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We're digging the look of Sydney-based designer Joseph Louis Tan's Volo Chair, which achieves a floating effect by using clear acrylic rods for structural support.
Check out the rest of Tan's work on Coroflot.
This is not a very good looking chair. Any chair that features clear acrylic rod is excluded from the category of "good looking chairs".
the construction of each chair involves clearing a forest area with the size of a football field?
Is coroflot lowering their standards on this one or is this designer a friend of the blogger?
I don't get why this was featured. The concept is weak, and the rendering is worse. It looks sophomoric at best.
corny, wastefull and senceless!!
Consider yourself lucky they did not feature this one instead!!!
Not only ugly, but DANGEROUS!
Are people a little bit jealous they're not featured?
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