Osara means dish or plate in Japanese. Plates have subtle depth to it, displaying a structural potential as a seat top as well as a witty aspect, aligning with my design language.
Osara has two bars: one to pull and the other to rest your feet on. The radius on the legs is big enough to be pulled smoothly, while also adding a friendly appeal to the piece. Each pull has a metal tube with a thin wall, fixed before the bends. The simplicity of the structure lowers the production cost and requires almost no pre-tooling.