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2012 | AG Land en "El Cuerpo"
Browse Gallery 01/5 Fox and Freeze is a creative cooperation between 2 Belgian designers, James van Vossel and Tom De Vrieze. The first project of their freshly found design studio is the FF1 indoor lounge chair.
It looks daunting if not downright dangerous – two side supports, anchored to nothing and angled away from normal (in the sense of: ninety degrees from the ground) look little like legs, and the seat swings freely between them. Still, this is basic physics at its best – adding the gravitational pull of the Earth as well as human weight makes it more stable, not less. While it would not work in space or some other zero-or-anti-gravity situation, it would be a wonderful seat to lean against your home on your deck or porch. Designed by Bernhard Burkard , the connections and materials are quite basic – metal fasteners hold together a wood frame, which in turn supports a canvas lounge chair. Rubber stoppers add frictional resistance to hold the whole thing in place. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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