Dutch designer Marleen Kaptein has partnered with design brand Label/Breed to create a chair from ribbons of robotically wrapped carbon fibre. The designer worked with the Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) and its automated fibre placement robot in the creation of the furniture. The machine usually creates parts for aircraft and spacecraft, and lays several separate strips of carbon fibre in different directions. The robot can adapt each strand as required for specific products, meaning there's less waste. Kaptein, who also runs design agency Kaptein Roodnat, started out with a dragonfly wing-shaped section, using it to determine the curves and maximum thickness of the final chair. The chair features a grid-patterned seat and back, supported by a framework of compressed recycled carbon. Kaptein hopes to make further chairs that will create a continuous pattern when placed side-by-side.
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