When we sit on a plywood chair for a moment in summer, the seat gets wet with sweat. This fact inspired the designer to create a perforated chair. Wooden mesh is much cooler than synthetic mesh materials in summer. A sheet of plywood is routered on both sides to make hollows at the intersections. As this technique is applicable to curved structures, low-cost materials and modern mechanical processes are used. However, at the same time, the parts of human contact are carefully handmade by artisans. This chair achieves a simple lightweight design with the effect of light and shadow and the added value of breathability and is excellent in any kind of environment.
Designer: Midori Mitsui
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