Wednesday, November 15, 2006


Ronen Kadushin's Oneliners are elegantly minimalist foam chairs machine-cut in a series of sections with CAD software and an elaborate band saw.

According to Kadushin:

"The saw blade must enter the foam block, cut out the desired path and exit the block. This presents a design challenge where the product is designed as a continuous cutting line. Hence the collection’s title: Oneliners. The outcome is a complete product with no finishes or assembly needed. The design utilizes the foam’s elastic properties in thin sections and its constructive characteristics when it is thick, to design and produce soft chairs that bounce back to shape when not in use.


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