Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Sea

Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Seaandreas konradsen naturally welds chair by submerging it into the baltic seaRecent graduate from the royal danish academy of fine arts school of design, copenhagen-based designer andreas konradsen has created a steel chair that requires no welds, but instead is merged by the corrosion generated during six months of submersion in the baltic sea. called the ‘ripe chair’, this seating object was part of the don’t run outexhibition that was held during paris designweek. the show put together by the scandinavian design group HOLDBARfocused on finding alternative perspectives on sustainable design.

Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Seaandreas konradsen ripe chair designboom
Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Seaandreas konradsen ripe chair designboomAndreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Seaandreas konradsen ripe chair designboom
Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Seaandreas konradsen ripe chair designboom
Andreas Konradsen Naturally Welds Chair by Submerging it into the Baltic Sea





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