I attended the first annual San Diego Makers Faire and came across this chair at a booth. After speaking with the gentleman about the chair I decided to make one, that very day. On the way home I picked up some Baltic Birch and figured out how to make the cuts. Around 2:00 AM I had it done and sent an image to guy I got the file from.
These chairs look uncomfortable but are the opposite. I’ve sat in them for hours and never had an issue with one. They snap together which means they require no hardware and can be broken down to be flat shipped. The single piece seat and back keeps the chair simple all while giving the chair a sophisticated look.
1/2″ Baltic Birch plywood from a FSC Certified forest in the Baltic Region
Tools & Process
Two chairs fit in one 4×8 sheet, once machined I just sand them and snap them together
A comfortable chair left unfinished to be used as is or stained to any color the customer desires