Inspired by the iconic Eames Lounge Chair, architect Ricardo Garza Marcos has interpreted and designed his very own version made of bent plywood – the Cuatro Chair. Although the resulting shape of Cuatro is familiar to the Eames Lounger, the construction and assembly is very different. Cuatro is made of 4 moulded plywood pieces – one for the foot rest, one for the main back and seat and two for the armrests which also wrap around the back providing support for the entire piece. Expertly and painstakingly put together by hand, each plywood piece is made of 28 super thin layers of veneer which are set into moulds and left to dry for two weeks. The final veneer finish is applied after. The chair has an elegant contemporary appeal, great for modern interior schemes. Get more information at Ricardo Garza Marcos Design.