by Kevin Hviid Studio Denmark

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HULA is a playful reference to the hula hoop ring. Inscribed within a circle and square, the construction of HULA is inspired by the iconic Vitruvian Man drawing. A light construction with a great volume. The look transforms depending on the angle from which the chair is viewed.

By its four superimposed steel circles (diameter 150 cm), HULA encompasses the bodily movements and its rhythm. The circles cross in two directions and create eight cross points. In three of the circles, a horizontal iron bar creates stabilization, and holds the seat and back of the chair. Straps between the cross pieces make a very nice seating.

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Kevin Hviid (born 1978), Danish born architect, graduated from the Royal Danish academy of fine arts, School of architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark.   Lives and work in Copenhagen on interdisciplinary projects through art, design and architecture. The driving force of his work is an experimenting passion for architectural design, and a playful approach towards form and a fondness for the unexpected. Through interdisciplinary projects, he uses creativity as a tool for innovation and change, questioning deep-rooted traditions, creating space for new ways of thinking and acting.
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