Made from crystal clear UV resistant poly urethan resin, this magnificent sculpture is currently on display at the friedman Benda New York & droog art gallery and probes evolution form a art’s point of view. The makers of this translucent Bonechaise take the theory of evolution and put to test in the industrial consciousness which led to the creation of a dynamic digital tool to copy nature’s ways of constructing used for optimizing car parts. The project was undertaken by the International Development Center Adam Opel GmbH, a part of General Motors Engineering Europe and the result was nothing short of glorious. This chaise is second in a series and the process can be applied to any scale and architectural sizes in ant material strength. Hmmm… the artsy chaise looks so good, but would you ever want to live in a house that looked like this? Lemme know what you think.
Source: Joris Laarman