A Totally New Production Method in Furniture Design

Tuesday 2 April 2013

www.woodworkersinstitute.com

The S774 is based on a classic design; the S664 chair, designed by Eddie Harlis in 1954 for THONET.

Flowing lines and dynamic curves; It's the first chair where carbon fibre, plastic and epoxy resin are 'amalgamated' using a new technique.

www.woodworkersinstitute.com

The result is a unique piece of furniture of superior quality and workmanship and characterised by the material's three-dimensional effect that creates a subtle interplay of light and shadow. Much effort has been invested in increasing the chair's comfort. The seat shell allows more freedom of movement and also a diagonal posture. The connection between the seat and the wire frame is invisible.

To find out more information, see details below.

DETAILS:

Contact: THONET

Website