As far as furniture design goes, Amsterdam-based industrial designer Sebastian Brajkovic certainly has an interesting backstory.
As a child, his interest in the rotation and skewing of objects—ranging from spinning tape decks to car wheels—was so intense, that his parents believed that he may have been autistic. While he is not, his interest in perspective and distortion of traditional forms has certainly carried with him into adulthood.
For his Lathe series of tables and chairs—which have already been identified as modern classics and reside in the permanent collections of both the Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and the Museum of Arts and Design (New York)—Brajkovic took his fascination with skewed objects one step further and created one of the most interesting series of pieces we’ve seen in recent memory:
See the full collection over at Sebastian Brajkovic.