acid studio weaves together lightweight cetka chair acid studio weaves together lightweight cetka chair
aug 11, 2014

acid studio weaves together lightweight cetka chair

acid studio weaves together lightweight cetka chair
all images courtesy of cetka studio

 

 

 

‘cetka’ is a chair is influenced by the weaving that has emerged from the minds of india-based acid studio. the continuous operation of interlacing lines of material at right angles creates a natural pattern that runs along its hard edges. aside from its ornamental properties, the diagrid provides the functional advantage of strengthening the structure by manipulating the density of its interstitial spaces according to where loads are placed. thus, as users move around the design they are presented with a layering of surfaces that constantly change the overall appearance and challenge the conception of the object as a two-dimensional or three-dimensional figure. molded in lightweight plastic with rounded corners, these characteristics allow the project to be stackable, decorative, and easy to maneuver throughout a space.

acid studio cetka chair
front view

acid studio cetka chair
side view

acid studio cetka chair
angled view

acid studio cetka chair
several ‘cetka chairs’ stacked on top of one another

acid studio cetka chair
white, green, blue, and yellow versions

acid studio cetka chair
the filleted edges suggest that the weaving is continuous

acid studio cetka chair
the chairs change their appearance when viewed at different angles

acid studio cetka chair
the yellow chair within a dark room

 

 

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  • awesome 🙂

    lochana says:
  • and what if the 100 KG guy sit on it?

    Nick says:
  • Nice concept rendering, but I can’t see what is going to stop the backrest from giving way? Will be nice to see the prototype.

    Justin says:

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