bambi chair by hisakazu shimizu and eizo okada of S&O design
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jul 22, 2012
bambi chair by hisakazu shimizu and eizo okada of S&O design


‘bambi chair’ by S&O design
 
 
 

hisakazu shimizu of S&O design has designed ‘the bambi chair’, taking influence from the 1940s animated film about a
young deer. the furniture piece has taken its formal language from the animal’s antlers, which is recognizable through
its silhouette. the construction of the seating object incorporates a laminated seat pan and back rest made from solid
wood that utilizes geometric compound surfaces. the implementation of traditional joinery accommodates for a
seamless structure.

 

 


horn-like leg silhouette
 
 
 


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