Translucent, Trendy and Transparent Chairs
These stunning chairs were expertly made by the designers at Valentinagw.com. The majority of these ‘ghost chairs’ are translucent, and when someone sits on them, there’s an illusion of a semi transparent chair. The example shown below has a bronze colour, and is different from the rest, but they are all made from 4mm polyester sheets and each one is a one-off.
These fabulous Ghost Chairs are a limited edition of 99 pieces of each style, are made upon request, and can be customised in any colour. The Ghost of a Chair is a sculptural free-form furniture piece, handmade out of a single 4mm transparent polyester sheet. Each chair is unique due to its unconventional manufacturing process, using a combination of high-end technology and craft, in a labour of love. Volatile and unpredictable, each Ghost chair is a One-off.
The Ghost of a Chair embodies signature aesthetics with its originality and functionality in a statement furniture piece. Its transparency enables the chair to exist in any environment [read more].
Credits: All images shown in this set are Copyright © Valentinagw.com. Head over to their site for more of their fantastic products.
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