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Chair designed for Hank Richardson's Modernism, Criticism, and Design History class at the Portfolio Center.
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A conceptual assignment for Hank Richardson’s Modernism, Criticism, and Design History class at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The chair represents a sibling bond between me and my two older brothers, and the system of support we’ve developed through mutual shared experiences. Each part of the chair (seat, back, and “legs”) connects independently to the other parts to signify unique personal relationships/support systems between each of us, while the central braid represents our collective bond and the point of greatest strength. 
Rendering by Spencer Bigum.