The Lemma Chair, developed for Sayawa and Moroni by Dominique Perrault and Gaelle Lauriot-Provost, finds inspiration in the repetition of basic modules in architecture. The blade are sculpted to reflect this repetition, and to form the seat as well as create interplay with space.

While the conceptual theory is more complex than the finished reality (the Lemma Chair is a rather basic form with minimal intrigue) there is something somewhat comforting about the simplicity of the final product. (via DB).

Full looks at the Lemma  Chair after the jump.

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