‘PANO’ Chair by Studio Lo

by Jessica Korman on November 7, 2009

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Eva Guillet and Aruna Ratnayake have been working together in Studio Lo since 2003. Their most recent creation is the PANO chair.

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‘PANO’ chair, counters plated filmed, water-jet cutting, assembly by tenon and mortise.
The shape of the PANO chair is almost entirely conditioned by a double system of constraints: the optimization of the matter, the absence of screws and bolts. Its assemblage, without adhesive, is based on the principles of lever, assembly in force and warped surface. The «share-cut» makes it possible to obtain two decorative elements for a cut.’

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