It appears that the seats of the Luc Chair Collection are drooping down around the support of their legs, but a close look will reveal that many of the models do not allow the two types of components to touch. The versions of the furnishings with four wooden posts are indirectly supported by the inwardly angled legs. They're actually fastened to the metal frame structures between them.
This illusion gives a lightness to the already graceful-looking chairs. The perches seem to have been made from naturally slumping rectangles of material. Polyurethane was actually used in the manufacturing of the unique shells to achieve a rigidity of form and a crispness of texture. The Lorenz * Kaz Luc Chair Collection exudes a marvelous minimalism with a pinch of playfulness.