The Randonneur by Two Makers Uses Bike-Making Techniques

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Sep 26, 2014
References: twomakers & designboom
Two Makers have found their calling by using bike-making techniques to build 'The Randonneur,' a chair that looks half like an actual bike. DesignBoom states: "drawing on the formal geometries of the long-distance two-wheeler after which it is named, the seating object has been realized using the methods employed in the hand-crafted racing and touring bikes manufactured by master constructeurs of the 1940s."

The base takes on a rocking chair aesthetic, with handles at the top similar to those found on a road bike. For anyone who has a love for biking, this chair would be ideal in the living room for a place to relax. The entire design is crafted with the utmost care, using high-quality leather throughout the product.



Photo Credits: designboom, twomakers