Pythagoras, Origami Chairs by Sander Mulder

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This collection of chairs by Dutch designer Sander Mulder were inspired by traditional Origami techniques, a plain sheet of aluminum is laser cut and then bent into the final shape. Made up of only three parts, the Pythagoras seem to be extremely easy to ship and assemble. The triangulated lines serve both aesthetics and function; it provides the users with unbelievable comfort and outstanding sturdiness. A powder coat finish is used to finalize the structural characteristics. If you need one in a custom color it’s not a problem, they are available in all RAL colors with oak or aluminum legs (suitable for outdoor use).

 

 

 

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