DMY 2012: gap chair by oliver reinecke.
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Designed to meet the needs of live/work spaces, Oliver Reinecke‘s elegant Gap chair is hybrid that can function as an office or dining chair. The chair is shipped in parts and requires user assembly, but with very few components it’s an easy build. This element also allows the user to decide on one of several available configurations.
The Gap chair works nicely with Reinecke’s Hyde table, a simple, streamlined work table with sheet steal legs and a table top with an embedded electronics and cord organizer. Both of these pieces were shown at both Milan and DMY and attracted a fair share of attention for their attention to line and materials.
Reinecke was recently awarded a scholarship from the IKEA Foundation and he currently works freelance at Burge Giebichenstein, Halle, as an Interior Architect and Assistant for new materials and technologies.