max lamb exhibits two bodies of work at salon 94 design, one in western red cedar, where each piece begins as if a puzzle in reverse, and one in stone, from his ongoing work at pedretti. combining both ancient and modern making techniques, the chairs, stools, and benches on view demonstrate lamb’s direct, honest, and playful approach to materials. a piece of wood or a stone is regarded as a natural resource that took time to manifest, requiring patience and concentration to achieve the final result.all images courtesy of the artist and salon 94 design, new york. © max
I just viewed this video clip of Si Freedman, who states he is the two an osteopath with 30 years expertise and an industrial designer, making what appears to be a sensible situation for rethinking ergonomic chairs:
I favored the little bit about utilizing considerably less materials, and resolving very long-expression agony problems with extra purposefully-built seating seems amazing. Freedman has started off a business identified as Hesed Design and style to notice this eyesight, and is attempting to start his chair design and style on IndieGogo.
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