julian mayor: 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’:
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 with his ‘may stools’
you may see an earlier designboom article on julian mayor’s ‘graziano chair’ and ‘may stool’ here.
‘frame light’ in brass
the original ‘frame light’ was made from spruce wood.
mayor in the metal workshop working on a chair
julian mayor (18 articles)
london design week 2010 (47 articles)
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