Bark Chair by CreativeAffairs
by Ted Savage / August 31, 2011
Via @architonic, a prototype set of chairs, inspired by "observation of a tree's section, as a way of expressing the unique relationship between the outside and the inside. What you can immediately see and what truly lays within."


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"This argument led to making a clear division between the elements that form a chair, in two groups: skeleton and exoskeleton. The former comprises the inner frame, which is the one that envelops the function of use. The latter include the most visible parts, which represents the symbolic function of the object that interacts immediately with the user." Intended for home and commercial use. More at CreativeAffairs.

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