There are a few sources of inspiration behind the Infinity Bench by Carl Fredrik Svenstedt, a designer based in Paris, France. First of all, the seat takes cues from skeletal structures and the sensuality of the human form. This is discernible through the use of a hollow, cutout facade as well as the curvaceous form it takes on. Secondly, the design recalls the looks of onion rings.
Part of the The Future of Home Living exhibition, which will open on July 16, 2013, the Infinity Bench by Carl Fredrik Svenstedt flat plywood sheets, which have been cut out by digitally controlled cutting machines. Sculptural and contemporary, the seating is at once a furniture and art piece.
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