Anthropomorphic Seat by Sergio Gill

Anthropomorphic Seat by Sergio Gill, Fall 2005. Photography: Alan Harp

Designed as a stylized reclined female figure, the design of this seat utilized many different computer technologies. The female model was scanned with a full body scanner, then the form was stylized in another software program, and made into machinable parts using AlphaCAM software. The seat is made of birch plywood with a tung oil finish.

The seat was a finalist in the 2006 IWF Design Emphasis Competition.

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