Marionettist - SuperForm
SuperForm course Imperial College - Royal College of Arts.
The marionette chair is a concept that utilizes cables to adjust the position of the chair. By manipulating the tension of these cables, the chair can be moved into a variety of different positions until the user finds a suitable position for their needs. Once the desired position is achieved, the connectors are welded in place to hold the chair securely in that position. One of the unique features of the marionette chair is that the same set of parts can be used to create different individual chairs. This allows each chair to be a one-of-a-kind piece.