Torus Chair

"In geometry, a torus (pl. tori) is, generally speaking, a doughnut-shaped object."

Starting as a napkin sketch this chair is one step beyond Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Barrel chair. The footprint matches perfectly, but the chair has been exploded into a Toroid.

The chair has one hundred three, mortise and tenons cut into solid quarter-sawn white oak. The chair is hand-finished with shellac, polyurethane varnish and then rubbed with wax. This particular chair has traveled cross country participating in shows and exhibitions.

Dimensions: 40 inches high
40 inches wide
30 inches deep

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Made in Seattle, WA

By Reid Eric Anderson

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