Ten years ago, Murray Moss asked us to repair an old cast iron task chair. When we looked into the process we realized it was like a structural version of kintsugi. The repairing weld is made of bronze which is much more valuable than the broken cast iron. Our work looks maximalist but we were educated at Pratt in a very Bauhaus lineage, to use the necessary structural elements as decoration. Seam lines are undesirable traces of the manufacturing process, here we have emphasized them in bronze as an accent to the piece.