The kerFchair by Boris Goldberg Employs a Different Bending Technique

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 12, 2013 • References: design-milk
The kerFchair by Boris Goldberg is a beautifully crafted flatpack piece of furniture that shows form need not always be trumped by function in certain situations. Although still incredibly practical, this seat is all about the details, which sets it apart from many other similar designs.

First of all, the kerFchair by Boris Goldberg boasts a curvaceous silhouette complete with a subtly winged backrest that recalls classic high-back armchairs. As a person lets their gaze drop, they will notice the ribbed lumbar support that gives it a fun modern touch while allowing for a different technique to bend the material. Not to mention the use of wide teal legs.

Made out of CNC-machined birch wood, the kerFchair by Boris Goldberg is sophisticated. Stats for Ribbed Flatpack Furniture Trending: Older & Buzzing
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