The legs of the Silla Kandinsky Chair appear to have been through a terrible ordeal. Awkwardly bent in different directions, an especially empathetic individual will not be able to suppress their flinch upon seeing it. Nevertheless, the Silla Kandinsky Chair was inspired by the abstract paintings of influential Russian painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky.
Designed by Spanish studio Tresenvespa, which is based in Valencia, the Silla Kandinsky Chair may have a simple silhouette, but its structure is immediately eye-catching. In addition to its seemingly warped support, the unexpected use of only two legs will surprise many. Nevertheless, each leg extends on the ground to where the missing legs would be in order to provide the necessary balance to sit comfortably.
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