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The 'Cut Chair' Takes Design Cues from Origami and Papercraft

 - Jan 12, 2009   Updated: Aug 11 2011
References: dimaloginoff & designspotter
Dima Loginoff's 'Cut Chair' reminds me of a large-scale papercraft creation. Its sleek, molded lines and thin cutouts give the chair a delicate look.

Dima Loginoff is a professional hair stylist, and I see the elements of fine scissor-work in the 'Cut Chair.' He graduated in 2008 from the International Design School of Moscow and already has a bevy of design awards under his belt, including Best Designer at the 2006 Design Debut competition.

Implications - Consumers in modern society are attracted to products that feature a clean-cut aesthetic. Only the most sleek styles appeal to contemporary shoppers. Companies could come out with more items like this to increase their popularity.