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Chris Bosse's Submission for 'Re-Loved: Designer Stories' Breaks things Dow

 - Aug 13, 2010   Updated: Jul 5 2011
References: l-a-v-a.net & bustler.net
Chris Bosse's 'Re-Loved: Designer Stories' submission is a sliced-up version of the Panton chair circa 1967 by Danish designer Verner Panton. Bosse chose the chair because it was a radical departure from traditional design and manufacturing techniques.

The result is an incredible chair that looks like it was made of several strings of light. Chris Bosse's 'Re-Loved: Designer Stories' submission is a beautiful recreation of a history-making chair.

Implications - As the North American marketplace becomes increasingly saturated with similar products, consumers are more willing to sacrifice functionality for style. Corporations that are able to harmonize these two elements will likely garner the attention and business of consumers.