With an extremely creative team of designers, MotoArt company from Los Angeles surprises us with unique furniture inspired from the aviation area, dedicated to both residential and corporate spaces. Completely special and eccentric, these greatly inspired and attractive pieces of furniture can be custom designed to fit so harmoniously, both stylistically and as size in the dedicated space. Using various parts of the “retired ” planes such as rudders, nacelles and fuselages MotoArt offers through its works a “glimpse” of the aviation history. Durable designed, the supplies are projected to have a long life. The team led by Donovan Fell III creates a wide range of furniture and decorative objects, including chairs, desks, beds, sofas, art objects, all from dismantled aircraft parts. We present to you below a collection of excellent supplies made by MotoArt:
Wingman Reception Desk
Built from three stabilizers from the DC-9 airplane, hardwood and glass, Wingman Reception Desk has a modern look combined with a vintage design. The work surface is made of bamboo wood and the facade of the desk is made of aluminum framed with bamboo. The colors can be customized. This also applies to outputs for video cables, computer or phone.
Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet Conference Table
It is a piece made from a General Electric engine nacelle for Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet and is considered the flagship of the airplane furniture. The table has a capacity of max. 12 people.
747 Cowling Reception Desk Bar
The cowling desk is made from a recovered piece from a 747 Jumbo Jet. It is equipped with an individual office with a diameter of 105 cm, it has a facade of hardwood and a work surface of black glass.
DC-9 Wing Desk
This customized desk is a reflection of a truly dynamic style that perfectly combines modern with the traditional workspace. It is a robust desk , reliable and well done, which requires many hours of polishing and buffing until a flawless finish is obtained.
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