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Funky Find Of The Week: Christian Astuguevieille's Mini Soft Sculpture Chairs




French born artist and designer Christian Astuguevieille, owner of Paris' Populus Alba (which designs luxury goods and jewelry) is also a Creative Director for Comme des Garcons parfums and a designer for Holly Hunt. In addition, he makes unusual items for Couturelab, two of which I have chosen as my Funky Finds Of The Week.

Limited edition miniature soft sculpture chairs by Christian Astuguevieille for CoutureLab. These two playful miniature chairs are meant for budding collectors. Handcrafted from chestnut wood, the chairs are covered in bean-bag toys, painted for a tactile effect.

Created exclusively for CoutureLab, these decorative chairs are part of a limited series of four. Please note: these chairs should only be used for decorative purposes and is not suitable for children.

Manta Ray Mini Chair




above: Manta Ray Mini Chair by Christian Astuguevieille for CoutureLab
Limited edition miniature wooden chair covered in soft toys
Pricing: £605 €647 (approx) $847 (approx)
Size: Small 45 x 38 x 53 cm

The Crab & Lobster Mini Chair




above: Crabes-Langoustes Mini Chair by Christian Astuguevieille for CoutureLab
Limited edition miniature wooden chair covered in soft toys
Pricing: £643 €688 (approx) $900 (approx) Product: CL2095
Size: Medium 45 x 38 x 53 cm

The Christian Astuguevieille exclusive collection at CoutureLab includes a unique jewelry selection as well as a series of mirrors and miniature sculptures. See them all here.
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