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Lisette Spee's Faux Grass 'Lawgne' Chairs Blend With Gardens

 - Jul 13, 2009   Updated: Jun 7 2011
References: designboom & gradientmagazine
Artist Lisette Spee has created these 'Lawgne' chairs in collaboration with architect Tim Van Den Burg. The lounge chairs are meant for public use, as they are installed in Valkenberg Park in Breda, the Netherlands.

The 'Lawgne' chairs are made of metal and covered with artificial grass.

Implications - Lisette Spee's 'Lawgne' chairs push the look of the conventional lounger. Through creating a piece that blends in with the ground, the 'Lawgne' chair looks natural in comparison to manmade. The chairs' ergonomic style looks relaxing and with the artificial grass, it'll never need to be trimmed. What a perfect way to lay back and enjoy a day under the sun in the park.