Elka by Oscar Pipson is a bar stool inspired by the Cervidae (deer family), specifically the way that the antlers grow and join, along with its tall, aggressive stance. Using transitional geometry and multi-axis CNC machining, the Elka is made of Beech wood.

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Elka’s beauty is in the subtle details and smooth curves juxtaposed with its sharp edges – just like a deer’s antlers.

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Elka was a digital fabrication project undertaken at Victoria University of Wellington, School of Design, under the supervision of Lecturer Tim Miller and Tutor Alex Buckman.