Segmented Ribbon probes how three-dimensional volumes converted to two-dimensional slicing mechanisms evokes a graphic framework that functions as a reinterpretation of the original object.
During the process of dismantling and deconstructing existing pieces of furniture within digital software, generating it through another slicing software to create a graphical skeleton, the original chair becomes obsolete and only served its proportional function.
The complete piece exists out of several shapes connected with half-lap joints. This joint technique is one of the earliest approaches to furniture making as it provides high strength. Applying this particular skill to contemporary furniture gives it an authentic yet digital presence.