“Cut Chair” is unique concept design by Peter Bristol. “A plate concealed by a thick carpet allows a robust cantilevered seat. Three well placed leg ‘stumps’ and the chair looks as though it has just been magically sliced apart,” notes by Bristol.
This floating bookshelf is perfect for an ultra-minimal look. The Conceal bookshelf from Umbra mounts to the wall and becomes invisible behind a stack of books, giving the books the appearance of floating in mid-air.
OR - Toga la chaise dans le vent par Reut Rosenberg
HEXA PROJECT. The hexagonal geometric application develops this object in a context where the challenge is proportioned to the most accurate looking. The strength is explored with considerable measures with the same dynamic as a normal chair. The hexagon and all geometric mysticism was the concept used for development of this almost illusive design object.