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Syn-Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

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by Jaime last modified Aug 26, 2011

German designer and recent grad Christian Kayser‘s work focuses on the idea of synergy, using gravity and weight to determine the final shapes. The stool, made of a wooden frame connected by flexible steel batons, changes shape when the user sits on it, creating a symbiotic relationship between the user and the object. Similar to [...]




 

 

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

German designer and recent grad Christian Kayser‘s work focuses on the idea of synergy, using gravity and weight to determine the final shapes.

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

The stool, made of a wooden frame connected by flexible steel batons, changes shape when the user sits on it, creating a symbiotic relationship between the user and the object.

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Similar to the stool, the weight of this table also puts pressure on its legs, which are help together by a wire.

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser

Syn Kraft Furniture by Christian Kayser


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