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Slot Seat
Slot Bench - A bench produced as flat parts, which are then slotted together by the end-user, without the need for fixings such as screws or bolts. Comes with cushions ready-fitted, available in a variety of fabrics, colours and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench produced as flat parts, which are then slotted together by the end-user, without the need for fixings such as screws or bolts. Comes with cushions ready-fitted, available in a variety of fabrics, colours and patterns.
Coffee table
Chop Table - Coffee table with chopped off corners to allow easy access to storage space inside.
crucifix coffee table
Sheet Bench - Re-using materials to make a aesthetically and morally pleasing piece of furniture.
Sheet Bench - Re-using materials to make a aesthetically and morally pleasing piece of furniture.
Sheet Bench - Re-using materials to make a aesthetically and morally pleasing piece of furniture.
Sheet Bench - Re-using materials to make a aesthetically and morally pleasing piece of furniture.
Slot Bench - A bench produced as flat parts, which are then slotted together by the end-user, without the need for fixings such as screws or bolts. Comes with cushions ready-fitted, available in a variety of fabrics, colours and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench with simple design consisting of four main parts, which are slotted together by the user so no screws are needed. Pine construction with pre-attached foam-padded cushion. Cushion available in a variety of colours, materials and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench with simple design consisting of four main parts, which are slotted together by the user so no screws are needed. Pine construction with pre-attached foam-padded cushion. Cushion available in a variety of colours, materials and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench with simple design consisting of four main parts, which are slotted together by the user so no screws are needed. Pine construction with pre-attached foam-padded cushion. Cushion available in a variety of colours, materials and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench with simple design consisting of four main parts, which are slotted together by the user so no screws are needed. Pine construction with pre-attached foam-padded cushion. Cushion available in a variety of colours, materials and patterns.
Slot Bench - A bench with simple design consisting of four main parts, which are slotted together by the user so no screws are needed. Pine construction with pre-attached foam-padded cushion. Cushion available in a variety of colours, materials and patterns.
tie-me-down table - a dining table, complete with slots for leather straps (sold seperately!)
Electric Recliner
Electric recliner concepts
Shaded Bench - A garden bench with integrated shade/shelter. Wood construction with wicker panels.
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Furniture concepts
Comments (4)
  • thanks, its modelled and rendered in solidworks 2005.

    13 years ago

  • Awsome work... which software do you use for rendering??

    13 years ago

  • yeah i knocked this one out in about 5 mins so didnt give much consideration to the fact that it would probably fall over! oh well! maybe its one to work on...

    14 years ago

  • Is the cusion for sitting on? I've got a terrible vision of coffee being sent flying by someone sitting down suddenly unless the thing is bolted to the floor. Looks nice though... :) ...would look just as good without the cusion I reckon Regards, DWM

    14 years ago

  • Is the cusion for sitting on? I've got a terrible vision of coffee being sent flying by someone sitting down suddenly unless the thing is bolted to the floor. Looks nice though... :) ...would look just as good without the cusion I reckon Regards, DWM

    14 years ago

  • yeah i knocked this one out in about 5 mins so didnt give much consideration to the fact that it would probably fall over! oh well! maybe its one to work on...

    14 years ago

  • Awsome work... which software do you use for rendering??

    13 years ago

  • thanks, its modelled and rendered in solidworks 2005.

    13 years ago

John Glinister
Furniture Designer United Kingdom