(January 11, 2016) This design gains inspiration from Donald Judd’s exploration of ‘objects as they exist in space’. The curves employed on the undersides add a further dimension by lightening the visual and physical weight. This creates a surprisingly thin appearance and yet provides structure where it’s most needed.
The chair consists of a total of three joints. This simplicity aids the aesthetics, structure and function alongside production efficiency.
The name is a nod to Liam's great grandparent and generations of Hamra Furniture makers. Hamra Furniture was established by George and Joseph Hamra in Adelaide, South Australia in 1927.