Furniture for the high flyers - Spear's Magazine

Furniture for the high flyers

Author: Romy van den Broeke

Based in Bath, Fallen Furniture is a design workshop run by two brothers. They reuse and restore disused aircraft parts from both civilian and military planes and transform them into striking pieces of furniture and artworks.

One such piece is a Boeing 747 wheel that has been keenly polished and topped with a thin cylinder sheet of glass to make a coffee table. There are also free-standing lights made from old exhausts, and one crafted from the leading edge slat (the flap on the wing) of an Airbus A320 that has been polished and attached to an iron and brass stand.

Alongside the aforementioned pieces is a ‘Bespoke’ section. This is where customers can get things made to order; from a Cowling bar made from an engine to the outside section of plane windows cut to measure for use as either a wall hanging or a room divider.

For more information on prices or products take a look at the Fallen Furniture website, www.fallenfurniture.com

Photography: Ferla Paolo Photography

A320 Leading Edge Floor-standing Lamp

A320 Leading Edge Floor-standing Lamp

 

A320 Leading Edge Floor-standing Lamp

747 Table

747 Table

Exhaust Lamp

Fuselage Clocks



 

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