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The Rising Chair Blossoms from Grid-Like Wooden Strands

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Artists, Design & Trends, Furniture, Interior Design, Interior Design, Variety

A line is about as simple a thing that one can recognise. When a designer puts them together creatively, however, something quite spectacular can result.

Created by Dutch designer Robert van Embricqs, The Rising Chair was borne from one fundamental question: “To what degree is the object you’re creating capable of dictating its own design?”

With straightforward beam-like wood strands, The Rising Chair is formed by a grid-like pattern that “blossoms” into what seems like a complex flower petal. The material and the designer in harmony to create its organic and modern aesthetic.  It certainly brings a whole new meaning to “flat-pack” furniture.  Eat your heart out, IKEA!


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Modern Furniture May 11, 2011 at 3:54 pm

The architect designed a
tropical Asian house that features all the

of the upholstery of the chairs and sofa, the carpets, and wooden

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