Like episodes of a television show, the mark of a good series of furniture is how well each piece works both individually and as part of the bigger picture.
These chairs by Keisuke Fujiwara were, in fact, featured on a TV series in Japan called Tsuuki no Koibito and the crescent moon etched into the back of one of them references the show’s title.
Put together and they resemble a natural phenomena – specifically a mountain range – but they also simply form an interesting visual. Even more neatly, they play well together when put in other configurations or even when separated from each other altogether.
Unfortunately, they were made specifically and exclusively for the show, but perhaps if there is as much interest in the furniture as in the actors the producers might be convinced to sell them in real life, too.