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Spill/ Matthias Pliessnig

Furniture designer Matthias Pliessnig made this bench named ‘Spill’ from steamed, bent-wood strips of White Oak for the lobby of a New York office. Inspired by boatbuilding techniques and classic modernist...
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Furniture designer Matthias Pliessnig made this bench named ‘Spill’ from steamed, bent-wood strips of White Oak for the lobby of a New York office. Inspired by boatbuilding techniques and classic modernist furniture, Pliessnig uses 3-D modeling software to sketch curves, which he then handcrafts into sensuous forms.

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