jurgen bey: stubborn chair
 
jurgen bey: stubborn chair
jan 05, 2011

jurgen bey: stubborn chair

‘stubborn chair’ by jurgen bey image © designboom

dutch designer jurgen bey has created ‘stubborn chair’ for dutch company ngispen. the furniture object is comprised of two stackable chairs that have been placed slightly off center from one another, then heated and melted to form on piece.

‘one never sits on a chair the way it is meant to be used: you sit on it like this, or you could sit on it like this,‘ says bey as he shifts positions in the chair. ‘in the end you’ll have a chair that is never right, and that is always right – a very stubborn chair.’

the chair will be available in rough, smooth and upholstered versions.

jurgen bey: stubborn chair 3/4 view

jurgen bey: stubborn chair top view

jurgen bey: stubborn chair 3/4 back view

jurgen bey: stubborn chair image courtesy of ngispen

jurgen bey: stubborn chair left: demonstration of use right: detail

jurgen bey: stubborn chair

jurgen bey: stubborn chair back view image courtesy of ngispen

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