Japanese designer Keita Suzuki has created a rather unusual-yet thought-provoking-chair design. The Tear Drop Chair is a free-form design that is filled with 64 litres of water. Why that exact amount of water? It’s supposed to signify the average volume of tears a human being will shed during their lifetime. Sixty-four litres, people! That’s a lot of tears and a lot of eye redness.
Arising from an occasion when someone had to stand for three long hours prior to the start of a concert, this gem of an idea was born of a portable seat that fits easily into your pocket when not in use. mono+mono has developed this user-friendly ‘sitpack’ they are touting as ‘the world’s most portable, adjustable, and ergonomic foldable seat’.
Imagine always having a seat no matter where you are. The chairless chair is like an exoskeleton that you wear which locks into place when you sit down. It’s like a chair that isn’t there, but magically appears whenever you need it. When in use, it allows the user to rest their leg muscles and can improve posture. When it’s not activated, you can walk normally or even run.
This is one of these things we dream about: furniture that shields us from prying eyes. Inspired by memories of playing inside cardboard boxes as kids, design duo Mike & Maaike designed Windowseat, a chair with walls around it, to let users take a mini-retreat and get a little privacy by closing up their external […]
Rodrigo García González designed the Chairwing Gum, which draws inspiration from the rather unsavoury habit some people have of sticking gums on the backs of chairs and under them. He turns this habit on its head by creating a new chair with gum exactly this way. A release agent is first applied to the back […]
The Flux Chair is a cleverly-designed folding chair that folds up into an easy-to-carry envelope after use. Inspired by origami, the chair’s lightweight and portable design can be used practically anywhere. The Flux Chair comes in 9 colors, and its super thin design is made from completely sustainable materials.
Victor Aleman, a talented designer originally from Mexico, has joined the Kerozene Design Team. After more than three years of development and tests, this is his one-of-a-kind armchair. You can use it to talk face-to-face or wrap it around itself, like a giant shell that can also accommodate your friends.