This series of chairs are called Di Corte, and they are designed by Andrea Magnani, Giovanni Delvecchio and Elisabetta Amatori from Resign. The name Resign actually comes from Re Sign or the Re-use of sings, a creative re-combination of signs embedded in wasted objects and re-use of materials. And as you can see, these chairs look like they are going back to their roots (literally). Each piece is unique, but the main idea of the design always stays the same.
I think this design is very cleaver, and the obvious thing that makes these chairs special are that a part of them are covered in bark. Resign design studio focuses on the re-use of different materials, and I like that these chairs symbolize that the material used for these chairs once was a beautiful, large tree. This chair collection really brings you back to nature, and it gives you a piece of the natural look of the wood used for your furniture.
If you like these chairs or want to read more about the designers and their projects, you have to visit www.resign.it.