This bench is designed using a series of stepped hexagons through which a curved line has been intersected producing a whole new range of shaped surfaces. The bench shape and pattern is machined using a CNC router, then cut assembled and planed by hand.
Designed around the basis of my three legged chair and using the concept of minimal waste however this has pattern applied to the sides of the legs. This patterns uses the hexagonal shape to show off the visual illusion of cubes.
Designed to be made in small batches, this chair has been made optimising the maximum amount of components out of the timber possible, reducing the level of wastage considerably. Made from locally sourced sustainably managed ash.
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