"Megaweave" is an interwoven wrought iron outdoor seat created by Luxembourg designer Dunja Weber. Hammered by hand, the sections of hot iron were made into thin strips. Six rings thus intersect to create the structure and draw the volume of this seat which is both contemporary and immemorial.

On this project, Dunja Weber explains:

"To carry out this plane it has-been Necessary to make the MOST of the malleability of the red-hot iron in order to put the technical textile into an oversized scale, intertwining horizontal and vertical iron sections. Using the strength of the hammer and a great manual skill, the 2 cm sections-have-been Transformed into 7 cm wide strips to create a comfortable seat. As if by magic, textile Unlike fiber That stay soft, the iron sections ounce They are cooled, Become stiff again and create an extremely solid frame. The seat Megaweave is created with only six rings intertwined in this way, a lot of sweat and craft ability. "

For more information, visit the website Dunja Weber.

Source: Contemporist


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