Charming Overgrown Household Objects by Camile Kachani

Born in Beirute, Líbano in 1963, now living in Sao Paulo, Camille Kachani brings you household items that scream free wild nature while talking about regular household items. In a humorous way, the Lebanese-Brazilian artist creates wooden sculptures that have tree-like extensions, like if the original material was fighting back to overclaim the reprocessed product. Chairs that can’t be used for sitting, shelves with no space due to sprouting branches. But also a lot of different objects that can actually still be used for what they are. Most of his art-items are labeled unusable, but if you ask us, we would use all of them all the time because they look amazing, bursting with so much character. Fake leaves on top of the curly branches add some nice greenery making the atmosphere much more pleasant and calming. For more information please visit the artist’s official website and

Wood and artificial plants, as if nature is fighting back to its origin

Year 2014; Dimensions: 140 x 65 x 65 cm [55 x 25 x 25 in]

Camille Kachani adds fake leaves on top to complete the overgrown perception

Everything is built using just wood and plastic

His art-items are labeled as unusable, even though, some could work just fine

2017; 60 x 60 x 30 cm

2014; Variable dimensions

2012; 38 x 34 x 25 cm

Back to its roots

2014; 56 x 58 x 28 cm

via [thisiscolossal]