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The Batoidea Chair Offers a Modern Design Modeld After Oceanic Life

By: Susan Kim - Published: • References: peterdonders & archiscene.net
The days of stiff-backed wooden chairs are over. Peter Donders, furniture designer and development specialist, brings organic contours of nature to the living room with his fish-inspired furniture design, the Batoidea chair.

The Batoidea chair combines the fluid body structure of the batoidea genus of fish, which includes stingrays and skates and the molding technology used for Ferrari engines, merging design with high technology to create a unique piece of art.

This fish-inspired furniture is not simply a chair to sit on; the Batoidea chair doubles as a modern art piece for the living room. The fish-inspired furniture is made up of loops and smooth lines that mimic the gliding movement of stingrays. It is made up of aluminum and comes with a matching footstool in various colors.

Donders’s fish-inspired furniture is the perfect balance between mother nature and human design. Stats for Unusual Sea-Inspired Seats Trending: Older & Mild
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