|Furniture of the future? Colorful, comfortable, sculptural, works of art.|
|The Furniture Maker, 1900, Ludwig Deutsch|
|Ark of the Battle of Anghiari, Italian, 1450-1500, named for the painting on its side.|
The Classical-styled box was often more valuable than the contents.
|Furniture styles, now and then are often|
differentiated by their carved legs.
|A dresser with shelves from a Neolithic era house in Orkney, Scotland, |
dating from 3100-2500 BC. Notice how the designer has carried the textural
elements of the wall surfaceover into that of the furniture.
|I call this the King Tut |
|Here's a piece adapted in line with client demand. We might call it Baroquecoco.|
Using the chart (above, left) what name would you give the legs?
|A Moorish Revival daybed.|
|An elegant, Modern, exciting, sophisticated, subtle, warm, inviting, and safe contemporary interior in line with client tastes and expectations, but not cutting edge furniture design.|
|Oval Sofa, Scott Gore|
|I gotta get me one of these.|
|The Rolls Royce Bar|
|The British Morris Mini desk, for those with a "mini" workload, no doubt.|
|Furniture ideal for a careless Postmodern painter.|
|A shelving unit designed solely for American literature, by Ron Arad.|