CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF KINESIS, PRINTED JAN. 1, 2009 David Moser talks about how his latest design came to fruition in this short 4 minute video (after watching the video, scroll down for more details)... The signature arms of the Kinesis Chair are milled from three matched pieces of solid wood with the edges polished until they pour in a seemingly continuous curve that echoes throughout the entire frame and base of this remarkable piece. A compound, complex curve anchors the frame and the cupped seat, a shape repeated again in the Ottoman. In a celebration of complementary materials, a star-shaped bronze base?cast at a local foundry?provides solid enduring support and grounds the momentum of the piece. Wrapped leather or suede cloth upholstery further accentuates the curvilinear design. Taken as a whole, the Kinesis Chair and Ottoman combine three basic materials that have enriched mankind?s evolution from the dawn of civilization: wood, leather, and bronze. Chair and Ottoman are available in cherry or walnut.