Sound Chair


Matthew Plummer Fernandez’s ‘Sound Chair’ is the 3-dimensional interpretation of a sound wave graph brought to life. Visually – it’s lovely, conceptually – it’s intriguing, but the thing just looks uncomfortable and I’m pretty sure I would end up breaking all those little tips offs one way or another.

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2 Responses to “Sound Chair”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi, thanks for including my work on your blog, you are right about the lack of comfort and spikes breaking but this is becuase the current version is in a prototype material – expanded polystyrene. Developement has started on the next version made from either polyethylene or self-skinning foam, which will make the spikes spongy, longlasting and comfortable to sit on. The future models will be ready and on show at designersblock – london design festival, and possibly also at the maison and objet fair in Paris. I’ll be presenting some new work too so watch this space.
    thanks

    MPF

  2. jaime says:

    Hi Matthew,

    Thanks for the info – spongy spikes, oo-la-la…the final touch for a very cool chair. Feel free to email me new photos or updates when you have them and I’ll be happy to post them.