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Paper chairs by Junya Ishigami
Despite having the strength to support the weight of a sitting person, these chairs project an impression of being as thin and fragile as paper. The beauty of the shading produced by the varying intensity of the drawings applied to these chairs, which serve as a canvas, mixes with the fineness of the drawn lines, obscuring the boundaries between the chairs and the surrounding space.

Paper chairs by Junya Ishigami

Despite having the strength to support the weight of a sitting person, these chairs project an impression of being as thin and fragile as paper. The beauty of the shading produced by the varying intensity of the drawings applied to these chairs, which serve as a canvas, mixes with the fineness of the drawn lines, obscuring the boundaries between the chairs and the surrounding space.