Dezeen in Israel: this chair by designer Ezri Tarazi is formed when a concrete-filled mannequin is dropped onto it from above.
Named Free Falling, the chair is made from perforated metal, which is initially assembled into a solid prism.
The female mannequin is then pressed into the prism’s surface to create a subtly different shape each time.
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Here's a very short description from Tarazi:
Free Falling is done by transforming a trapezoidal box made from a perforated metal sheets into a chair by the fall of a female mannequin filled with concrete.
Design: Ezri Tarazi
Design Assistance: Guy Mishaly and Guy Ben Adon
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