Furniture from Michel Haillard featured in this post causes mixed feelings. On the one hand, it is striking in its concept, quality of performance, its luxury eventually. On the other hand there is an idea that this furniture is from hell. To produce all this infernal furniture were used the most drastic materials starting from crocodile and ostrich skin and ending with horns and tusks of wild animals. Also it was created not without natural fur, which are covered inside cabinets and drawers. The frame and trim are made from wood, bronze and silver. By the way studio working with the material of the customer. You bring the skin of dead animals, and in return get the furniture made from it. It is part of the interior and the subject of hunting pride at the same time. Naturally, every piece is unique and the price for it is transcendental.
Moris & Boris
Extraordinary – each one is a visual and technical masterwork. They are beautiful, challenging and compelling. I would have one in pride of place in my home.
These are so surreal
you are truly a horrible person …. go to the mental ward of your nearest psychiatric hospital. please for the sake of people who have consciences.
I just find this really upsetting.
very nice work!!!!
but not my style!(i dont mean to offend any one!)
I’m pretty sure I don’t like these at all. They fill my mind with images of demons and the needless deaths of animals. I’d certainly never sit in any of these, much less buy one.
I think I actually love myself more for having looked at these… what a visual treat–astounding work!!!
I’m impressed by all of these. Wish I could afford em! Thanks for sharing.