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The 'Tubular Armchair' is Made from Unlikely Materials

 - Mar 30, 2018
References: lucasmunoz & yankodesign
The 'Tubular Armchair' has been designed by Lucas Munoz as an ultra-modern piece of furniture as part of the 'Objects From Interstitial Space' collection that is a new take on seating that is crafted from unlikely materials.

Featuring steel piping and a series of elbow joints, the chair boasts an industrial aesthetic that is accented by a copper panel for the actual seating section to make it highly artistic yet still functional. The chair's chunky design makes it appear modern yet approachable, which speaks to the increasing demand for products that are aesthetically pleasing yet still functional when placed in a space.

The 'Tubular Armchair' brings an otherwise hidden industrial material into the limelight and acknowledges a shift towards Brutal aesthetics as designers highlight the beauty of raw elements.