A Chair for Lewis Carroll

A chair inspired by Lewis Carroll, his work, and his love of games and puzzles. Like a puzzle the assembling and reassembling of the different configurations stimulates the mind and the imagination of the one who is solving it. This movement brings a playfully childish character to an everyday object which otherwise goes unnoticed. This fascination comes from a child's rich imagination which causes us to question reality and embrace the fantastical.

Six plywood panels with pimento veneers are tied together with parachute cord in such a way that a great number of configurations are possible. Each configuration is held in place by parachute cords that are hooked directly onto the joints with metal S-hooks. Design and construction by Amanda Ghantous and Carmen Voda.

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