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Miha Bevc and Jan barič

http://www.jb-design-architecture.com

Tavčarjeva street, Celje, Slovenia
After graduation, we, as a former classmate at the arts gymnasium in Celje, decided to study in related directions. Miha completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts - Industrial Design, while Jan graduated in Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture. We continued our joint creation from high school years after completing the study. This year we created a joint project - chair H.

H-chair


Designed by Miha Bevc and Jan Barič

H-chair


Designed by Miha Bevc and Jan Barič
“H-Chair”: a contemporary furniture inspired from Mid-Century design.”
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This chair has been designed as a combination of the mid-20th century design lines and modern design inspirations. In spite of its revolutionary form, its comfort and ergonomics play the most prominent role. We have taken an advantage of the wood flexibility and consequently managed to combine form and usability. One is encouraged to sit properly due to the special form of the chair’s upper part. These handmade chairs are produced in our workshop by means of traditional carpentry techniques. The products are made of the Slovenian wood (oak, walnut tree) as well as tropical wood (African Mahogany or Red Khaya wood). The two of us have carried out the project ourselves – from a sketch and three prototypes to the final custom-made products.

H-chair


Designed by Miha Bevc and Jan Barič

H-chair


Designed by Miha Bevc and Jan Barič
“H-Chair”: a contemporary furniture inspired from Mid-Century design.”
File under
Type of project
  • Practical problems

This chair has been designed as a combination of the mid-20th century design lines and modern design inspirations. In spite of its revolutionary form, its comfort and ergonomics play the most prominent role. We have taken an advantage of the wood flexibility and consequently managed to combine form and usability. One is encouraged to sit properly due to the special form of the chair’s upper part. These handmade chairs are produced in our workshop by means of traditional carpentry techniques. The products are made of the Slovenian wood (oak, walnut tree) as well as tropical wood (African Mahogany or Red Khaya wood). The two of us have carried out the project ourselves – from a sketch and three prototypes to the final custom-made products.


Idea by

Miha Bevc and Jan barič
Tavčarjeva street
Celje
Slovenia
After graduation, we, as a former classmate at the arts gymnasium in Celje, decided to study in related directions. Miha completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts - Industrial Design, while Jan graduated in Urbanism at the Faculty of Architecture. We continued our joint creation from high school years after completing the study. This year we created a joint project - chair H.