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Finally, a gigantic nest-like chair fit for catching some caveman winks in

Remember the time your ancestor climbed into a pterodactyl’s nest and had the soundest sleep of his life? No? Neither do we. Well, maybe Floris Wubben — who designed this nest-like chair out of wooden branches for aMAZElab — does. The form is interesting, but we’re not sure it looks very cosy at all. The Eyrie Bench is currently on display as part of Milan Design Week.

Via Creative Greed

Floris Wubben: chair design
Floris Wubben: chair design

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