Pelt Chair by Benjamin Hubert
by Harry / October 4, 2012
A T-shirt shaped seat back of 8mm plywood wraps around a solid ash frame in Benjamin Hubert's Pelt Chair for De La Espada.

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Says Hubert, "akin the skin over an animal's skeleton. It extends down the front and rear legs with a fluid tab that seamlessly integrates with the solid frame beneath."


The frame of this dining chair is reduced to a simple cross construction linking the front and rear legs. The geometry was made possible by CNCing a complex twist to maintain the integration of the start and end points. The chair is also stackable.



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