Now that Charlie Sheen is on twitter and we’ve forgotten about Kanye West’s desire to “step up his credenza game,” we can resume discussing furniture without saying things like #swag. (Side thought: Does Lil’ B own furniture?).

We like Californian designer Jory Brinham‘s prototype “The Torino” for two reasons – 1. he’s used primarily scrap plywood and bits from past projects (we are into sustainability round here) and 2. the lacquered fluting is a nice contemporary take on traditional woodworking. Balance of wood and bright hits of orange don’t hurt (our eyes) either.

More looks after the jump.

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