The ergonomically designed Petal chair pushes the boundaries of how wooden furniture can be interpreted. Designed by Mr. Anish Uchil, of Bram Wood Crafting Studio,Mysor this Petal Chair is a parametric design masterpiece that is a quintessential combination of art and design, focused with the potential of innovative technology.
A statement in itself, Petal was designed to be situated in outdoor spaces; best suiting in lounge areas in public places.
Petal chair is designed around human anthropometry using various kinds of software to produce the organic shape and an efficient process of construction reducing wood wastage. A pronounced natural wood texture engages the user to fully experience the product.
According to the designer, the wood wastage in the chair is extremely less and the unique design of it has impressed everyone.
The craftsmen started designing soon after getting all computer-generated drawings. It is basically designed for lounges where you can sit and relax.
Uchil further said, “We are trying to pitch it for airports and public places as a solid wood lounger. This also can be made as 3 axes and 5 axes by hand.”
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