jerszy seymour: flux for magis
 
jerszy seymour: flux for magis
may 10, 2010

jerszy seymour: flux for magis

jerszy seymour: flux for magisimage courtesy of magis

 

 

 

the ‘flux’ chair has subtle changes in direction. its form is like a manipulated drawing floating in air, in which wire curved to shape the overall structure. each piece is treated as an axis with unlimited directions, liberating itself from the modernist grid. jerszy seymour design workshop uses simple materials–a flexible manufacturing technique and the language of a human flow of energy–to express the characteristics of the chair conceived for magis.

 

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magisblue version

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magisthe visually light design can be stacked for easy storage

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magis‘flux’ appears as a line drawing floating in space

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magis up close of chair back curving into the seat

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magis detail of the seat curving downwards image © designboom

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magis‘flux’ by jerszy seymour displayed at the 2010 salone del mobile image © designboom

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magis‘flux’ is made for indoor and outdoor use

 

 

jerszy seymour: flux for magisconcept sketch

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