Bodegón Cabinet designed the La Redonda Chair, which experiments with two- and three-dimensional shapes. The geometrically structured chair takes the shape of a circle and molds it after being cut over a steel plating. The powder-coated steel piece then bends to be a structure of three-dimensions, taking up more space. The unique piece of furniture exhibits a simple concept but exudes complexity with the geometric relationships, distance and vanishing points.
The Redonda Chair plays with what appears to be a flat shape because the furnishing changes depending on where it is in perspective. From a frontal view, the Redonda chair resembles a circle, but with rotation, it changes in sculptural quality. The unique Bodegón Cabinet designed chair is available on its online website.
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The Le Redonda Chair by Bodegón Cabinet Plays with Dimensions
1. Conceptual Furniture Design - Designing furniture with unique shapes and concepts that challenge traditional design principles.
2. Geometric Innovation - Using geometric shapes and relationships to create new and innovative products across industries.
3. Perspective-shifting Designs - Creating designs that look different from various perspectives, challenging our perception of reality.
1. Furniture - Innovating furniture design to create unique pieces that offer a fresh take on traditional products.
2. Architecture - Exploring the use of geometric shapes and visual tricks to create buildings that challenge traditional design concepts.
3. Art - Using perspective-shifting designs to create art that changes depending on the viewer's point of view and challenges traditional notions of art.