The furniture from Thomas Feichtner's M3 collection looks cool wooden tesseracts

Based on the M3-Chair, a chair made of composite round wood that Thomas Feichtner had previously designed for Neue Wiener Werkstätte, an entire furniture collection was created. What began as a design experiment and one-off piece was continued due to the high demand as a furniture collection in small tables and various armchairs. This time no longer as an experimental chair construction of one cubic metre, but adapted exactly to the ergonomic requirements of a comfortable lounge chair. The collection consists of a lounge chair and three different sized side tables. 

I have no space (or money) for this furniture but I still want it. I will make room!

See more on Feichtner’s website.

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