lazerian – CNC furniture

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Lazerian is a creative practice that began in 2006, set up by Liam Hopkins, a Manchester born designer-maker. Based in an ex- hat factory in Manchester, the practice is focused on the creation of functional objects through playful investigation of materials and processes, and seeks to imbue objects with a bit of soul. The practice works on a variety of projects, including furniture, interiors, and objects.
The Mensa series is constructed using birch plywood modules, which were derived from the use of computer modeling. Similar to the kind of construction more often seen in lampshades than structural furniture.
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Products like the Anuak Dining Table are available in a range of sizes and finishes custom made for each order.
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Another sweet little product is the Bodhi coat stand, manufactured from the branches of fallen trees, that has to be a sustainable design practice.
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