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Wire lattices form the backs of this pair of chairs by Rotterdam-based Studio WM for Danish brand Menuwith one positioned the opposite way around to the other. Design Academy Eindhoven graduates Wendy Legro and Maarten Collignon of Studio WM each designed one of the two wire chairs before realising they'd sketched the same back design but positioned it a different way up. The two WM String chairs are both made from a powder-coated steel tubing frame, with a wire seat and an oversized wire back.
Name : Monchair - Monochord Singing Chair. Simple Description : The singing chair with monochord backside enables a special full body full body experience of sound, vibration and sound massage. Easy to play and anyone can use it intuitively without any prior musical experience.
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Chair caning, rush seat weaving and splint woven seats are all terms for specific designs and techniques used in the process of weaving the seat of a chair. Seats are woven with a variety of pliable materials such as strand cane, cane webbing, rattan reed, paper fibre rush, natural rush, ash, oak or hickory bark splint, Danish Modern cord, and Oriental seagrass to name a few. These materials are then woven on wooden frame seats and backs of chairs, rockers and settees.
Studio Il Hoon Roh designed the Luno chair as part of the Rami collection; a series of carbon fibre furniture that takes its name from the latin word for "tree branches". The collection is derived from the designer's research into the skeleton structure of birds and other animals, and each piece is designed to be both light and robust. Luno, taking its name from the Latin word for "curve", was created by suspending lengths of carbon fibre string from a metal platform and then intertwining and stretching them to create a criss-crossing design.