British furniture designer, Julian Mayor, says he likes to create question marks rather than full stops with his work. Playing with the idea of perception, his designs are fed into a computer. The image created is then transformed into a 3D object. This method creates the most intriguing shapes and is an interesting take on how we perceive the world around us. Mayor’s ‘General Dynamic’ chair – exclusive to 4 in Kuwait and a limited edition of 50 – is actually a model of a wave, broken down into facetted forms.
See below images of the latest work â€˜The Angle Chairâ€™ from London based artist/designer Julian Mayor The chair, which is made entirely out of recycled honeycomb board, was created from the map of a person’s seat that has been sectioned on a computer, creating a graphic model to emulate into a 3D form. Each piece…