Another case of happenstance. I come across the Tetris Chair by Gabriel Cañas on Coroflot Portfolio and all of a sudden the more popular design blogs happen having done the same at approximately the same time….
Tetris is a novel piece of furniture, inspired by the famous video game and the constructivism. The interesting thing about Tetris is its design fun, consisting of the five existing parts in the game converted to a three-dimensional version invites you to be one component of the chair.
Tetris is made of independent modules fiberglass for efficient production that results in a lightweight, eye-catching and durable.
About Gabriel Cañas
Gabriel Cañas is an Industrial Designer by the “Universidad Autonoma Metropilitana” with great interest in Interior Design, Architectonic Illumination and Packaging, this interest has taken him to participate in contests such as “Envase Estelar 2007” in which the package â€œSevenâ€ won the first place. Also the contest “Dimueble 2008” in wich he result finalist with the project â€œRuguettaâ€. In the professional aspect he realised professional practices during 2005 in the Department of Design of the Sports Area of TV Azteca time in which he discovered his interest in animation and 3D modeling. At the beginning of 2008 he was invited to work at Zebra Studio as a Junior Industrial Designer. In the present his working at DiseÃ±o Visual, company dedicated to the manufacture of exhibition furniture and points of purchase for diferent clients such as Unilever, Sharp, EA, among others and in which he contributes with concepts, ideas, presentations and production of design pieces. In the short term Gabriel plans to realise master studies in Interior Design or Architectonic Illumination.
Interesting to see how a chair makes the rounds on internet or is “curated” like the cribcandy guys and girls like to say:
- waylou (Oct 26).
- GearFuse (Oct 26) via waylou.
- Neatorama (Oct 26) via GearFuse.
- Geeky Gadgets (Oct 27) via Neatorama.
- Gizmodo(Oct 27) via GearFuse and via Neatorama.
- technabob (Oct 28) via Geeky Gadgets
- Kotaku via technabob
- Go Nintendo via Kotaku
Oops I pressed the publish button a bit too early: More Tetris Chair Wars to follow:-)