Flower Chair
       
     
 The chair was originally conceived of in a competition run through the University of New South Wales IDES student program. The original concept used wood and perforated recycled rubber for the seat panels which were later changed for rolled powder coated panels and a polished stainless steel frame. 
       
     
 Allowing the chair to swivel on its center axis, in combination with considered spacing, allows the chair to function as a communal seating arrangement or a solitary one.  The arching circular beam protects and embraces the seated person, and the powder coated seat panels move dynamically, thanks to the seat being suspended midair by playground ropes.
       
     
 The Flower Chair won the Street Furniture Australia ‘Sense of Place’ student competition in 2013 and was developed in-house at SFA. A prototype was unveiled at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects festival, October 27th 2016.
       
     
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  Street Furniture Australia, Sense of Place Outdoor Furniture Competition, 2013,  Winner
       
     
Flower Chair
       
     
Flower Chair

In collaboration with Street Furniture Australia, the Flower Chair is a new kind of outdoor lounge chair, inspired by playground architecture and designed to enhance and uplift public spaces.

For pricing and international availability, please see the product page here.

 The chair was originally conceived of in a competition run through the University of New South Wales IDES student program. The original concept used wood and perforated recycled rubber for the seat panels which were later changed for rolled powder coated panels and a polished stainless steel frame. 
       
     

The chair was originally conceived of in a competition run through the University of New South Wales IDES student program. The original concept used wood and perforated recycled rubber for the seat panels which were later changed for rolled powder coated panels and a polished stainless steel frame. 

 Allowing the chair to swivel on its center axis, in combination with considered spacing, allows the chair to function as a communal seating arrangement or a solitary one.  The arching circular beam protects and embraces the seated person, and the powder coated seat panels move dynamically, thanks to the seat being suspended midair by playground ropes.
       
     

Allowing the chair to swivel on its center axis, in combination with considered spacing, allows the chair to function as a communal seating arrangement or a solitary one.

The arching circular beam protects and embraces the seated person, and the powder coated seat panels move dynamically, thanks to the seat being suspended midair by playground ropes.

 The Flower Chair won the Street Furniture Australia ‘Sense of Place’ student competition in 2013 and was developed in-house at SFA. A prototype was unveiled at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects festival, October 27th 2016.
       
     

The Flower Chair won the Street Furniture Australia ‘Sense of Place’ student competition in 2013 and was developed in-house at SFA. A prototype was unveiled at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects festival, October 27th 2016.

Prototype_1.jpg
       
     
Presentation Chair.349.jpg
       
     
prototype_2.JPG
       
     
  Street Furniture Australia, Sense of Place Outdoor Furniture Competition, 2013,  Winner
       
     

Street Furniture Australia, Sense of Place Outdoor Furniture Competition, 2013, Winner