Bending bendy wood! An art that very few venture into, but worth the efforts if the results are going to be as classy as this Houdini chair number 4! The basic shape of this chair is created by first bending two-dimensional plywood by hand around a complexly milled solid wood ring to form the back. To make the curved two dimensional elements stay in place, the scale-like arrangement of the slabs is then glued to the base to produce the self-contained seat shell.
Great use of wood design in furniture infusing modern design and minimalism. Sharp, smooth edges allude to a chair of speed and, really, lack of comfort. You may only sit shortly in this chair and the styling resembles the nature of how you will probably sit in this chair: abruptly and short-lived. Nonetheless, still looks great as a fun barchair.