• Mantis Chair
  • A chair that was made with converging circular and rectilinear forms. Its tapered legs, thin curved panels, and floating seat give it a lightweight and airy feeling. The legs triangulate towards a single point, which is disrupted by the semicircle back rest, reopening the silhouette. Its forms were inspired by a preying mantis.

    31.5'' x 19'' x 19''
    Media: Maple, Birch Plywood, Ash, Soap Finish
  • Cardboard model to test true proportion of the object in real space.
  • Hand drafted working drawing.
  • Process images throughout construction. ​​​​​​​