Sam Weller's 'Snelson Stool' without any Screw or Nail
Sam Weller is a British designer who was always interested in mechanics and engineering. He has developed 'the snelson stool' on the basic of the principles of tensegrity, and more precisely inspired by sculptural works of Kenneth Snelson’s. The construction allows holding together exact number of elements by virtue of using tension, just as in the concept of tensegrity. So in the production process was not used any screw or nail. Different american hardwoods are used in the construction, among them are white oak, cherry, black walnut and ash, which are distinguished by their strength. Through the use of different types of wood a variety of color variations of the chairs is available. The combination of colors leads to an unexpectedly elegant and beautiful results.