The Rock Chair by Fredrik Farg

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Fredrik Färg’s Rock Chair continues the traditional rocking chair’s comforting function but with a whole new “face” as beautiful as it is cleverly functional. One year after it’s first presentation , the much awaited piece of furniture, named Rock Chair, proudly displays its eye-catching curves on the cover of the 2012 Design House Stockholm‘s catalog.

“I developed the prototype during an exchange term in Australia where I was given an assignment to created a chair using only MDF board and a jig saw. It was a challenge to produce something personal and coherent using the simplest means.”

Rock Chair is a knock-down design sold in a flat pack. The five pieces are easy to fit together. When the chair has been assembled, the construction is its expressive feature. Nothing is hidden and one can see how the chair holds together.

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