Air Chair by Samuel Accoceberry

February 10, 2009

Paris based designer Samuel Accoceberry has created the Air Chair.

The technique for this piece relies on the close interlocking of seven curved wooden laths aseembled in decreasing height. The splay of the laths constitutes the back, their joining low down forms the rear base. Material is honed to the strict essential, but the rhythm of the laths creates a visual effect. Stacked Air Chairs save space and provide graphic and colourful animation. Wood, the recyclable material par excellence, is joined using biological glue.

Visit Samuel Accoceberry’s website – here.