dutch designer floris wubben has collaborated with artist bauke fokkema to create 'upside down', a chair that is crafted in its entirety from an inverted willow tree. the entwining mass of twigs provides enough stability to support both the remnants of the tree and the user.
follicles and branches that stem from the trunk are twisted and
splinted into place to form four legs. the seat and back are carved from the bole, conforming to the tree's natural silhouette.