Thursday, 25 August 2011

Inertia Rocking Chair and Ottoman by Artful Inventions

Intertia Rocker gets its name from its sheer mass. Although it is hollow, the chair is quite heavy which makes for a very smooth and steady rocking. The chair's form is derived from only three templated shapes. Each layer is glued together, then hand-carved to achieve its curved form. The back reclines to four different settings via a finger joint with the seat. The Ottoman also rocks along with the chair. Design: Aren Irwin, 2004. Materials: Apple Plywood with clear lacquer finish. Dimensions: Width: 34"; Depth: 36"; Seat Height: 15."


Amanda from Freshly Sharpened Pencils said...

too beautiful! I love the form. Also doesn't hurt that it looks super relaxing :)

encado said...

Very nice form!