Ambidextrous Chair

If the name alone wasn’t a tip-off, just one look at the Kandinsky Chair would suggest that its striking form was inspired by the father of pure abstract painting, Wassily Kandinsky. The playful design plays with the user’s perception using altered points, line forms and most obviously a striking, mirrored reversal of the legs. Looks like something straight out of a Dr. Seuss book! Do want!

Designer: Tresenvespa


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