The Reverb Chair that was designed by Brodie Neill made of nickel plated aluminum.
Hand-formed and mirror-polished from sheet aluminum, the single inverted skin evolves to provide function, yet is poised in a sculpturally dynamic poses. The highly reflective surface amplifies the tapering typology through a transition from the curvaceous seat into elliptical vortex of the back stabilizer. Inspired by the reverberation of sound, the Reverb Chair’s membrane Outward flows before returning back into itself. Born from the pursuit to push materials to their limits, the fluting form is both seamless in structure as it is in surface.
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