Lounge Chair And Ottoman Made From Birchbark by Sibirjak
Using a decades old Siberian handcraft, Russian designer Anastasiya Koshcheeva created a modern lounge chair made from birchbark. Birchbark is a natural material that’s flexible, durable, and strong, while also being water-repellent and antibacterial. Koshcheeva decided to reinterpret the tradition into a modern technique by using it for the material of the Sibirjak chair and ottoman. Koshcheeva combined the birchbark with a bold orange string that not only holds the material together, it gives it the modern touch it needs. The metal legs not only make the chair and ottoman stable but also give them a cool modern look. So simple, so modern and so cool!
This is the sort of furniture that only art collectors and interior decorators were afforded the luxury, but now anybody can have it, and now anybody can create a more modern and interesting environment with this new lounge chair and ottoman made from birchbark by Sibirjak. This piece has the potential to level up any room it is placed in, as well as ‘ooing and awing’ those who come to visit that particular residence.
The orange strings serve to distinguish the piece, seperating it from the regular furniture and placing it within a category of its own, becoming a center piece to the room in which it is located. Don’t be fooled, this simple piece is worthy of any abode, creating an atmosphere that is reminiscent of a modern home, without the cost of upgrading or sacrificing your budget.
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Original Post from DigsDigs.