Splice Chair by Ifeanyi Oganwu
by Harry / March 19, 2012
From Ifeanyi Oganwu, a chair that "intersects the worlds of handicraft and digital design methodologies, assembling 6 primary aluminium panels that are hand-formed over a CNC-milled 3D template."


The result of two years of research and development involving the intricacies of manipulating multi-curved sheet metal, Splice is an example of what's known as 'engineered craft'.

Says Oganwu, "The design is characterized by a sweeping form that simultaneously embraces the user positioned on its concave elevation, whilst creating a dissection by means of a blade-like vertical horizon line originating at its rear. This vertical blade transitions into distinct horizontal wave forms on each side elevation, creating structural forces that synthesize form, function and surface flow."


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