A new Innovative chair

Designer Jie-Jyun Lyu has comes up with a new innovative chair design which looks like a single chair but is actually a combination of many. The designers says this chair is specially designed for people staying in  small apartments to save their space  as this chair can be used by a single person or can detach the individual shoot-off chairs in them to be used by more people.

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It’s a very clever idea. Even when the pieces are not used individually they can still be pt together to form a bigger chair, very comfortable. The design is absolutely amazing. There are 8 individual pieces that form the chair and they can all used separately as seats. You can save a lot of space with this piece and a lot of time as well. There’s no need to buy a lot of chairs, not even stools of chairs for the coffee table. It’s all included in this piece. And the best part is that each and every piece is very comfortable and the overall product is comfy as well. You just can’t go wrong with this chair.

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When I first saw this chair I though it’s interesting but not extremely practical. But once I realized the features incorporated and the advantages, it quickly became one of my favorite furniture pieces. It’s one of the most functional pieces ever designed.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on February 22nd, 2010


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