DNA Project Crossbreeds Design Elements To Craft The Perfect Chair [Pics]

DNA Project Crossbreeds Design Elements To Craft The Perfect Chair [Pics]
technology

Survival of the fittest principles were used to create a genetically superior piece of furniture.

Ross Brooks
  • 16 october 2013

Jan Habraken and his team at FormNation have turned the process of designing a chair into a full-on scientific pursuit, imagining what a chair’s ancestors might have looked like based on DNA sequencing, as well as what characteristics constitute genetic perfection. The project is called Chairgenics, and aims to breed the perfect piece of furniture.

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