Patchwork Oval Hemisphere by Cappellini

September 6th, 2011 by retail design blog

A prototype designed as a form and sculpture, existing purely for its own sake; the functional definition of POH is deliberately absent – it can be used wherever and however. The most interesting feature is its organic appearance – created from a patchwork of rough wooden pieces – both old and new – combined according to a computer generated layout and then sent to a digitally controlled machine that cuts the form in three dimensions. Each item is unique but can be reproduced.

Designed by Cappellini

http://www.architonic.com/pmsht/poh-cappellini/1140686

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