If you think you're looking at a single seat, look again, because Triplette Chair by Paul Menand is actually three chairs set into each other. A casual glace may reveal on piece of furniture, but careful craftsmanship has made it possible for a collection of separate seats to be cut of such narrow wooden parts that no one would suspect multiple elements within the stacked object.
Without detailed photos to go by, the video reveals how the original slatted furnishing thins out as its inner seats are removed. This remarkable project brings illusion to the realm of everyday furniture, and presents an appealing system of efficient storage. The Triplette Chair by Paul Menand would be a great addition to your a dinner party seating plan.
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