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Untitled Chair by Alessandro Bêda

This chair is rather a cool concept proposed by the Portuguese designer Alessandro Bêda, we presented another interesting concept made by him a week ago ( Two-piece Flower Vase in the Shape of a Whale ). He called this chair “Untitled Chair“, and it seems that he’s not very good at coming up with names for his designs. I would like to name this chair “Perfect Shape” because design features 100 gas shock absorbers that enable the chair to adjust to pressure and change its shape to accommodate the person or object placed on it. The measurements of the chair are exactly the same of the LC2 Petit Comfort by Le Corbusier. Until now this chair is just a concept, but designer Alessandro Bêda told on his website that he’ll start  working on a prototype soon, though he ponders if his concept is really doable. – Via

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3 responses to “Untitled Chair by Alessandro Bêda” - Add yours!

  1. ac said:
    June 19, 2008

    If you sit with your knees apart, (as the ghost is in photo)
    wouldn’t the pieces between your legs pop up and make it difficult
    to cross your legs?

  2. MEEP said:
    October 14, 2008

    thats such a neat idea
    it seems lie itwould poke you in odd ways but…

  3. martiste said:
    October 14, 2008

    that interesting! and funny. i cant imagine the material of the elements. it might work but the mechanics of the “piston” like elements would be rather very complicated. but cool. i look forward for the working protype:-)

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