A series of chairs from New Colony Furniture explores the illusion of hard to soft, with materials and surfaces that appear hard but upon closer inspection and touch are in fact soft and squidgy. A crackled effects using reclaimed cypress, cement, reticulated foam is just one of their unique design. Beauty of imperfection springs to mind!

 

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