Stainless Steel Tubular Chair

A curvaceous chair made from stainless steel tubes ordinarily used for car exhaust pipes, designed to celebrate traditionally concealed joinery and welding, cast and finished in Andu Masebo’s Hoxton studio. Limited quantity of ten available.

H660cm x W550cm x D620cm

Made in N1, from Stainless steel, Recycled chip rubber

£700

Product story

The design of Andu Masebo’s Tubular Chair is a result of many conversations with car exhaust manufacturers. Working around the limitations of machines and thanks to Andu’s innovative design thinking, two sections of stainless steel tubes have been bent and joined to create this voluptuous curved frame. Andu wanted to utilise the focused expertise of these exhaust manufacturers, deliberately making a feature of the typically concealed tig weld.

Manufacturing story

The seat itself is made of recycled chip rubber often found in the automotive industry, which Andu cast around a metal plate and connected to the stainless steel frame in his Hoxton studio.

Manufacturing story

The seat itself is made of recycled chip rubber often found in the automotive industry, which Andu cast around a metal plate and connected to the stainless steel frame in his Hoxton studio.
Andu Masebo

Andu Masebo

Andu Masebo is a designer with a background in carpentry, ceramics and metalwork fabrication. With experience rooted in the practicalities of making things, his work is informed by an interest in the way objects come to be, and the wider systems within which they sit.

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