Furniture maker Greg Klassen builds intricately designed tables and other objects embedded with glass rivers and lakes. Klassen has access to pieces of raw wood, which means that he can make use of its natural forms and beautiful imperfections for his creative furniture. These organic forms lend natural power to the “rivers” and “lakes” on his tables, which are completed with custom-cut panes of glass and look much like features on a topographical map.
This home, belonging to Swedish photographers Kalle Gustafsson and Sara Bille, is the definition of perfect imperfection. The duo transformed an old, century old building, in Stockholm, into the most idyllic city dwelling - it's a superb mix of vintage charm and modern Scandinavian design (the
“Since 1997, the building known locally as “The House of Falling Furniture” located at the corner of 6th st. and Howard st. in San Francisco, has been a sculptural mural.The piece consists of sometimes malshapened tables, chairs, lamps and even a grandfather clock, all hanging precariously out of the building’s windows.