1998.

The Sunset Dining Chair by Cristophe Pillet.

volatiledesign:

If there is something that Volatile Design highly favors, that would be packaging and product design. There is something so elegant about the way a designer can translate an idea into a shape, a container, a holder of goods or sculptural item. Packaging design for David Yurman perfume by Gerry Villareal. What is so special about this design is that Mr. Villareal did not forget this is a jewelry company, one whose products are exceptional pieces of jewelry. The bottle too has the resemblance of a fine stone that sparkles and glows from within.

volatiledesign:

If there is something that Volatile Design highly favors, that would be packaging and product design. There is something so elegant about the way a designer can translate an idea into a shape, a container, a holder of goods or sculptural item. Packaging design for David Yurman perfume by Gerry Villareal. What is so special about this design is that Mr. Villareal did not forget this is a jewelry company, one whose products are exceptional pieces of jewelry. The bottle too has the resemblance of a fine stone that sparkles and glows from within.

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Such a beautiful piece of woodwork.

Elephant by Charles and Ray Eames. 1945. Edition of celebration by VITRA of hundred’s birthday of Charles Eames in 2007. Bended maple plywood. Provided by Wonderwood.

The Seal Lounge Chair. 1960. Denmark. Ib Kofod-Larsen. Solid rosewood frame and upholstered seat. Provided by Regan and Smith Antiques.

Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

Antique Swedish Side Table. Circa 1900. Constructed of pine and iron.

Antique Swedish Side Table. Circa 1900. Constructed of pine and iron.

1940.

Industrial Lunch Table. From a factory in Chicago, this cool relique from the past is constructed of cast iron, steel and wood. The table has 6 seats that can swing in under the table or swing out for seating. Cast iron supports/brackets and porcelain enameled steel seats. American.

1940.

Industrial Lunch Table. From a factory in Chicago, this cool relique from the past is constructed of cast iron, steel and wood. The table has 6 seats that can swing in under the table or swing out for seating. Cast iron supports/brackets and porcelain enameled steel seats. American.

1960’s.

Jens Quistgaard Rosewood and Chrome Chair for Richard Nissen. Chair has solid rosewood spokes fit into chrome stretchers that support a suede sling. The chair is held together by tension and has no screws or bolts. Denmark.

1850-1890.

French Louis Philippe Gold mirror. France.

1950’s-60’s.
Vintage and Mini Vintage Lamps. Mixed glass with new black shades. These are so beautiful, the pattern on the glass is so attractive and I love how the larger lamp is tiered with different bulges, textures and colors.

1950’s-60’s.

Vintage and Mini Vintage Lamps. Mixed glass with new black shades. These are so beautiful, the pattern on the glass is so attractive and I love how the larger lamp is tiered with different bulges, textures and colors.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

1820.

Crystal inkwell with brass cap. England.

Reclaimed furniture from Pineapples, Palms Etc., Jupiter, FL. Formed by Shelly Bascetta and Lisa Peterson in October of 2001. Pineapples, Palms, Etc. blends a special mix of vintage pieces with modern coastal furniture and unique accessories. The worn antiqued look brings so much character and “lived in” feel that its hard to bypass pieces like these.

Vintage Juicer turned Lamp? Yes! Love the repurposing of materials.

1970.

Lounge Chair by Gaston Rinaldi. Italy. Great detail of side profile, adds a little industrialism to a mid century inspired piece. Materials: Patinated metal, aluminum, faux leather.

1970.

Lounge Chair by Gaston Rinaldi. Italy. Great detail of side profile, adds a little industrialism to a mid century inspired piece. Materials: Patinated metal, aluminum, faux leather.

1950’s.
Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.

1950’s.

Bar Stool designed by Arthur Umanoff made in U.S.A. Wrought iron frames, wood slat seats and rush backing.