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"Revamping Rieitveld "- Resource Furniture Project (418 hits)

This was my inspiration... Form + Function + Design = Beautiful!

After stumbling across the Cabrio folding bed online, from Resource Furniture (Resource Furniture: Italian-Designed Space Saving Furniture) I instantly feel head over heels for the complete design of this furniture line and wanted to create an office space based around the sleek, simple, current design trend of pairing neon with black. I was reminded of the 'Reitveld' chair and decided to take design cues from that period. Furniture is functional, while still keeping visual interest at a peak. Take a look at the full project by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/Lu6OAT

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