Brooklyn-based Evan Z. Crane just recently launched a few new pieces of heirloom-quality furniture that’s complete with playful details, like fur, that will make you take notice. Working with CNC technology, as well as good, old-fashioned furniture making techniques, Crane’s work stands out with hints of unexpected elements on each piece.
Partially covered in Icelandic sheep hide on the two doors and drawer pulls, the Creature Credenza is made with walnut and oxidized maple for a completely unique look.
The Fuzzy Captain’s Chair is crafted out of reclaimed oak and lacquered steel, with Icelandic sheep hide covering the back and a custom upholstered fabric seat cushion by De Islas.
The Ball Nose Coffee Table features three, oversized lacquered steel legs topped off with polished, gold-plated steel feet with an oxidized maple top.
You can see some of these pieces at BKLYN Designs this weekend.