Thursday, 30 June 2011

Anne-Mette's Concrete Chair

I have been fascinated by what you can make of unexpected materials, such as concrete, to produce furniture. Furniture designers tried so many things in the past that there is virtually no meaterials that haven't bee turned to chair or a table. But the most exciting examples of creativity to me is when you take an extremetly rough and heavy material, one that canot be associated with softness and comfort, and then turn it into a comfy sofa or armchair. Or at least on that misleads you by looking like a comfortable one. This concrete chair even has the fabrif texture to immitate a regular, soft and upholstered chair.
The whole story behind the concept and the production of the chair can be found on Anne-Mette's blog Concretely

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