The Curvaceous Amada Bench

The Curvaceous Amada Bench

A uniquely designed piece of wooden furniture is made using a special technique called steam bending.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 november 2010

This intriguing object is actually a piece of furniture which was designed by noted wood artist Matthias Pliessnig. The ‘Amada’ is a large white oak bench which was steam-bent to get a  curvaceous form. The bench has been designed in a way that allows the sitter to face multiple directions.

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