Fasten Seat Belt Sign Not Included: New Furniture Designed Using Retired Aircraft Parts By Plane Industries – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Fasten Seat Belt Sign Not Included: New Furniture Designed Using Retired Aircraft Parts By Plane Industries

Founded by brothers Harry and Ben Tucker, Plane Industries (previously) create beautiful and unique furniture and accessories using reclaimed aircraft parts. Based in the UK, the brothers initially started their venture in 2012 as Fallen Furniture, with a few tools and some scrap parts from an Aircraft breakers they set about making furniture. Initially there was no real plan just an idea and inspiration to create beautiful interesting pieces of furniture and to see if it was possible to make a living.

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