Tensegrity structures consist of three-dimensional systems of rigid bodies (bars), which are stabilized by inserting tensile elements (strings) between them (“tensegrity architecture”, refer, e.g., to Skelton, R. E. and de Oliveira, M. C., Tensegrity Systems, Springer, 2010). Such structures attract the interest of artists and researchers operating in many different areas, including engineering, architecture and biology, because of their beauty and their special ability to serve as light-weight and deployable systems.
NEWMATT designs furniture such as lamps, outdoor and landscape lightings, bed frames, table frames, chairs and ornaments, which incorporate tensegrity structures/elements.
Our design philosophy mixes creativity, mathematics and computational mechanics, in order to achieve optimal shapes according to given mechanical, functional and aesthetic criteria.
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