The Lucy Chair seeks to engage the room by drawing the eye from the chair outward into the space. The chair features a 1.5mm sheet of airplane plywood that has been laser cut and bent into the frame.
The Lucy Chair was born out of restriction and experimentation. Restriction being the defined material, solid wood, and its innate properties and capabilities. Experimentation being the technique of using an extremely thin piece of cut, bent plywood as the support and main element of a chair.
This chair was designed and produced by Darlene Molnar in collaboration with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad and the Royal Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark.