By bending three abstract labile planes along this trajectory and intersecting them, a structural entity is emerging. The two-dimensional line becomes a spatial object, which on its turn creates complex three-dimensional curves. Nevertheless, the physical presence of one line highlights the simplicity of the narrative.
As we are naturally drawn to light, 3mm thin tempered steel plates let the observer discover the ever-changing soft materiality of light framed by the sharp edges. The object becomes the center of a three-dimensional experience characterized by the ambiguity of it not being strictly design, art or architecture. It results in a piece so striking in geometric simplicity, almost as if… you designed it yourself. The One Curve Steel Chair has everything to become iconic.