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Rainer Mutsch crates contemporary weather resistance furniture design for front yard lounger concept or even for cute park sitting lounge design. This outdoor cement furniture design by Rainer Mutsch gives gray stone color before any furniture color adjustment is done. This furniture is called Dune and may become appropriate furniture for beautiful patio pictures with good shape of contemporary outdoor furniture in chic stone color design.

Dune by Rainer Mutsch - Concrete furniture gets a fresh new look in 'Dune' by Rainer Mutsch. 'Dune' is a series of outdoor chairs designed using sheets.

Generative design operates as picture catalogue focusing on parametric architecture and generative design. It is upgraded on a regulary bases and therefore this pic will make an excellent extension. If you are intrigued also have a look my own effort in nature inspired design

Generative design operates as picture catalogue focusing on parametric architecture and generative design. It is upgraded on a regulary bases and therefore this pic will make an excellent extension.

The profile of the chair is characterized by two mirrored and rotated triangles, providing the biggest thickness of the foam at the back of the seat and at the lumbar area of the backrest. The inner construction is made of single-axial bent plywood shell at two points where the volumes of the cushions end. Shell and glued foam are fully upholstered, resulting in a single pulsating form. Legs are made of solid wood or lacquered tubular steel.

Frabic Seat look alike sport car seat and welded steel chair for the bottom part. The designer the make a big contrast on the colour matching.

Dune Chairs by Rainer Mutsch made with fiber cement

Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch has recently completed a range of outdoor furniture called Dune. The entire design and conception behind Dune is both .

Awesome chair design for a perfect nap    #cnc #chairs   http://cnc.gallery/

Wood chaise lounge created by steaming wood then computerized bending, by SchindlerSalemeron architects

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