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Designer Turns Abandoned WWII Military Gear Into Furniture

Designer Turns Abandoned WWII Military Gear Into Furniture
Design

Stephen Kenn found a warehouse in L.A. filled with surplus gear and turned the fabric into unique sofas and chairs.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 august 2012

Designer Stephen Kenn found a warehouse in L.A. filled with WWII military gear and repurposed the old materials to create a ‘new’ fabric for a unique set of furniture called the Inheritance Collection. The seats and sofas also feature steel welded frames with a marbled brown finish, custom webbing belts, and smooth leather straps, which were all worked on locally. The finished designs are described as “simple, comfortable, and conducive to conversation.”

You can click through to see some of the furniture in the collection and watch a video of the creation process below:

Stephen Kenn

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