August 27, 2012
How beautiful is this? A delicate chair built from the keys of a piano.
Exquisite! From Inhabitat:
Constructed of salvaged piano keys, Designer Andrew Rumpler’s latest project repurposes the ivories to compose – a chair! Named in honor of 1940s stride pianist Arthur Tatum, the lounge marries concept and function to get its name—a play on words derived not only from the “lounge” style chair, but also the Harlem venues Tatum frequented as a pianist. Read more: Tatum’s Lounge: A Chair Upcycled from Old Piano Parts! | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building