Last week, we looked at some strange office furniture. But at least most of it looked like something you would want to use. This next collection is a little creepy. Mati Karmin from Estonia has taken “upcycling” to a whole new level with steel naval mines from an old Soviet fortress. This modern sculptor used ancient ordnance to serve as the skeleton for office furniture that is anything but ordinary. The decommissioned radio on the writing desk probably doesn’t actually work as an intercom, but it would be funny if it did. We’re sure the steampunk fans in the audience will get all kinds of cool ideas from this odd collection. The rust and bolts give it that old-time feel – and the curving shells have a certain cold elegance.
Does this office furniture make you feel uncomfortable, or do you think it’s the bomb? Let us know in the comments.