Chairs would normally be the beneficiaries when it comes to being repurposed or created, especially when you think about recycling old materials and giving them new meaning. The same goes for sculptures which make use of practically anything ranging from aluminum pieces to wood.
However taking those two ideas and molding them into one, we find a 20-foot-high sculpture from Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata. Kawamata made a rare looking sculpture, stacking up old chairs which is now better known as the “Chairs of Abu Dhabi”.
The sculpture is made from a wide array of different chairs, something reportedly made to pay tribute to humanity’s diversity, unity and interconnection.
He needed five days to create the said sculpture. The “Chairs of Abu Dhabi was one of the main attractions at Abu Dhabi’s 2012 biennale.