When it comes to modern design, I am a heavy proponent of organic shapes, sleek lines, and progressive materials. The Kloe Seat, designed by Marco Acerbis, incorporates precisely those elements. The chair is produced in either polyethylene or nylon, and can be placed both indoors or outdoors. The chair is manufactured through a plastic production process called rotational molding. The form is peculiar in that, near the seating level on the side of the chair, it looks as if the surface implodes on itself. This not only produces a sophisticated aesthetic appeal, but also encourages a contrasting shadow in which the entirety of the structure cannot be seen when looking straight at it.