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Sander Mulder | Pythagoras

Furniture Sander Mulder | Pythagoras

Sander Mulder | PythagorasInspired by Origami techniques from the past, a plain sheet of aluminum is laser cut, and then bend into the final product.The triangulated lines serve both aesthetics and function, and this chairs sturdiness and comfort will surprise time and time again. Made up from only 3 different parts, this chair displays furniture design in its purest form.

Sander Mulder | PythagorasA powder coat finish is used to finalize the aesthetic and structural characteristics. Available in all RAL colours with oak or aluminum legs (suitable for outdoor use).

Sander Mulder | Pythagoras

Sander Mulder | PythagorasDesign: Sander Mulder
Colour(s): available in all RAL colours
Dimensions (HxWXD): 79 x 55 x 55 cm
Weight: 3 kg
Material: aluminium, oak
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