Stretched Chair

Designer Jay Watson uses a technology normally used in metal manufactures with an innovative tweak.
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Jay Watson

A two-dimensional sheet of Corian is cut out and then thermoformed into the shape of a chair shell, the deformation process results in a three-dimensional structure with the characteristic stretched holes. 
Watson's chair enjoys the appeal of intelligence, the constructive logic of obtaining the most out of the minimum material.
Jay Watson
  Jay Watson
  Jay Watson

Designer: Jay Watson
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Year: 2009
Materials: thermoformed Corian

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