One of the great things about attending the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), aside from the unbelievable eye-candy for designers, architects and artisans, is the discovery of the unexpected. Turn any corner and you witness human creativity being pushed to its limits. For us in the building and construction industry, big trucks and heavy equipment is a means to an end. But who would ever think to transform a utilitarian, dirt-moving object into a functional work of art? Well, Mark Goetz and Efe Buluc certainly did with their commanding Bulldozer Lounge Chair.
According to the designers the Bulldozer Lounge presents “a new visual language characterized by bold industrially produced elements connected in innovative ways. The Bulldozer Lounge is the first piece of a philosophy that magnifies human imagination and creativity rather than deriving inspiration from nature.”