Floating Chair With Sliced-Off Legs Defies Gravity [Pics]

Floating Chair With Sliced-Off Legs Defies Gravity [Pics]
Design

Peter Bristol’s Cut Chair looks unstable but can support a person’s weight thanks to a metal plate anchoring it under a piece of carpet.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 july 2013

Designer Peter Bristol works as creative director at Seattle-based product development consultancy Carbon Design Group and also collaborates with design focused partners to create furniture, lighting and other goods. His ‘Cut Chair’ appears to have been sliced apart, with only one of its four legs looking intact.

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