Inspired by the Rorschach test: Moth chair by Nordic Tales

The chair is cleaved down the center, resulting in a seat that puts minimal pressure onto the spine of the user.

The Moth chair is the first release in the After Eight collection by Nordic Tales, a Scandinavian design company based in Denmark.

The chair is cleaved down the center, resulting in a seat that puts minimal pressure onto the spine of the user—useful for hotels with medical spas. Each ergonomic chair is made using oak plywood and structure-coated steel, which are then interconnected at the back using two corks from a Champagne cork supplier.

The design of each seat was inspired by the Rorschach test of the ink-blotted moth. The Moth chair comes in a choice of three colors: smoked oak, natural oiled oak and white oiled oak.

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