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(Source: jamesrobertsonirvine, via thedesignreport)


Muse Chair / Alexandros Stasinopoulos

The task was to design a hybrid chair made of bent steel and plastic (polypropylene re-enforced with glass-fibers) that would fit in commercial and residential, indoor and outdoor spaces.  Muse, is a basic system of a plastic light main body that flexes in order to allow comfort seating, while the plastic legs (connected with metallic joints to the seat) suggest a more bold-heavy design that serves aesthetic purposes - by creating a more robust image - as well as functional ones, as the legs can be twisted and in uneven floors or other surfaces to regulate the height of the legs to stabilize the chair.

(via takeovertime)