Unique and Sculptured Furniture by David Delthony- Tuesday, October 2nd 2012.
Hello FHD Lovers, o you prefer a natural, earthy look instead of a sleek, modern design? Today I’ve discovered some strange furniture pieces. Furniture by David Delthony might be strange, but building a piece of furniture like this is demanding skills and complex techniques, and I’m sure is quite hard to sculpt furniture. It is a symphony in curved wood, at the same time elegant, comfortable and very sturdy. These pieces are not only a functional object but also three dimensional arts with compelling visual properties to serve as enjoyment.
Meticulously crafted from wood, these beautiful and polished pieces of furniture will add an organic and breathtaking element to any room in your home. Homeowners looking to decorate their home with elements of the outdoors can sometimes find it frustrating to find unique pieces that will reflect their creativity and style without looking too contemporary. Functional values and mastery of the craft, although often central in furniture art, serve as tools for the realization of the artistic expression and should not become the end product.
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The resulting banded wood furniture collections look almost as if each piece were carved from a single solid block. It is important for me to utilize my knowledge of the material wood and of ergonomics to create organic forms which engage the user through their function and my own personal visual language. Most important would be the unique sensibility of the artist and the successful expression of this sensibility in his personal style or visual language. There are no surface variations on any of the ever-smooth sides of a given chair, bench, shelf, desk or table, so only the visual rhythm of alternating colored wooden layers reveal otherwise. Furniture by David Delthony will certainly make the one of a kind statement in an interior space. There is another characteristic which separates the artist from the craftsman and that is the artist’s emphasis on the creative process.