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Betula Chair – A sinuous form made entirely of birch ply | Apical Reform

The Betula Chair is a parametric design project by Apical Reform, has a sinuous structure constructed entirely out of birch plywood, the chair is a fine example of the beauty in fluid deconstructionism. As a piece of design art, and of function, the chair’s seemingly simple form is revealed as parametric layers of birch ply – each individually designed – are precisely put in place.

The concept behind the chair project – one of layering and revealing the internal frameworks – remains a process of ongoing research at the studio with more prototypes under development.

Betula Chair Apical Reform

Betula Chair Apical Reform

Betula Chair Apical Reform

Betula Chair Apical Reform

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