Stick and Stones Won’t Break Pedro Paulo Franco’s Bone-Shaped Skeleton Chair

Posted On Wed, June 18, 2014 By

Posted On Wed, June 18, 2014 By In Design, Furniture, Products

Designers don’t need to look far for inspiration. We’ve seen a solar charger shaped like a bonsai treeflower-inspired pendant lights and now, a chair that Brazilian designer Pedro Paulo Franco modeled after the human skeleton.

True to its bony inspiration, the ergonomically-sound chair was produced with maximum comfort and function in mind. The way it’s crafted is just as interesting as the shape itself — to make each vertabrae, Franco injects a mixture of liquid wood and plastic into a mold. The chair currently comes in two kinds of materials, a blond-colored plastic wood and darker plastic coconut fiber.

Skeleton Chair designed by Pedro Paulo Franco

The Skeleton Chair is just one of several modern industrial chairs available at A Lot of Brasil, a Sao Paolo design store founded by Franco. Check out more of the designs here.

Images courtesy of A Lot of Brasil

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