New York Water Tower Repurposed Into Wooden Lounge Chair [Pics]

New York Water Tower Repurposed Into Wooden Lounge Chair [Pics]

Reclaimed timbers from a NYC landmark were used to make this undulating piece of furniture.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 may 2012

This undulating wooden lounge chair was created by the collaborative wood shop Bellboy, based in Brooklyn, New York. Reclaimed California Redwood timbers from a New York City water tower were repurposed to make this low-lying, handmade piece of furniture, which is aptly named the “Water Tower” chair. Click through to see pictures of the lounge chair:

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