Representing the aesthetic vision of Bratislava-based designer Šimon Galanský, this vibrant orange coloured ‘Sinuo chair’ is formed by twisting and turning the thin and delicate steel rods. The simple yet unique design of this chair catches the attention of SURFACES REPORTER (SR)’s team. Have a look at the distinctiveness of this product:
The young designer experimented on black foam blocks before finalising the minimalist, yet perky Lounge chair.
The designer draws influences from the sinuous form of a ‘meander’ to create this lightweight beautiful chair that carries simple continuous lines with a unique shape.
This sturdy, stable structure is made from soft and delicate thin steel rods that bends into moon-like shape, joined on a triangular leg base. Komaxit paint is used to powder-coat the steel construction.
Galansky has designed the Sinuo chair as the final project for his bachelor degree at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava.
Quiet unique and complex design process of the chair showcases the artistic outlook and approach of the young designer.
Image courtesy: Šimon Galanský on Behance
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