He Transforms Scrap Aircraft Parts Into Furniture You’d LOVE To Own.
Airplane crafts are engineering masterpieces meant to soar through the skies. When a jumbo jet Boeing 747 or a BAe 146 are retired to firm soil, they can still serve a new purpose. Fallen Furniture uses aircraft parts and turns them into aerodynamic furniture and art pieces.
The British company uses the Art Deco era as an inspiration for their designs. Each military and civilian aircraft pieces is an elegant and luxurious furniture, making every other regular chairs and mirrors look bland. Brothers Ben and Harry Tucker both left their careers in property investment and modelling to start their aero business. The Tuckers only use parts from British aircrafts.
Ben and Harry opened Fallen Furniture in 2013.
The industrial pieces are elegant and futuristic.
This drink cabinet took six months to make.
The piece was repurposed from a RAF cluster bomb, retailed for approximately $73,000.
"Aircraft are made of the ultimate materials to an exacting standard, and its a pleasure to give these beautiful items a second life." says Ben Tucker.
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