How creative and sustainable can generative design be?

The Tamu Chair prototype uses as little space and material as possible, pushing the boundaries of what a clever dialogue between man and machine can produce.

The result of the dialogue between designer and machine, Tamu is a foldable chair which takes up less space and the least amount of material possible to make.

The ‘Tamu Chair’ prototype uses as little space and material as possible, pushing the boundaries of what a clever dialogue between man and machine can produce.

Design: Patrick Jouin

www.patrickjouin.com

The design has got originally published in the Special Milan Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine. It is part of the 100 Designs from across the world captured at Milan Design Week 2019. 

We invite designers from around the world to share their creations with us at press@surfacesreporter.com 

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