Polygon Chair designed by Numen/For Use
Numen/For Use is a layout cumulative working in the industries of scenography, spatial and commercial layout and conceptual art. The group first developed in 1998. as a collective initiative of industrial designers Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković under the banner For Use.The group's early companies are identified by experiments with indifferent design and extreme formal reduction, heavily rooted in the tradition of high innovation and primarily used to various synergetic total-design jobs in Croatia. From 2004. More realisations in movie theaters around Europe follow.Since 2008. the cumulative transforms its focus in the direction of setting up things and concepts without a predefined function, a task resulting in the more experimental and hybrid jobs such as the N-Light series and Tape Installation. Parallel to these openly subjected ventures, the team gains many worldwide awards for their achievements in the field of set and industrial design.XZ ChairTwo "pockets" are stitched on the fabric stripe at the position of the rest of the individual's head and under the seat. The wooden building is made of Acacia timber treated with 100% natural oils and the textile stripe is made of massive responsibility fertilized cotton textile.Polygon ChairThe Polygon chair is typologically that come from the modernist legacy of the Yugoslav style of the 50s and 60s, but with a contemporary shift in the direction of additional intricate areas and altered positive lines.Oblique ChairThe profile of the chair is distinguisheded by two mirrored and rotated triangles, offering the biggest density of the foam at the rear of the seat and at the lumbar location of the backrest. The inner building is made from single-axial bent plywood covering at 2 facts where the volumes of the pillows end. Covering and glued foam are fully draped, causing a single pulsating form. Legs are made of solid lumber or lacquered tubular steel.CUTTwo similar polyhedrons are the outcome of a solitary planar section implemented on a regular woodworker saw. The preliminary tetrahedron is turned by two axes prior to reducing. The result of the cut are two mirrored items utilized as the legs of the tables. Each of these parts are made use of for separate tables of a seemingly random geometry. 2 sibling tables can be viewed as "left" and "right" companies coming from a solitary beginning. The surface areas resulting from the cut are emphasized by use of contrasting colours. The table with detachable legs is made from strong yearn lumber.RevolveThe improvement of features of seating and sleeping is achieved by a single-movement turning of the backrest by 180º. In the upright placement the backrest and it's formal brother or sister, the back part of the seat, join in a single, U formed quantity accepting the seat. The rotation, where the backrest rotates making use of a specifically fabricated two axe hinge, results in a flat surface mattress, an enclosure of 2 similar parts around the center. The product was granted Red Dot design award.SatyrFlat profiles of the base are split into fifty percent, offering the assistance for both the seat and the backrest. The seat and the backrest are made of upholstered, foam covered plywood plates.