The Dip Chair by Folklore is based on the Windsor Style Chair that originated in England in the early 1700s.
In State of Transience, Sander Wassink uses the design of a chair, reinventing, re-imagining and using his experience as an organic sensor keeping and releasing what he feels needs to be of use to maximize it’s potential. Thus, the finished product still retains it’s essence but now has new strengths and variances suitable to our present and future needs.
Some people are too dumb to own a smartphone…
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