The Star Gazer
studying da Vinci's reciprocal frame theory
This chair draws inspiration from Leonardo Da Vinci’s reciprocal frame concept – that of relying on gravity and friction to create a supportive structure. The chair is composed of three separate pieces for easy transportation and storage. When assembled, it spreads to become a full-body reclining chair in which to gaze into the sky. It is made out of a structural beam salvaged from a fire and disposed decorative trim.
Star Gazer components
seat and back made of upcycled trim
trim detail
joint detail - no hardware, just friction and gravity
The Star Gazer
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The Star Gazer

A chair inspired by da Vinci's reciprocal theory and its reclaimed materials
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