The Glenda chair was initially developed on a computer and with scale models,
but the physical making processes of folding and welding leave the chair with
a tension between the highly controlled design stages and a more organic making process. The welding lines create a counterpoint to the mirrored structure and the heat distortion adds a level of depth and interest to the surfaces of the chair. Although the chair is highly geometric in outline, the surfaces are slightly curved and reflect light in swirling pools.