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The Janus Chairs by Ryder Architecture

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Janus Chairs was created as one of six sculptural shelters at Kielder Water & Forest Park, northern Europe’s largest man made lake and England’s largest forest.

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The three one piece chairs (H2.3mxW1.2mxL2.3m, H2.7mxW1.8mxL3.1m, H3.3mx W2.4mxL3.8m) can be rotated toward a favourite view, into the sun, away from the wind or toward each other to form a family group.

They are made from laminated Douglas fir from the Scottish borders with polished stainless steel backs. Facing inward they are the closed bud of a flower, rotated outward they come into full bloom.

On approach, and when seen from other positions around the lake, they are one sculpture, their different but related forms providing a constantly changing composition depending on their relative positioning.

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Designer: Ryder Architecture, Location: North East England, Information: Source
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