Web Chair by Junio Design



Milan 09: Jun Hashimoto of Junio Design will present a chair made of stainless steel wire at SaloneSatellite in Milan next week.


Each Web Chair features 2000 welds.


Hashimoto will present her work under on a stand calle Books, which is a collaboration with designer Tatsuo Yamamoto.

Here's some text from Hashimoto:


Last year, I was honored to receive the Design Report Award Special Mention, for my “Thin Chair”. I am happy to inform you that I will be joining the SaloneSatellite again this year.


In 2009, I will be joining the exhibit with a design platform—books. The design platform is created by Tatsuo Yamamoto and Jun Hashimoto and will participate in the Milan SaloneSatellite 2009.


Web chair
Design : Jun Hashimoto
Photo by Satoshi Asakawa
A Chair that appears and disappears like a spider web. The weightlessness (approx. 2.1kgs) allows a woman to hold the chair with just one hand. Stainless steel wire/length: approx. 140m, diameter: 1.5mm. Approximately 2000 welding points holds the chair together.

Please be sure to stop by our booth when visiting the I Saloni Milano 2009

SaloneSatellite 2009
22nd-27th April 2009
Stand A-10 Pavilion 22-24
Fiera Milano Milan (RHO), Italy

See all our stories from Milan in our special Milan 09 category.

Posted on Sunday April 19th 2009 at 10:04 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • beautiful !!

  • Tasteful, intricate design. Really nice work!

  • iamalbert


  • Dajajas

    nice piece :)

  • tc


  • weightless is the way forward.

  • lex

    de max maat

  • g

    where do i get one

  • very nice piece “a pencil 0, 5 drawing chair”…

  • making of

    very nice …

    as long as exhibited without the usual “dont touch / dont sit” signs…

    PLEASE more INFO about the production… handmade? suitable for mass production??

  • 10101010111

    Amazing piece. Although, It would be a pain to get my keys stuck in there….

  • Pierre Sinsua

    maserati birdcage haha,

    really clever and the best part is it looks better on application, when some one is sitting on it(using). looks like floating. if it has some flexing, it migh teven be comfortable

  • Prof Z

    forget my comment above – was just silly! like it a lot!