Eyrie Chair by Floris Wubben
by Harry / November 1, 2011


Fascinated by natural structures, designer Floris Wubben has created an inventive piece of natural architecture - to sit on.




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The Eyrie Chair is an ode to natural constructions like the birds nest. Says Wubben, "During my search for branches I was specifically interested in the forms. The specific forms of these wooden branches inspired as well in making this design."


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Steam bent Ash was used for making the nest, the connections between the slats are made using an Ash 'pin' and wood glue all of which sits on a frame formed by wooden branches.


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