Rocking Chair, Armchair, 2001
Material: rotomoulded plastic
The concept of the Rocking Chair is the artificial, technical interpretation of natural rock formations.
The chair reduces important ergonomic sections to a polygonal structure, thereby minimizing material and weight. The concept was to analyse the ergonomically important zones of a chair, reducing them to the very essential ones and to substitute them eventually with exact, plane surfaces and triangles.
Being made of hollow rotomoulded plastic, the Rocking Chair is equally suitable for in- and outdoor-use.