“Peak” Lounge Chair by Peter Qvist Lorentsen

October 9th, 2013 by retail design blog

“Peak”lounge chair is the result of Architect and Furniture Maker Peter Qvist Lorentsen penchant for dynamic modeling. The chair shape is at first achieved through work in 3D, then it is split into 26 respective sub-elements and refined in 2D. The various laminated birch veneer elements are then milled out on CNC machine, for afterwards being individually oiled and stained.

Finally, the elements are screwed together, so that they form the chair in its entirety. The structure of the chair might appear complex, but the overall look is very simple and streamlined. And exactly this tension between complexity and simplicity was the main aim of this chair design. Measurements: height: 115 cm, width: 65 cm, length: 108 cm
























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