With legs that echo the seat and back rest, Ehud Eldan‘s Bob chair expresses symmetry both visually and structurally.
Details: The chair is made of laminated wood with four identical molded plywood pieces, each piece cut to a different form and covered with an Oak veneer sheet and then assembled.
A second model is a more industrial version with a seat and back rest made from the same mold. It has four metal legs which are attached to the sides creating a floating sensation.
“Symmetry is a sense of proportion and balance. It is often used in architecture – As a theme in mosques and cathedrals, it’s not as common in furniture design.” says Eldan.
Bob was Eldan’s final project as a student in industrial design at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
Source: Via MOCO Submit.