Having a defined methodology and the broad strokes for recognisable trademarks established, the second act in the Paper Plane collection commences with the tables. The instinctive next step to follow chairs has to be tables. The Credenza with its multiple apertures pushes the limits of the design a little further. In contrast the Coffee Table finds the perfect harmony between all the elements that make the Paper Plane range what it is.
This range was born from the idea to break the mold and step away from the expected geometry and trends of 3D printed furniture.
To inspire the next generation of large format printed furnishings and be original. To comply with these ideas, the restoration of defined legs stands as the foundation for the designs and consequently becomes one of the trademarks and what is referred to as Paper Plane. Also seen throughout the range are the visible printer lines creating an identity for the item like a piece of wood with veins.
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Size and Color
(LxWxH in mm) 900x900x460.
A beige color originating from the wood fibers used to 3D print the chair. This item also exists in a fishnet (green), EPDM rubber (black), and rPETg (grey transparent).
Keep in mind that the item is sold in a raw format, meaning without any specific treatment. After treatment such as lacquer can be made upon request.
Material & Care
Made with 50% wood fiber from Stora Enso and 50% PP.
Each item is unique and differences in continuity are to be expected.
Handle with care. Can withstand heat and water to a certain degree however the color might change. It can be compared to outdoor wood furniture.
Suitable for both indoors and outdoors.
The chair is made and designed in Sweden.
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