Photo Gallery: Studio Tord Boontje Designs
See the Dutch designer’s modern furniture and accessories.
Leaf shapes made of wool form an unusual, plush shag rug. The layers of leaves are an indoor-friendly version of the forest floor, or, as the name says, a “Little Field of Flowers.”
Forest life, from flowers and butterflies to deers and squirrels, are all featured on this graphic Table Stories tableware. Each dish size features four different drawings, allowing for variation at the dinner table. The classic red and white or blue and white porcelain can easily be coordinated with others. The hurricane lanterns also include the fairy-tale drawings.
Boontje’s 2010 Free Flowing line features lanterns, a clock and a tray, all with a branch motif. The Free Flowing set was originally featured in the Botanist 2010 collection, a site that sells eco-friendly, modern products.
Curvaceous lines on the O-Nest chair layer an organic note into any indoor or outdoor room. Available in a wide range of vibrant hues, the waterproof chair coordinates with a number of colour schemes.
The versatile Tangle Globe, designed by Boontje and released this year, can change to suit your style. Leave the globe empty to enjoy its simple, clear glass design, or fill it with the etched metal Tangle garland. Alternatively, remove the globe and let the floral garland hang from the light.
The award-winning tranSglass line of products designed by Emma Woffenden and Boontje give used glass a new purpose. From slicing a champagne bottle in half to create a unique dish, to cutting off the top to form a candleholder, vase or jug, each piece is a work of art.
Perforated metal reveals a bird motif on the chair back and a floral design on the seat. The lightweight Rain chair can be used indoors, too. Curvy, arched chair legs complement the delicate look.
Shadowy chairs and Sunny loungers feature a curled chair back and colourful prints. Colour patterns are woven with plastic threads by craftspeople in Senegal. Place one indoors to create a beachy vibe.