Stick and Acrylic Chair & Table by Emmanuelle Moureaux
Updated: Jan 29
Designed by Emmanuelle Moureaux, slender colored acrylic and wooden sticks, obliquely embedded into a piece of transparent acrylic, create a beautiful landscape, reminiscent of a colorful lawn, as either a chair or a table. The sticks support a transparent acrylic panel, while refracting and reflecting light as if they were soaking under water. They appear and disappear, and even seem to bend at times. These beautiful illusions and colors create a low table and chair with infinite expressions. The structural balance has been pushed to the limits and although they look unbalanced, this architecture like structure was developed after many attempts to achieve an unbalanced balance. The same structural sticks holding up the acrylic, extend further up to make the back support of the chair.