Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura has added a fifth piece to his Hechima collection.
Hechima 5 is a stool made from paper (vulcanized fibre), which allows it to be light and airy, yet surprisingly strong.
From Ryuji Nakamura:
It is made of sheets of firm industrial paper that have been stuck together in many wavy layers to make the holes look like a net. The strength and flexibility have been adjusted to fit the size of the holes. It is easy to make and widely used even as a table or a bed. The design is mechanical and simple, and depending on the angle, it portrays an organic and complicated shape with a strong impact.
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