Wednesday, December 21, 2016

ECO style in interior design: furniture

Ecostyle (ecological) in interior design is a new trend which becomes an increasingly popular every day. And there are some reasons: return of fashion of natural-style things and increased attention for health and life-safety. Sometimes the speed and the way of life doesn't allow us to stop and think about the right choice and as a result - we buy something without much hesitation. That is why we can start to tire from home environment with time. Eco design of life environment is not too annoying as a rule. Because it's a continuation of human nature and soul. Globalization consistently alienates human from nature, doesn't satisfy of psychological and spiritual natural needs. Since ancient times humans have accustomed to live in harmony with nature. Occasionally everybody of us wants to get in touch with nature, to breathe crisp air and fill up own house by warm sun light and create natural environment for ourselves and for our children. For these reason, humans try to keep and to "reconstruct" elements of nature in their own surroundings and strive to use more natural construction materials. Sometimes products from natural materials are expensive but safe for human health and more comfortable for daily use. Ecostyle in interior design is made up of two primary components: using ecological materials (wood, handmade paper, stone, wool, linen, cotton, rattan, straw, bamboo, bark, cork, pebble, sand, "classic" metals like cooper, bronze, leather, branches, corals, roots), using natural shapes, decors and colors associated with wildlife (sky, sea, ocean, rivers and water, animals and plants, rocks, mountains, sun and so on). Wildlife is extraordinarily diverse, unique, even has no identical snowflakes or leaves. Many natural objects have an irregular shapes, have an imperfection details. That's why eco style in interior design has characteristics of natural minimalism and simplicity without well-placed lines or much-straight lines which changes to the richness of details, magnificent colors and highly variable non-regular shapes and surface textures. Artists and designers and architects take their inspiration from nature, from space of caves, tree hollows and branches, ocean waves, desert dunes and beauty of animals and flowers. It's like poetry, the eternal song of human to the divine perfection of universe ))
It is commonly acknowledged that science, technology and engineering are among the principal drivers of industrial and economic development. Nowadays chemistry, electronics, manufacturing achievements lead to the influx of synthetic materials into human life. A great number of furniture, lighting, accessories and finishes are created from various polymer materials: syntetic textile and rubber, fiberglass, plexiglass, different plastic, syntetic paint, varnishes and so on. Beyond any doubt it's a part of modern life and the reflection of achievements in modern civilisation. But our contemporaries still need to see beautiful natural images, to feel natural forms, to touch organic materials. Occasionally the combination of natural and synthetic materials in ecological interior design and furniture has resulted in original creative works. A wide range of furniture and lighting created under the theme of wildlife and nature are made of modern plastic and metal. So let's look at some examples of eco style furniture which you can use in your own modern interior projects. Here you can find a lot of aesthetic stuff eco-friendly furniture from famous producers and designers: Amura, Regina Andrew, Roche Bobois, Axel Vervoordt, Bleu Nature, Alcarol, Henrique Oliveira, Van Rossum, Kendrick Bangs Kellogg, Alessandro Zambelli, Artcopi, Maxalto, Tom Raffield, Paola Lenti, Benson Bundle, Noe Duchaufour Lawrance, Mikael Ling, Brabbu, Blaxsand, Driade, CFC Furniture, Aqwella Clarberg, Crate&Barrel, Oly Studio, Bonaldo, Edra, Cheng-Tsung Feng and Kao-Min Chen, Cosmo, Riva 1920, David Dolcini, Antonio Pio Saracino, Hooker Furniture, Werner Neumann, David Warner, Peter Opsvik, Werner Aisslinger, Pierre Paulin, Peter Donders, Mendeli street Hotel Tel-Aviv, Art wood installations by Henrique Oliveira, Desert House in Joshua Tree California, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Jason Whiteley, Kenneth Cobonpue, Karpa, Kelly Wearstler, Ligne Roset, Alias Design, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Luciano Zonta, Fraser Reid and Nick Ross, Chaffee Graham, Jamie McLellan, Philip Ahlström and so on.

Globe Garden chair by Peter Opsvik

Bleu Nature Rustic-style Armchair

Art wood installations by Henrique Oliveira

Bleu Nature Etagere

Desert House in Joshua Tree California was built in the 1990s by the legendary Kendrick Bangs Kellogg

Flow Loungesessel by Amura Design by Antonio Pio Saracino

Dedon Leaf Outdoor Armchair

Ligne Roset Clouds

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Luciano Zonta Chagall

Werner Aisslinger “Home of the Future”

Mogambo - Paola Lenti

Dedon Outdoor Furniture

Flow chair by Cheng-Tsung Feng and Kao-Min Chen

Bourgogne Chair by Mikael Ling

Brabbu Orion Wood Cabinet

Karpa Triton

Pukka dining table by Van Rossum

Bundle Side Table

Crate&Barrel Eco-Friendly Furniture

Cosmo Yoda Easy

Clover Chair by Driade

Borghese by Noe Duchaufour Lawrance

Bistrò - Paola Lenti

Alcarol Undergrowth

Bitta stool by Riva 1920

Eichholtz Barrymore Coffee Table

Favela Double Bed by Fernando & Humberto Campana (Campana Brothers) for Edra

Benson Bundle Side Table

Blaxsand Teak Root Coffee Table

Para by Chaffee Graham

Aqwella Clarberg Papyrus-wood

Pierre Paulin Butterfly Chair

Robin table Roche Bobois

David Dolcini Stool for Riva 1920

Artcopi small Console

Artona Chair Collection by Tobia Scarpa for Maxalto

Axel Vervoordt Beautiful Interiors

CFC Allium Coffee Table

Amura Flow Sofa

Fat Sofa Outdoor, design by Patricia Urquiola

B&B Italia's Crinoline Collection

Cosmo Pigalle Easy

Bungalow Classic Elm Plank Table

Ralph Lauren Joshua Tree Lounge Chair

Alessandro Zambelli 3 Door Wardrobe in Olive Green European Art

Mendeli street Hotel Tel-Aviv

Karpa Apollo

Karpa Diana

Marque Furniture Collection by Alessandro Zambelli

 Roofingreen Nature Side

Perrouin Kalin

Kenneth Cobonpue Croissant Armchair

Traveler Outdoor Collection by Stephen Burks for Roche Bobois

Monstera by Philip Ahlström

Chair design with an atmosphere of Nature

Vitra Workbay

Walter Knoll Rumi chair

Soane Venus Chair

Peanut by Bonaldo

David Warner Anthropomorphic Desk and Chair

Odin Chair by Jamie McLellan

Hooker Furniture Living Room Chevron Console

Werner Neumann Organic collection

Bleu Nature Armchair

Tom Raffield Contemporary Wooden Furniture and Lighting

Jason Whiteley Chair Furniture

Welding Wood by CuldeSac

The eco-friendly shelf by Blue Nature

Moroso Mafalda

Regina Andrew Infinity Oval Cocktail Table

Oly Studio Alistair Side Table

Dodecahedron-D Sofa by Peter Donders

Kelly Wearstler Armchair

A&B Award Objects by Fraser Reid and Nick Ross

Nendo Twig by Alias Design

Bonaldo Kadou Coffee Tables

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Osso Chair for Mattiazzi

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