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Oato’s Quirky Stuck Chair Reinterprets the Archetypal Chair
Posted By Stefan Tervoort and Pim Snijdoodt On October 19, 2012 @ 5:00 pm In Design,Green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
Oato ‘s crafty Stuck Chair  takes the shape of a deconstructed archetypal chair  that’s been rearranged anew, using tension as a bond to ensure its pieces remain “stuck” together. The seating and the legs are crafted from wood  that makes them squirm tight, and the backrest is made out of steel so the chair won’t lose its shape when outside force is applied. Oato ‘s chair is a research project exploring new possibilities in both construction and material .
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 Oato: http://oato.nl/
 Stuck Chair: http://oato.nl/2012_Stuck_chair.html
 chair: http://inhabitat.com/folditures-ultra-thin-leaf-chair-folds-flat-when-not-in-use/
 wood: http://inhabitat.com/mdc-interiors-steel-and-wood-glow-table-provides-dramatic-recessed-led-lighting/
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