What if the most important structural parts of a chair are replaced by plastic clay? And how would the same chair look by simply altering the proportions of these connecting parts, while retaining the basic surfaces (hence the name Tre di Una, meaning “three from one”). This family of chairs are formed from a generic beech chair that is taken apart, and then pieced together again by colorful, plasticine-like clay connections, giving it a new and fresh character.
Hailing from Singapore, Hunn Wai studied in NUS before completing a Masters in Design Academy Eindhoven under the tutelage of Droog co-founder Gijs Bakker. You can find more of his craft-leaning designs over at his website.