A Chair to Share

The NaMu (Korean for “tree”) chair’s fluid shape adapts natural curves inspired by the roots of the white oak and teak of which it’s composed. The root-inspiration is symbolic of the family unit and celebrates the common tradition of passing down heirlooms from one generation to the next. Solid, simple, and crafted to last, it’s an enduring design that’s sure to be cherished.

Designer: Peter Yong Ra

2 Comments

  • devraj says:

    SORRY! but this is a direct interpretation of the chairs by Hans G Wagener. famous furniture designer. Please mention him along with your list of inspirations like trees and roots!!!

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