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Striking Sinuous Wood Furniture + Lighting from Sabu Studio

07.12.21 | By
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We’re enamored with the thought and detail Melbourne-based Sabu Studio puts into their dynamic furniture and lighting. No facet appears unexplored, as each wooden piece is pared down to its essence through striking angles and sinuous curves. Every bit of craftsmanship is on display, leaving nothing to hide.

wood bench

Arc Bench

Arc Bench’s goal is to incite interaction through tactile and social engagement using its shifting forms. The dialogue created encourages physical interaction as the bench adapts and changes to fit different social situations and environments.

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Arc Bench

detail of wood bench

Arc Bench

wood floor lamp

Onu Floor Light

Reminiscent of catching a glimpse of light between the trees, Onu Floor Light brings a sense of the natural world to a space. Through form and symbolism, the light gently invites intrigue rather than dominating a space.

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Onu Floor Light

wood floor lamp and wood stool

Onu Floor Light

wood floor lamp detail

Onu Floor Light

wood pendant light and two wood stools

Onu Pendant

Clearly related to the Onu Floor Light, Onu Pendant mimics the same minimal, elegant forms found in nature – only elevated. Projecting a warm, downward light, the pendant can find its home in any number of interior applications.

wood pendant light detail

Onu Pendant

wood pendant light detail

Onu Pendant

wood stool

Pinta Stool

Numerous curves and complex joinery techniques define the Pinta Stool. Each element is meant to blend into the next and complement each other, creating a form that’s both harmonious and elegant.

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Pinta Stool

wood stool detail

Pinta Stool

To learn more about Studio Sabu, visit sabustudio.com.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.