The Perfect Small Apartment Chair

Chair D by Kako.Ko Design Studio combines traditional structural elements and modern innovation to create uniquely versatile seating. The deceivingly sturdy seat and back are composed of felt that has been cleverly modified to fold from armchair to stool or footrest in a matter of seconds. Together the raw materials of wood and felt create an inviting seating arrangement that is not only attractive but also perfect for compact spaces.

Designer: Kako.Ko

11 Comments

  • Notion Ferdous says:

    I like it, but I wish the top I folded all the way… like into a table top!

  • Notion Ferdous says:

    I like it, but I wish the top I folded all the way… like into a table top!

  • While attractive, I'm suspicious of the structural rigidity of the chair back. My favourite felt chair on Yanko was two conical sections, and featured a video of the designer jumping onto it with both feet and sitting in it.

    I agree with NF that a more resolved folded shape would be better and cleaner, but understand that the intent is a footstool that becomes occasional seating, not a table that becomes occasional seating.

    Cheers,
    Mike

  • While attractive, I'm suspicious of the structural rigidity of the chair back. My favourite felt chair on Yanko was two conical sections, and featured a video of the designer jumping onto it with both feet and sitting in it.

    I agree with NF that a more resolved folded shape would be better and cleaner, but understand that the intent is a footstool that becomes occasional seating, not a table that becomes occasional seating.

    Cheers,
    Mike

  • Nooka says:

    Looks great, and may look conventional, but again I agree with Mike and I am abit sceptical of the strengh.

  • Nooka says:

    Looks great, and may look conventional, but again I agree with Mike and I am abit sceptical of the strengh.

  • Saka says:

    this is awesome. my only issue would be the integrity of the chair. while the legs look like they could hold there own, the material for the top part look like they wont stand up to much if the user decided to lean either side to side or back.

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