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Stray Puppy Chair by Jagnus Design Studio

stray_jagnus_design_studio.jpg From @ArnoldAustria, Jagnus Design Studio’s take on Eero Aarnio’s Magis Puppy Chair for the Wonder Puppy Exhibit at Dimensione in Manila.


Magis, Dimensione & Secret Fresh invited eight artists to reinterpret Eero Aarnio’s Puppy Chair. Says Arnold Acero Austria, “Like a lost dog, we aptly named our entry STRAY, to express our idea for the exhibition and the ideals of our office. All entries must use the original Magis design as the basis of the final customized model. We took it a little further and instead, used the base object’s geometry and dimensions to accomplish our goal.”


“Being the only architecture studio among other participants composed of painters and graffiti artists, we decided to reinterpret Aarnio’s design through carpentry, an expression more familiar to our discipline. The design is executed by deconstructing the original form into 40 planar pieces and assembling them like a three dimensional puzzle.”


“Gmelina or White Teak is the wood we selected. In the Philippines, Gmelina is commonly used for furniture, cabinetry, mouldings and wood sculptures, particularly for religious statues because it is fairly easy to carve. Its stable supply and abundance makes this material sustainable and inexpensive to use.” More at Jagnus Design Studio.

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