“The rule is mixing them up every time and trying to put them together”
I. Calvino, The invisible cities – Clarice
The Clarice chair combines the industrial production with the unicity of each piece, always similar to each other but never the same. It’s construction is similar to the one of a structural wooden element.
Several little wooden pieces and boards are united to make a mother block. After it is consolidated, an automatic milling machine gives to the mother block the shape of the chair. Clarice is built by several little pieces that reduce the scrap. the chair could be made also with pieces that remained after other manufacturing.