Unique Invisible Chair Furniture with Fantastic Metal Legs, Cut Chair

June 01, 2011 By: yoseph Category: creative and uniquely of art furniture design

Unique invisible chair furniture created with fantastic metal legs in optical illusion. This unique chair is named Cut Chair. Invisible chair is made by Peter Brisbol. He gives new innovative idea to get amazing feeling at first time to see this fantastic furniture. Metal legs in tube become great support for the chair. A plate concealed by a thick carpet make a robust cantilevered seat. Three legs looks disappear or cut with so perfect. It seems magically missing. Unique chair has invisible legs. Creative idea was applied in this fantastic furniture. Even it looks like has missing metal legs but it offers comfy seating at any time. This invisible chair is able to be climbed and seated by big man. It has great strength. Peter Brisbol Cut Chair offers new idea of unique chair as fantastic furniture in modern life style. Invisible chair concept was prepared in perfect and proper plan. All serve to provide awesome design of Cut Chair. Strong metal legs support the stand of chair. It needs detail and high concentration to offer unique and eye catching of optical illusion in the form of new furniture design. Attractive and innovative idea!

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