Inspired by the most fundamental way of metal fabrication, Workman Chaise is a conceptual juxtaposition between visual perception and comfort while staying true to the materiality of metal.
Workman Chaise designed by California-based designers Harry Teng and Eunie Park was carefully crafted to a delicate visual thinness, creating a perception of lightness. The chair could be perceived very differently depending on the view angle.
Authentic to the raw material, the properties of two 5052 aluminum sheets act as a natural spring to provide flexibility for sitting. This furniture piece is something every metal worker is capable of making from every metal foundry, with very accessible material.