The Bone Chair by JDS Architects represents what is left of when a piece of furniture is altered to reach its skeleton. This veneer chair had cut certain sessions of its body in order to leave it with the necessary material and legs to support itself.
Executed by the well-known company Julien De Smedt Architects (JDS), this piece shows the firm ability to create innovate concepts out of minimalist ideas. JDS has come out with incredible concepts in architecture and design with offices in Copenhagen, Brussels and Brazil. This chair is an example of clever design with functionality.
The Bone Chair by JDS Architects feels like a aesthetic surgery, only that this makeover was painless and had a fast recovery.
The Bone Chair by JDS Architects is Cut into Pieces to Reach its Essence
Ana Lopez — November 30, 2011 — Art & Design
References: jdsa.eu & design-milk