shapes in a pyramid form.

Stephen Shaheen creates intriguing designs from discarded remnants of onyx left over from industrial stone fabrication. No stranger to upcycling, Shaheen uses these upcycled materials to create spectacular sculptural furnishings that resemble illuminated stacks in the form of a pyramid. The designs vary depending on the scrap materials Shaheen uses. The inventive Eistla series is crafted from onyx, while his Lou P. chair feature is a work made from 22 layers of Italian botticino marble. But while the materials differ, the central idea of utilizing all the wonderful salvaged remains of beautiful stone blocks remains the same.

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