Plywood in furniture is normally used where you cant see it – for inner structure. It’s a great material, but it is rarely being used as a primary material. This plywood chair concept demonstrates the wider opportunities for the use of plywood.
We used to make snowboards when I was a kid. We would boil the cut out plywood board till it got flexible and we were able to bend it. After it went cold it would keep the form we needed.
This same principle is applied in the production of this chair. It is factory cut, heated and formed.
In order for chair not to lose the shape, the legs is reinforced with metal pins. These rods are screwed-round, so you can adjust the position of the feet. This design gives the chair stability, and serves as a footstool.
The very bottom of the legs is protected by metal.