julian mayor: angle chair
julian mayor: angle chair
sep 18, 2010

julian mayor: angle chair

‘angle chair’

julian mayor is an artist / designer based in london. his latest work is the ‘angle’ chair which is made entirely out of recycled honeycomb board. the form was created from the map of a person’s seat that has been digitized and sectioned on a computer, creating a graphic model in which to emulate into 3D form. each piece is part of a numbered edition.

process images of julian mayor constructing his ‘angle chair’:

julian mayor: angle chair

julian mayor: angle chair

julian mayor: angle chair

julian mayor: angle chair sketch

mayor’s ‘angle chair’ is on show at lik + neon during london design week 2010 – alongside three other works: the graziano chair, the may stool and the frame light in brass.

julian mayor: angle chair ‘graziano chair’

julian mayor: angle chair ‘graziano chair’

julian mayor: angle chair ‘may stool’

julian mayor: angle chair julian mayor with his ‘may stools’

you may see an earlier designboom article on julian mayor’s ‘graziano chair’ and ‘may stool’ here.

julian mayor: angle chair ‘frame light’ in brass

the original ‘frame light’ was made from spruce wood.

julian mayor: angle chair mayor in the metal workshop working on a chair

julian mayor: angle chair

julian mayor: angle chair

  • Congratulations!!!!Very biautiful chair!!!

    Ádison Sebá - BR says:
  • very nice! It looks very comfortable, too.

    muddler says:

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