Supported by a small army of 90 elastic rods, the seat on this 1001 chair feels like it’s magically floating in place while it contorts and conforms to your body. The seat was designed and built by Thomas Hiemann and Markus Dilger, and the pair unfortunately seem to have no plans to build and sell more of them. So the creation is kind of a tease, and A Whole New World of disappointment.
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