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Image by Erik Eastman


Embracing the Charm of Asymmetry

The concept behind this chair is to evoke a captivating sense of asymmetry that is visually appealing. Its design aims to convey a feeling of weightlessness, allowing the air to gracefully flow through the chair's various components.


The chair's structure is crafted using stainless steel pipes of varying diameters, ingeniously interconnecting to form a continuous line and shape.


As for the seat, it is composed of painted plastic and consists of two distinct parts seamlessly attached to the pipes. This arrangement creates a seat with an intriguing open space within, only visible from the chair's rear perspective.


The chair was made as part of a furniture course in the third year of Industrial design degree at HIT Holon.

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