Club 104 Solid Walnut

This is the second CNC milled solid walnut version in the new 104% Club series. The original Searching Club model is 4% smaller compared to the new version, hence the 104% club name. We divided the model into a set of fitting slabs to enable the creation of this piece. With precise CNC technology we…

104% Club Solid Wood

This is the first CNC milled solid wood version in the new 104% Club series. The original Searching Club model is a bit smaller compared to the White Wood prototype. We divided the model into a set of fitting slabs to enable the creation of this piece. With precise CNC technology we milled the various…

Double Chaise Longue

THE LATEST WORK OF ARTIST AND DESIGNER MAX JUNGBLUT IN HIS LONG-TERM RESEARCH PROJECT SEARCHING CLUB SERIES IS THE DOUBLE CHAISE LOUNGE. With his new long-term research project Searching Club, artist and designer Max Jungblut embarks on a new exploratory journey into the tensions between artistic autonomy and economic, capitalist production processes. This new series,…

Searching Club 2.0.4

Recently, Jungblut initiated a special edition of nine chairs (SC 2.0.1 – SC 2.0.9) that he produces with Wouter Storm (Dutch Chairmen). 3D-Robotprinting executes this innovative production. This is the first upholstered version of the Searching Club 2. This model is going to be offered in the following versions: • The standard version in Polyethylene…

3D ROBOT PRINTED SEARCHING CLUB 2.0.2

Jungblut has been developing a series of one-seater chairs since 2014, based on artisan expertise. The plywood skeleton has been provided with a bendywood sub skin, on which the smoothly finished top layer shows the detailed tile patterned lining of discarded battens. Because the resulting smooth, round shape proved not to be practical for transport,…

3D ROBOT PRINTED SEARCHING CLUB 2.0.1

Jungblut has been developing a series of one-seater chairs since 2014, based on artisan expertise. The plywood skeleton has been provided with a bendywood sub skin, on which the smoothly finished top layer shows the detailed tile patterned lining of discarded battens. Because the resulting smooth, round shape proved not to be practical for transport,…

THIS IS NOT A CHAIR TOO

Within his long-term research project Searching Chairs, artist and designer Max Jungblut (Maastricht, 1966) explores the boundaries between artistic autonomy and economic, capitalist production processes. The work titled "This is not a chair too" tells the story of the thin line between art and design. This work never had the actual goal to be realised…

Never thought that a wooden seat could be so fucking comfortable

The latest work of artist and designer Max Jungblut in his long-term research project Searching Club Series is the Chaise lounge titled “Never thought that a wooden seat could be so fucking comfortable” in the Searching club style. The title of the presented work explains everything. No more words needed Max explicitly noted. With his…

Searching Club 2

With his new long-term research project Searching Chairs, artist and designer Max Jungblut embarks on a new exploratory journey into the tensions between artistic autonomy and economic, capitalist production processes. This new series, to which new pieces will be added continuously, playfully takes the form of a search for a perfect prototype of a new…