Mind the Gap

Italian contract furniture manufacturer Fornasarig has a 130 years experience in mastering wood.
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Gap Chair

The Gap chair designed by Werner Aisslinger features an unexpected shape for a wooden chair; meant to marry the plasticity of a shell chair and the stiffness of a traditional cross structured wooden chair the result is rather interesting. 
The legs interrupt the shell-like shape of the seat made of oak plywood bent using three-dimensional technology, enhancing the stack ability of the chair and donating it with an unusual, refreshing character.

Gap Chair
 Gap Chair
 Gap Chair

Gap Chair
Company: Fornasarig
Year: 2007
Materials: wood

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this chair looks very cool - would like to have one. Maybe red is a good colour. Well done!

 

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