The Laser Chair is a great exercise in resourcefulness. Mads Sætter-Lassen came up with this crafty seating solution during a quick week-long assignment at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' School of Design. It uses a single piece of plywood and a laser cutter as the entire recipe for this piece of furniture.
With all of the components laid out, the challenge is to put them all together in a way that constructs the final object in these photos. Looking at a spread of the pieces, it actually doesn't appear as though it would be too difficult a task. A bit of logic will help you to sort out what goes where, and every element slots into the adjacent one. The Laser Chair requires no hardware to assemble it.
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