This chair compiles my experience with perforated steel and my recent fascination with this solid hex rod.
After a succession of indoor chairs, I decided to make an outdoor chair with a lounge profile.
This chair is designed for chilling out hard core. Global Chilling.
Every chair I’ve built definitely has a beverage to go with it – this one is made for drinking cheap mexican beer around a bonfire in your backyard.
I love how the facets on the hex rod look with the white powder coat – it takes the simple lines of the chair and keeps them active, dynamic.
I decided to put a low-profile cushion on the chair – my buddy Leland from Revive designs helped me out with that. I had the idea to sew magnets into the bottom corner of the cushion so that it would stay in place without the use of typical strings. Fancy.
I used this cool indian blanket style fabric that I had lying around. When you’re a hoarder, there’s always something lying around.
This is what the chair looks like with colored paper on the wall. ^
This is what the chair looks like when the sun is low in the sky – mysterious.