Kate Brown has designed the “Etazin chair”, by taking the concept of ‘Japanese moon gates’, that is a circular opening in a garden wall that acts as a pedestrian passageway, and a traditional architectural element in Chinese gardens.

Arch20-Etazin chair by Kate Brown (3)

Courtesy of Kate brown

By following this concept, the chair became a comfortable lounge like an embracing hammock that easily turns to any desired direction. It is composed by three rings, one is stable and two others are free to turn 360 degree. The rings are made out of steel coated with an anti-rust high grade polyurethane that is a good material for stability, and the two flexible rings turn with self oiling bushings.


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