Eduardo Benamor's Airy Rapigattoli Seating

By: Ines Freitas - Published: Jan 12, 2010 • References: benamorduarte & zerodois
The Rapigattoli by Eduardo Benamor is a chair, but a chair resembling what it is supposed to host: a human body, or at least the bones that structure the human body.

The Rapigattoli chair reflects on the idea of adaptation and scale. It transposes figurative and geometric drawing techniques on a physical object such as a chair.

Although still a prototype, it looks organic and at the same time futuristic.

Eduardo Benamor is a Portuguese architect born in 1975. In Eduardo Benamor’s words: Stats for Ribcage Chairs Trending: Older & Mild
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