Stiched Chair From Fabric

Take a close look and you’ll see the Stitched Chair looks like somebody upholstered the wood frame except there’s a problem with that presumption – there is no frame.  The chair is actually made from high grade ballistic tech kevlar aramide fabric. The fiber is strong enough to support a person yet pliable enough to really “tailor” some unique forms. Who needs wood glue and nails when all you need is a needle and thread.

Designer: Henny van Nistelrooy

Stitched Chair by Henny van Nistelrooy

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  • Adriana says:

    I don’t get the point of it

    • Akiko says:

      How about one point being that something like this would preserve trees. I guess you're one of those people that don't even know that a world without trees is a world without life.. they make our oxygen.. you know?

      I think it's a rather nifty idea, and the possibilities seem rather endless.

    • Akiko says:

      How about one point being that something like this would preserve trees. I guess you're one of those people that don't even know that a world without trees is a world without life.. they make our oxygen.. you know?

      I think it's a rather nifty idea, and the possibilities seem rather endless.

  • Very nice! These make me smile. Thanks.

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