A chair between firmament and earth
This project aims to define the Israeli chair,
with its design examining the answers to this question
within the triangle of man, culture, and nature.
The chair, as part of the landscape in which it is present, remembers its roots and grows into a new culture.
The chair's height is close to the ground, and its seat is wide, providing a long, extended sitting experience connected
to our base - the ground.
Iron and cotton represent the local and simple, while the curves of the chair's rods legs contrast with the landscape,
yet allowing the air to move through it.
With the combination of everything altogether, I present a phrasing to the answer - An Israeli chair.