Deconstructionism dates back to the 80’s in architecture. It used mean to shock in exposing the raw materials and structure that something is made of, and at the same time prove that something that looks unfinished can be functional. In interior design, deconstructed furniture has been making appearance for the past few years.
Here it means to show the beauty of the frame and elements of furniture. The spectrum of this style ranges from totally crazy to subtle details. These 10 examples have a little from every end of this range.
Exposing some of the frame of a chair makes a very strong rustic accent. This type of deconstruction is not shocking, rather just making a shabby chic statement.