"The design of the chair is based on a simple mathematical solid shape called a polyhedron which also inspired the name HEDRONIC. The entire chair is produced from a single piece of folded stainless steel. The white colour, together with the origami-like folding creates the impression of a light paper chair. The first version of the HEDRONICS chair was manufactured for the Moscow Design Week in 2010. The first edition as plain black design is part of the collection of the National Architecture Museum in Moscow (MUAR). For the Architecture Biennale in Moscow in 2011 three new patterns based on parametric design principles were developed for the ArchMoscow exhibition. The chair is made in Russia by Nayada." by Daniel Dendra.
Work developped in collaboration with AnotherArchitect Berlin