The Moon Chair Series Collectively Emulates the Undulating Hills

 - Dec 17, 2013
References: keisukefujiwara & dornob
Designers take inspiration from nature in many different ways, two of which are evident in the Moon Chair collection. First of all, the set of dining chairs is made from warmly finished wooden material, yet the forms have been sculpted with organic shapes in mind too.

Arrange the five perches in a row, matching the curving upper edges to the corners of the adjacent. What you'll establish is a continuous wavelike pattern that undulates smoothly from piece to piece, mimicking the gentle rise and fall of the hills and mountain ranges on the horizon. For some added visual intrigue, Keisuke Fujiwara gave one of the Moon Chairs an actual cutout of a crescent moon, overlapping terrestrial silhouettes and celestial features.