￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Industrial designer Benjamin Hubert's latest chair features a T-shirt-shaped piece of plywood curled smoothly into its solid ash frame.
Tabs at the corners of the plywood fit into recesses in the solid wood components to make the surfaces level, rather than just attaching on top of them.
"The principle is about the ply integrating with the solid timber, which is different to how most ply chairs work, where you can see a very divorced relationship between them," Hubert told Dezeen.
The simple frame crosses beneath the seat to join the front and back legs but incorporates a complex CNC-cut twist to meet the slanted back.
It was created in collaboration with Portuguese manufacturer De La Espada, who last year invited Hubert to design his first complete collection.
This year De La Espada gave him a large stand at designjunction where he created an installation with thousands of cuts and folds, and showed new work including the Tenda lamp made of underwear fabric that we featured earlier this week.
In his talk at Dezeen Live, a series of shows we presented at the 100% Design trade show that week, Hubert explained how the lamps are the first product he's producing under his own brand. Read more in our earlier story here.