It's a six foot, stainless steel sculpture and a leaning chair designed for the foyer, a home’s first impression and a place of transit. It is meant to be discreet, elegant, and striking.
I built Remy myself using a steel specific band saw, lots of sanding, and a pressure thruster. I needed to learn how to work with stainless steel–to cut it, to bend it, and to shape it. It was challenging, but very fun. I probably won't work with stainless steel anytime soon though.