Minimalistic Wonder Chair Made from Steel And Acrylic

Minimalistic Wonder Chair Made from Steel And Acrylic

I never thought that a chair could be so simple, but in the same way make me say wow. Designed by Baíta Design the Ice Chair can create a really interesting illusion, and of course make a room feel more big and clean. Brazilian designers Helena Bueno and Heinz Maller have managed to create quite a minimalistic wonder as the first think you notice about the Ice Chair is its sleek exterior and durable construction. Finally I see this piece of furniture working more in a commercial set up like stores and offices.


  • Bri May 7, 2010 at 04:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    How do they anchor the slats? I’d like to see stair treads done like that.

  • tanto May 7, 2010 at 04:49 AMLogin to Reply →

    I wonder how much does this chair weight? And if it is comfortable to move it?

  • Shura May 9, 2010 at 12:11 PMLogin to Reply →

    I agree with Bri

  • Jeffery Horowitz May 10, 2010 at 17:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    Now, I bought this chair (at a reasonable price of $5000 and two of my kidneys) and I have to say I’m fairly disappointed in this purchase. Now, although the “Sit on a Razor Blade” design looks cool, it really isn’t that functional. By the time I had finished my book “How To Achieve Proper Walking Stride Distance and Pacing” half of my butt was sliced off and I was bleeding yellow blood. And although and the clear plastice sides LOOK like the bullet proof glass from “Mythbusters”, sadly they are not, as I had to find out in a 5 man gunfight involving 2 giraffes. Now, I know you’re wondering “How can 5 men sit on one chair?” well, that’s how the gunfight started.

    So in the end, how ’bout you just buy a simple wooden chair instead of a kidney stealing razor-blade chair. BUT, it does look good with the couch my brothers bought here (