Most of us would like our furniture seats and chairs to be easy to rest and relax in. That however may not be the express aim of Hungarian designers and developers Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop. Their ‘Waste-Less’ Chair is a highly individual take on ecological furniture production.
Using timber offcuts recovered from construction work, the developers have created a piece that can be unwrapped to become either a standard chair or a highly stylised rocking chair.
Using clamps around the different sections, the chair is a resilient and unique furniture design.
For more on Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop, visit their site.
Robert Monk April 15th, 2013