Interlux Chair by Manfred Kielnhofer



German designer Manfred Kielnhofer designed this chair of plexiglass and light tubes. What an eye catcher!
Light art object or cosy chair? Get two features in one. Once put in the lobby, in the hall or in your shop – the interlux (or plexi-tube) chair will be the perfect eye catcher.

You can also change the light tubes easily – so you can change the colours and enjoy different atmospheres. Try a fresh green in spring, a warm orange in autumn and a golden shine at Christmas!

More photos of the interlux chair are included in a page about Kielnhofer's similar chair made of tubes fashioned from recycled newspapers. Link

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Looks like something the guys in the stockroom of the plastics shop whipped together. "hey, let's throw in these flouro lamps. Give it that edginess it needs."
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it's not even art since it has a function other than itself.....
so it's a failure in all aspects...not cozy and not art. just a bunch of tubes glued together with some lights thrown in the "arms"
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