Thanks to a clever design, the Sensei chairs each flip over and combine to form a low-rise coffee table. Kind of like if Voltron was built by Ikea, instead of by whoever the hell built Voltron. It's a marginally clever idea, it's just too bad the table looks so hacked together when assembled. So not surprisingly it's just a concept design at this point, and one that will probably never see the light of day, at least in its current form. [Claudio Sibille via PSFK]
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