Relicta Design House recycles airplane parts into chic furniture

The interior design niche has always managed to surprise us. With stupendous looking showerheads to majestic fireplaces, the creative buffs here never seem to sleep. Here is something that will greatly appeal to those who are worshippers of aeronautics as a branch of science. A design house by the name Relicta Design has long specialized in creating decorative and modern furniture using pieces of old airplanes. Each of its products are made out of actual aircraft carcasses coming from different boneyards across the globe.

Their motto is roll out unique homemade pieces of furniture that serve the dual purpose of recycling and putting state-of-the-art products on the market shelf. The company was created in 2010 by Rosario Gallina and Tiziano Rutilo and such kind of aeronautical furniture has been their forte. Their collection includes one-of-a-kind stuff like desks from wing, flap, stabilisator, a coffee table from wing, flap, engine, seats from nose cowl B737, reception desks from nose cowl B-747 and art-deco from fuselage. The company has earlier witnessed success in Belgian markets and now has plans to step into markets in the Middle East, Asia and Russia.

Their lineup of creations includes pieces like wing, flap, stabilisator, a coffee table from wing, flap, engine, seats from nose cowl B737, reception desks from nose cowl B-747 and art-deco from fuselage. If you are looking out for more out-of-the-box furniture designs, do check out the jewelry inspired furniture called Kokets Guilty Pleasure, Glowing Patio furniture designed by Vondom and exotic English furniture that we earlier spoke of.

Via: DesignMena

Written By
More from Sarah

Edition Hotels Announe Their Second Property in London

Conceived by an Schrager in a partnership with Marriott International, Edition hotels...
Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *