This thing is great. To make that more specific, this chair is great. Bringing to the table references of decades past, when wood moulding and bending were at the forefront of design, these digitally designed and fabricated chairs, unveiled in the Desiary showroom of the 2011 IMM Cologne show in Germany, are yet thoroughly of the contemporary age. Created by Cologne-based designer Marco Hemmerling, the TriWing Chairs fold four seating postures into one gracefully lined seating apparatus. The following is a description by the designer: 

Courtesy of Marco Hemmerling

TriWing integrates four different sitting postures in one continuous shape. By flipping the chair along the longitudinal axis the furniture changes its posture and appearance and unfolds its multiple applications. TriWing can be used as dining-chair, lounge-chair, reading-chair or deck-chair. The seat height of the various positions is related to the particular use.

 

Courtesy of Marco Hemmerling

The double-curved shape incorporates the ergonomic demands and generates at the same time the necessary stiffness and stability of the chair. Due to the individual weight of the user TriWing adapts slightly in shape and absorbs the impact of the actual forces. The chair aims at a playful use and is produced in a digital workflow from design to production. Furthermore, TriWing generates a perception that is associated with handmade products due to its wooden materiality and tactile impression.

Courtesy of Marco Hemmerling

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