Layer Seating, a modular furniture design concept of frames and shells by Dustin Lee.

Dustin Lee is a creative industrial and product designer who lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. His Layer Seating system is an outstanding exploration of intuitive, functional, and simply good looking furniture design. The modular system of frames and shells is well suited for both public and private spaces. Furthermore, his Layer Seating collection shows how a basic form can be extended across a functional family of diverse seating products including a single-seat, double-seat, and diverse tri-seat variants. Please read more below the following image.

Modular seating system of frames and shells.
Modular seating system of frames and shells.

Based on a standardized frame system, the complete family utilizes one uniform molded polyamide framing system allowing the shells to be stacked and configured in different combinations. The project is an exploration of modern materials and a variety of manufacturing processes. The shells are made from highly recyclable PET bottles, which results in a durable construction with unique characteristics.

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Designed for both public and private use.
Designed for both public and private use.
Close up of the modern material.
Close up of the modern material.
Created using a molded polyamide framing system.
Created using a molded polyamide framing system.
The frames' standardized curvature allows the shells to be stacked and configured in a variety of unique combinations.
The frames’ standardized curvature allows the shells to be stacked and configured in a variety of unique combinations.
Shell and frame shapes that look great in varying seating lengths.
Shell and frame shapes that look great in varying seating lengths.

All images © by Dustin Lee. Feel free to discover more industrial and interior design projects on WE AND THE COLOR.

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