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The form of Actinia Chair is generated by T-Spline, mimicking the sea creature Actinia. The waffle structure of the chair brings light weight and strong rigidity by having intersected plywood panels that are cut by lasercutters according to the shapes generated by Grasshopper for Rhino 3D. The ergonomic design brings comfort to the users, allowing them to have various comfortable sitting positions.


The chair is currently donated to the faculty of architecture at McGill University in Montreal and placed in the computer lab on the first floor in Macdonald Harrington Building.

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