German designer Hannes Grebin recently created a piece of unusual furniture that will only take seconds to catch your attention. Inspired by traditional furniture for a living room in Germany in the 70s, he took samples from those furniture. Not only one kind of furniture, he took six things, which are : a couch, an armchair, a carpet, a wall unit, a ceiling lamp and a tile table. From those things, he decided to take the comfort and tradition of those furniture he took and reflect them into his very own new creation.
Despite of its fractal and asymmetric geometry, these furniture still meet the demands of ergonomics furniture. If you wonder, these furniture are not that soft and cozy as any furniture before, but Hannes Grebin says that a human being can get used to everything, including to these furniture, of course.
Beside the unusual design, these furniture are also have unusual sculptural forms. Those all are complemented by traditional fabric and other details like laces or fringes. All together, these furniture show us a neo-modern style with a slight hint on the traditional furniture of the 70s.