The boomerang-ish lines of the MYTO chair, pictured above, make us certain that if you threw the chair across the room, it would whip around and come back. Designed by Konstantin Grcic , the MYTO was unveiled yesterday at the world's largest plastics trade fair, the K 2007 in Dusseldorf, and uses special BASF plastic:
This innovative piece of design furniture is a cantilever chair made entirely of BASF's novel, especially easy-flowing engineering plastic Ultradur High Speed...its special processing properties come from nanoparticles. The high flowability, coupled with the strength of this plastic, allows an elegant transition from thick to thin cross sections. Even though the chair is manufactured as a monobloc and has a sturdy frame, its net-like perforations integrated into the backrest and the seat give it a graceful appearance.
For more information on the chair, click here.