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The Detailed Tensegrity Chair by Konstantin Achov

 - Jan 5, 2010
References: konstant-in.net & chairblog.eu
The Tensegrity Chair by Konstantin Achov is composed of aluminum pipes and stainless steel cables to create an intricate seat. More of a work of art than a functional seat, the Tensegrity Chair is an experiment in tension.

Achov, a Bulgarian designer and artist, claims that the chair can be automatically adjusted. The frame seems collapsible making the Tensegrity Chair easy to move. However, the intricate netting does not look comfortable to sit in and may get tangled up with your sweater.