The Geode Chair is a near-perfect combination of high and low design.  A synthesis of the "tensegrity" principles championed by R. Buckminster Fuller, and the humble but beloved Adirondack chair.  Like its namesake, the Geode is possessed with an inner beauty that reveals itself slowly to the user.   The construction techniques of the Geode chair are borrowed from a modern boat building technique known as "stitch and glue".  The combination of age-old materials and concepts with modern design and production techniques results in an extremely lightweight yet durable piece suitable for any interior or exterior application.