From Scrap To Stylish Stump: Recycled Timber Furniture By Ubico Studio

Photos: Ubico Studio

We admit it: we can't get enough of stump-themed furniture. And now, from Tel Aviv-based Ubico Studio comes this tongue-in-cheek creation, made from salvaged wood scraps, glued together and skillfully shaped to give the appearance of wholesome stumpiness.

Inspired by the Christian wake ceremony and recently seen over at Designboom, this seating collection is simply titled "Wake." The eco-minded Ubico Studio, which centers around "urban gathering and reclaiming," salvages its raw materials from dumpsters, renovation sites and the streets, and gives some details about how these stump-mimicking works were made:

The furniture [is] made of relatively small pieces of scrap timber cut to extremely accurate sizes and then glued together in a matrix to a block. The blocks are then carved into tree stump-like shapes.

Granted, these adorable pieces are more like postmodernist versions of real tree stumps. But they've got the right idea about recycling wood scraps that would otherwise be discarded, and transforming them into down-to-earth yet sleek furniture that could grace any tastefully decorated living space.

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Tags: Designers | Furniture | Israel | Recycled Building Materials | Tel Aviv

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