The Gaudi Chair by Dutch designer Bram Geenen is the definition of the term “architectural furniture”. A unique chair developed based on the same scientific method used to create some of the world’s most impressive architectural monuments.
Drawing inspiration from the work of Antoní Gaudi, Bram Geenen combined historical genius with cutting-edge digital technology to create these striking, minimalist stools and chairs.
Antoní Gaudi developed a unique method for determining structural rigidity. He made models of hanging chains, that upside-down showed him the strongest shape for his churches. Essentially Gaudi was letting gravity determine the strongest and most logical shape for withstanding forces.