Locust Wood Chair
A unique accent chair using the natural shapes and contours of the locust wood log.
The locust wood log provided inspiration for a unique chair using a vertical locust slab as both leg and backrest. We added to the composition—we constructed a curved seat with tapered legs. The result is a chair that will work for both formal and contemporary settings.
- Designer: Nersi Nasseri
- Material: Live Edge Locust
- One-of-a-kind Design considering the unique characteristics of live-edge Locust wood
- Ships Internationally
Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known as the Black Locust, is a tree of the genus Robinia in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea family Fabaceae. It is native to the southeastern United States, but has been widely planted and naturalized elsewhere in temperate North America, Europe, Southern Africa and Asia and is considered an invasive species in some areas.
With a trunk up to 0.8 m diameter (exceptionally up to 52 m tall and 1.6 m diameter in very old trees), with thick, deeply furrowed blackish bark. The leaves are 10–25 cm long, pinnate with 9–19 oval leaflets, 2–5 cm long and 1.5–3 cm broad. Each leaf usually has a pair of short spines at the base, 1–2 mm long or absent on adult crown shoots, up to 2 cm long on vigorous young plants. The intensely fragrant (reminiscent of orange blossoms) flowers are white, borne in pendulous racemes 8–20 cm long, and are edible. The fruit is a legume 5–10 cm long, containing 4–10 seeds.
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