The various facets of the chair catch and reflect the changing daylight like a crystal. A variation of the cape chair, this chair is supported by a wide back and slender front foot.
The chair consists of four components of 8mm thick plywood fastened together in two places, painted glossy white. The same 150 angle mold is used for forming all four wood pieces, increasing efficiency of mass production.
40” x 24” x 17”
102cm x 61cm x 43cm
Indoor/Outdoor table made of surfaces bent at 120 degree angles. The angles of the hexagonal table are also 120 degrees in plan.Table contains 3 removable serving trays. Comes in 2 sizes - smaller cocktail table and larger dining table
5’ x 4.3’ x 2’
152cm x 132cm x 60cm
The fanned back of this chair is counterbalanced by a single slim foot. The main feature of this chair is a double-curved cape-like back.
The use of 3D software not only helped to visualize the project development, but facilitated the fabrication of construction elements in a technologically advanced manner. We developed the geometry and engineering of the bent metal through a 3-D computer model to guarantee exact measurements and facilitate the 2-D shop drawings.
The chair's initial prototype was made by local craftsmen in Norway, its final model will be assembled in Brooklyn for the oudoor version, and London for the indoor version.
2’1” x 1’9” x 3’4”
63.7cm x 52.3cm x 101.5cm