The use of repeated forms, efficient uses of materials, and alternative methods of construction are integrated in this piece.
The legs and back of the chair are cut from two pieces of Baltic birch plywood. That, coupled with the economy of shape used in the piece gives it the potential to be easily manufactured using mass-production techniques.
The chair is held together using only three threaded steel rods, and a handful of washers and nuts. The tension of the nuts tightened on opposite sides of the chair lend it structural rigidity.