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April 10, 2014
Torsten Sherwood's Homage chair combines the simplicity of vernacular design with open-source developments.
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Torsten Sherwood's Homage chair was originally designed for the Sesame Seed Project, an open-source design website. It is part of a series of designs made from standard sections of wood. By cutting the sections to length and screwing them together, anyone can put these chairstogether them quickly and cheaply. Photo courtesy of Torsten Sherwood.

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The chair's design was inspired by the work of Enzo Mari. Photo courtesy of Torsten Sherwood.
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The structure of the chair is simple; it is joined by lap joints. Photo courtesy of Torsten Sherwood.

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Sherwood is presenting his new furniture collection at Milan Design Week's Salone Satellite, in Booth D19, from April 8 to 14.

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Torsten Sherwood's Homage chair was originally designed for the Sesame Seed Project, an open-source design website. It is part of a series of designs made from standard sections of wood. By cutting the sections to length and screwing them together, anyone can put these chairstogether them quickly and cheaply. Photo courtesy of Torsten Sherwood.

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