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The CU! Chair by Avinash Shende is Inspired by the Indian Culture

 - Feb 13, 2013
References: wilde-spieth.de & contemporist
Some people might liken the CU! Chair to the Eiffel tower due to its visually striking latticed design, but instead of being inspired by the French culture, it was heavily influenced by the Asian culture. That is not surprising since the designer, Avinash Shende, was born and raised in India. Channeling the richness and intricacy of India in the design, Shende's colorful and ornate CU! Chair is stunning.

Created for German furniture manufacturer Wilde+Spieth, the CU! Chair is fashioned out of steel wire. In fact, it was made out of one piece of wire, which means that screws were not necessary to keep it together. Perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, the CU! Chair will add a touch of playfulness and vibrancy to any setting.