Original and Modern Armchair Inspired by the Art of Origami
Oru Chair was designed by architect and designer Ramón Esteve for company Joquer. This unusual chair displays a highly contemporary look and has an uncommon inspiration source: the art of Origami. Its shape is truly remarkable and is based on a series of asymmetrical geometric shapes which subtly contribute to an unmistakable exterior design, as described by Daily Icon. The technical specifications reveal that the chair features wooden frame padded on the exterior with stress-resistant polyurethane and an interior made of several densities of foam. Various color finishes are available, but right now the manufactures are only showcasing these two vivid models. The chair also comes with an ottoman, which has the ability of bringing a sensible increase in the user’s comfort. How do you appreciate the design of these Origami armchairs?
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2 responses to “Original and Modern Armchair Inspired by the Art of Origami” — add yours
- Posted January 26, 2011 at 4:19 pm | Permalink
These are really cool. I’m glad to see maybe there’s a future in orgami! My son does it all the time.
AdrianaPosted January 26, 2011 at 4:46 pm | Permalink
Now THIS is an amazing chair!
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