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Would you sit on this wooden-spring chair?
posted January 6 2011 11:31.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Carolien Laro is the designer for this strange looking chair. The thing is, that although it is made completely from wood, it is still soft, as the wood is processed in a way that it acts as a spring itself. This technique is not new, but no one used it this way so far. As the designer says, the spring is made with a CNC machine that runs 480 mill cuts. To tell you the truth, i would not feel "comfortable" on this. Look how the legs open when someone sits!



[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: dezeen]
Tags: artistic   inventions   
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