An Amazing Chair That Uses Floating Structural Compression to Hold a Person’s Seated Weight

A woodworker from The Q (previously) shows how to build a chair that employs tensegrity structure principles to support the weight of a seated human. The floating structural compression allows both the wood and rope to act as if they have the same structural composition and rigidity. And it looks really cool.

If you have ropes and wood – you can build a floating tensegrity chair based on tension! It was a pretty difficult project, but the result is amazing!