julian mayor: frame chair and pentagonal stool
UK-based designer julian mayor works in a style which could be considered ‘informal tech’, drawing on a combination of mathematics / geometry with the abstract. drawing on the influences of gaetano pesce and sol lewitt meets datasystems, his work is technical in its form.
here is a look at his latest projects which explore faceted surfaces, skeletal and organic structures.
back in 2009, we published an article on the production of julian’s ‘strata chair‘, which is made from carbon fibre strips. it is now available in a black or white finish.
model studies of the ‘strata chair’
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