LOCATION: Durham, NC
PROJECT COST: $0
The Freelon Chair is formed by extending metal cylinders approximately 1.75” in diameter up from a rolling or static base. The cylinder end points increase in number to create a tightly packed grid that forms the seating and chair back surfaces. The end of each cylinder is fitted with a spring or piston device which is covered by leather or other suitable covering. The pistons or springs provide varied levels of resistance. This allows the different parts of the body that come into contact with the seating surface to receive the appropriate amount of support.