Seamlessly morphing furniture items are a pleasure to behold. As such Brodie Neil’s creations are sure to create a ripple or two at the Rubin Chapelle boutique in New York, where the New York Design Week starts tomorrow. On display will be Neil’s ‘e-turn’ bench, ‘@ chair’, and ‘intro’ seat. All of these creations have the leitmotif of seamless morphing and are very unique to look at. The ‘e-turn’ bench is a 3D representation of a single line in chrome/fibre and is reminiscent of a ribbon that floats in the air. Seamless morphing section starts of at a point and then overlaps and returns to complete the structure of a bench. The ‘@ chair’ is a loop of fibre/chrome that when looked closely copies the @-sign. The topmost loop forms the back/head support while the middle one provides the actual seat. The final product on display by Brodie Neil will be his ‘intro’ seat. More voluminous than the former two, this one is glossy and curvaceous. The legs are built on three window-like apertures that merge and provide a fluidity that’s rarely seen in a seat. More images follow.