A Wonderful Organic Collection by Werner Neumann

A globally recognized furniture designer from The Netherlands, Werner Neumann once was just doodling on a day, and then decided to turn the doodles into reality. And that‘s how the Organic collection came into existence.

A globally recognized furniture designer from The Netherlands, Werner Neumann once was just doodling on a day, and then decided to turn the doodles into reality. And that‘s how the Organic collection came into existence.

The acclaimed designer has two collections of furniture, Birchwood and organic. Out of two new collections, the Organic collection is inspired by the organic shapes and forms found in nature. All organic shapes that nature embraces are irregular, uneven, flowing and asymmetrical and so do the organic collection of Neumann.

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He used atypical materials like leather and brass to upholster these forms. Whereas his other collection, the Birchwood collection features items that were formed with birch bark, which Werner found in the forest.

Dimensions: 225 x 105 x 45 cm

Material: Wood, leather, brass

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