Chair with Sexy Curves Constructed Entirely from Two Pieces of Plywood

This gracefully curving wooden chair is one of the latest pieces exquisitely crafted by designer Alejandro Estrada. The Pipo Chair, produced for sale by Guatemalan manufacturer Piegatto, was imagined to utilize wood as the sole material for the entire design.

Flaring out at the arms, the layers widen and separate slightly to let light pass through its sides and show off the piece's gentle, natural contours. The whole chair was built out of 29 wooden strands cut from only two pieces of plywood, creating a finished product that is not only charmingly simple but economical. Finally, a matte polyurethane finish is added to provide a small range of classic color options and a subtle, crisp sheen.

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