Contour by Ethan Creasman Has an Organic Look Without Wasting Materia

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 1, 2011 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
The price of replicating nature for the purpose of synthetic design can often be felt in the effect on nature through manufacturing. However, Contour by Ethan Creasman is a chair that achieves the look of organic complexity, and the maker has taken care to minimize any wasted material.

A co-polyester resin panel of Designtex Fusion was used to make the bulk of the piece, and coral branch shapes were cut out of it that went on to be heated, bent and fastened together using screws. Metal bracing contributes to the strength and stability of the marine-like movable, and the overall appearance is a truly unique bit of furniture with an aesthetic of contemporary biological beauty. The best part is that the scraps derived from the creation of Contour by Ethan Creasman can become a complementary mural to hand on the wall. Stats for Spindly Aquatic Seating Trending: Older & Chilly
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