We’re keeping an eye on Uluru Designs, they’ve only been around about a decade or so, but these guys from Brooklyn have a wonderful eye / aesthetic that is familiar, while at the same time, easy going and fun. We found them at one of our usual fun places, at Luxe Design for their interiors.
“For their acclaimed Coney Island line, co-founders Bill Hilgendorf and Jason Horvath use 70-year-old reclaimed boardwalk panels to create their designs. “Coney Island has such a rich history, so we felt like we just had to do something with it,” says Horvath. It doesn’t take long to recognize that the iconic Cyclone roller coaster—with its undulating curves and interweaving geometric stilts—is the inspiration behind Uhuru’s Cyclone lounger. A budding icon in its own right, the piece is now part of the permanent collection in the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.”
Want to go over to Luxe.Source to read a little more, The Furniture Designers: Uhuru Designs.