The continual chair

 

 

 

 

This is the continual chair designed by David Lee.

 

If this does not look like a chair to you, please have a look here

Set in a grid, each of 123 tubes can be pushed down to any height, permitting users to construct their own unique space.


Over time these transformations necessarily flatten the chair completely, at which point it can be flipped over and the process begun anew.

This happens by raising  in this way.  The chair can continually be retransformed, i.e. the chair is evolving….

Still don’t get it? See how artist is rendering chair’s usage and capabilities for transformation.

So, in case you have any paper tubes left, here’s your chance….evolve them into chair!

(source: design boom)

2017-04-19T08:39:48+00:00

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