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The Seungji Mun 'Four Brothers' Chairs Come From One Slice of Wood

 - Apr 26, 2012
References: munseungji & notcot.org
The Seungji Mun 'Four Brothers' Chairs are each constructed by cutting strategically sized pieces from a single slab of wood. This is an incredibly eco-friendly design concept that should be implemented everywhere. All homes, buildings and offices will save an immense amount of money and reduce their harm over the environment if using these chairs.

The design was made to make sure that the pieces for these chairs would not exceed the 2400x1200 plate of wood. These chairs all share a common height and archetype, however their physical constructions are quite different, which then triggers the name 'Four Brothers.' Their diverse designs offer aesthetic appeal for any room that they are in and they can be flexible pieces used anywhere in the home.