Flux by Jerszy Seymour for Magis

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Flux by Jerszy Seymour for Magis

Milan 2011: Berlin designer Jerszy Seymour presents this chair made from two continuous metal wires at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this week.

Flux by Jerszy Seymour for Magis

Called Flux, the design for Italian brand Magis traces the shape of a chair in the air like a sketch.

Flux by Jerszy Seymour for Magis

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Here are some more details from Magis:

Flux design Jerszy Seymour

The flux chair is a gentle change in direction. Manipulated like a drawing in air, the wire pieces are treated each as an axis with unlimited directions representing unlimited life possibility. Liberating itself from the modernist grid, the Flux chair declares itself ‘modern modern’ by the use of simple materials, a flexible manufacturing technique and language of a human flow of energy.

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