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For the design of the chair B1001, we had as base the Street chair (designed by Claudio M. Fonseca). We kept the materials (steel sheet and tubular steel) and his character stackable. Still, as a reference, we seek to Marcel Breuers pioneering use of tubular steel chairs and the way of his work. The way in which key elements of design (lines and planes) functionally interact in three-dimensional field and timelessness are reflected in the B1001. Through analysis of various interaction contexts, theoretical and experimental materials, we come finally to the B1001, a chair with a lightweight design, in contrast to the nature of steel.
Centro Universitário SENAC
São Paulo, Brazil
Carolina Peev Campana
São Paulo/SP, Brazil
Carolina Peev Campana, Diogo Araujo, Cybelle Silveira de Lima Honda and Cristiane Marquez Patrão