NAGI chair designed by Tomoya Tabuchi for Viccarbe

NAGI: A Curvy Chair Designed for Reading or Working

Para todo diseñador industrial, un objeto (en esta ocasión una silla) tiene varias maneras de llamar nuestra atención. Su apariencia es obviamente la primera y más fácil de percibir por cualquiera, pero hay algunos casos donde su fabricación ó construcción es igual de atractiva. Para este post quería compartir algunos ejemplos de sillas que sin caer en el rango de muebles flat-pack, tienen algo especial en sus componentes.

Deshaciendo la silla

Herman Miller Mirra chair for the studio. Looks like you get a fair few parts for the money. Thankfully it will arrive fully assembled as we don’t fancy trying to put that lot together. Find out more about the beautiful designer furniture of Herman Miller

At first glance, this might look like your average glassware, but set it in sunlight and you’ll reveal something special. Its 45 degree sloping bottom divides the glass in two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism that allows passing sunlight to project a rainbow on whatever surface it rests on.

The 45 degree sloping bottom divides the glass in two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism that allows passing sunlight to project a rainbow on whatever surface it rests on.

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