Mobile Chaise Lounge Offers Cure for Lawnlessness

November 11, 2009 by

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No further need to suffer lawnlessness. Deger Cengiz’s Chaise Lawn comes with grass seed, but you can use your imagination and plant something else…have a field day and plant a field of daisies. It’s a multi-purpose piece–a combination of art, furniture, utility, and transport device.

Trained as an architect, Deger Cengiz has worked professionally in architecture, archeology and the industrial design fields for the past twenty years. While he creates functional, versatile and affordable pieces, he continues to explore the boundaries between conceptual art and experimental design. His work has been published in several international architecture books and included in the permanent collection of the Red Dot Design Museum.

Available in Europe at outdoorzgallery.com and in the US at Voos Furniture

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