Spidy is a metal chair with wooden seat, made in 3d with square tube laser cutting: laser cutting on the tube allows the creation of multiple slots that make the object easier to bend and weld. A form of difficult realization through traditional instruments.
Achieve the best possible combination of functionality and aesthetics through the use of technology: this is one of the challenges that a designer has to face. The goal is always the same: to shape the interaction between the material and the most advanced tools that technology offers not as the antithesis of traditional instruments, but as an evolution of these. Like Spidy, a chair made entirely through an industrial process , which recall the craftsmanship of bistro chairs.