After graduating from Purdue University, sculptor Guarav Nanda landed a job that many ID graduates would kill for: modeling clay for GM.
Nanda worked on interiors, which of course are designed to contain humans, but after seven years he started to want to create something else to contain humans: furniture. “One day it struck him: furniture is functional art and wire is a medium easily used to form shapes and could structurally restrain a person,” reads Nanda’s biography. “He immersed himself in making wire furniture. A few years, many prototypes and a move to Los Angeles later – Fold the goods was born. These original designs focused on incorporating distinct patterns, comfort, color and versatility into wire furniture and accessories. »
Today, Bend Goods produces dozens, if not hundreds, of wire furniture: chairs, stools, tables. I don’t like all the drawings, but three of them jumped out at me: His Looping living room…
I like the simplicity of the lines, and each of them makes me want to sit there.
All parts are suitable for indoor or outdoor use, as they are first galvanized and then powder coated.
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