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No stereotype Chair

Nov 26 2012, 12:30 pm 0 Marco Russo

A chair with clean lines, created by South Korean designer Dong-yeop Han. A solution that tries to go beyond every stereotype, a new vision that goes beyond the main function, transforms and adapts to every need with simplicity, without precluding or affecting important features such as functionality and comfort. A structure composed of two simple geometric shapes, a silhouette highlighted by the edges in ash wood and a intertwining of elastic bands capable of giving birth to a unique seat, out of the ordinary, able to accommodate and keep objects of various kind, from small smartphone to tv remote control, books, tablets, clothes hangers, lamps, in short, a storage chair where everything (or almost) what comes to mind finds place and remains at hand.

Designer: Dong-yeop Han

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