VIIC Chair by Petar Zaharinov
by Harry / December 5, 2011
From PRAKTRIK , a puzzle chair for two. Composed of seven interlocked plywood pieces that are equal on both sides, once assembled they stay together without need of fixtures.

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VIIC is part of a collection named Coordinate, says Zaharinov "because, in order to be assembled all parts must be moved coordinated in a special order. Once assembled, the whole structure is very stable and can not be destroyed by moving just one or part of its elements."


"The chair back of this 'charleston' like furniture is elastic, providing space for movement and also interaction between the two seaters."


"It is made of beech plywood. This material is typical for the region and produced locally. The production process is very simple involving just a regular 2D CNC router. The finish is plant oil; for, it is harmless and natural."


"Dissasembled, VIIC occupies little space and can be easily moved from one place to another. Its name is a formal representation of the structure - VII is actually the roman digit seven - the total number of elements and C comes from chair."


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