Rick Owens has made his mark in London this week as he shows off his first venture in to furniture design. The edgy Paris based designer has been inspired by Le Corbusier for the pieces which are currently on show at the Sebastian + Barquet’s gallery. Owens told WWD, "I look at architecture for inspiration. If I’m wondering where to go with a collection, all I need to do is open a Le Corbusier book, and the consistency, the integrity of his work tells me what my next step should be." The pieces sell through galleries rather than stores and include chairs, sofas, tables and lamps. They're crafted from a range of materials from Antlers to marble and fisher fur, and purchasing one of Owens designs could cost you from £1,800 to £22,000. What do you think of his latest venture?