Ashigaru chair by Koloskov Dmitry



Behind the back of today's trends in design and art is the East with its amazing aesthetics. Today Ashigaru is on our menu, a "dish" that has its own character and inner content. Ashigaru (Japanese "light-footed", that is, "not covered by armor") - simple light infantry of the Japanese armies of the late Middle Ages. This chair is also lightweight, straightforward, structured, with a furious inner filling. It can taste like wood, metal or plastic, but the first test model was made of 5mm cardboard and passed all the tests for durability and aesthetics. Then the chair was made of 4mm plywood and painted black. The last metamorphosis was the replacement of the cross sections with transparent plastic, which gave a new perception from different angles.