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IDEA 2014 Shortlist: CrayPot

August 27, 2014

Australian Design Review continues the IDEA 2014 Shortlist series with a range of playful yet robust outdoor furniture by Yellow Diva. Photography by David Walley.

The Australian Design Review previews CrayPot by Yellow Diva as part of our IDEA 2014 Shortlist series.

This project is just one of 120 current Australian designs featured in the highly anticipated book Life Spaces: Live Work Connect120 Award Winning Interiors from IDEA 2014.

To view this project in full, with a 400-page limited edition hardback book of this year’s IDEA winners, order your copy of Life Spaces: Live Work Connect.

Design Practice: Yellow Diva
Photographer: David Walley

Taking inspiration from lobster fishing pots coupled with traditional weaving techniques, CrayPot comprises a range of sculptural ottomans and lounge chairs. Versatile, practical and low maintenance, the steel craypot skeleton is shrouded with a tactile interwoven rope skin, presenting both a unique aesthetic and a refreshing new vision for upholstered public outdoor seating.

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