Splinter Chairs
       
     
 Splinter consists of two interlocking chairs that part along a line of jagged and seemingly broken wood slats. The concept evokes the common fragility of relationships, fortunately in this case the chairs get back together merging elegantly to form a single bench.    The teak planks are fastened to the structure with hidden fasteners to give it an elegant look. The teak set functions well both indoors and out.
       
     
 © Copyright 2016, Matthew Kroeker
       
     
Splinter Chairs
       
     
Splinter Chairs

2005

Manufacturer: Jane Hamley Wells
Materials: plantation grown teak, stainless steel

 Splinter consists of two interlocking chairs that part along a line of jagged and seemingly broken wood slats. The concept evokes the common fragility of relationships, fortunately in this case the chairs get back together merging elegantly to form a single bench.    The teak planks are fastened to the structure with hidden fasteners to give it an elegant look. The teak set functions well both indoors and out.
       
     

Splinter consists of two interlocking chairs that part along a line of jagged and seemingly broken wood slats. The concept evokes the common fragility of relationships, fortunately in this case the chairs get back together merging elegantly to form a single bench.  

The teak planks are fastened to the structure with hidden fasteners to give it an elegant look. The teak set functions well both indoors and out.

 © Copyright 2016, Matthew Kroeker
       
     

© Copyright 2016, Matthew Kroeker