Comfortable And Fully Functional Foldable OLLIE Chair

Ollie is a folding chair that will look awesome in your home, whether kept open, or closed. Its design is nothing like any foldable chair you’ve seen before, and truly so, since it comes from a design company known for their amazing kinetic sculptures! Made by RockPaperRobot, the Ollie takes inspiration from its surroundings. The chair has a unique folding design that makes it only 2 inches thin when folded, and looks like an innocuous piece of art. When opened out, it becomes a rather sturdy chair with built-in lumbar support, making it not just beautiful, but incredibly comfortable too. The chair’s construction uses Aluminum sheets and a beautiful looking flexible wooden tambour made out of Teak wood, making it great for both outdoors as well as indoors. Ollie’s magic is in the way it gracefully opens and closes. With a movement that seems almost like a magic trick, the chair opens out wonderfully and one simple string on the back can be pulled to close the chair back into its sheet avatar. The Ollie is perfect for both homes as well as outdoors. Its wooden/metal aesthetic makes it go well with almost any decor, and trust me, you’ll be impressing your guests for a long time with its hypnotic folding/unfolding technique! A complete marvel of design and manufacturing.

Creative Double Position Chair

Today we want to show another example fof creative concept chair. This time designer Alex Petunin has created the Double Position chair. Manufactured by ArtTech and made from painted wood, it can be used as an armchair, lounge chair or rocking chair (if you remove the front leg). Stylish and elegant it will suitable for any modern interior. So take a look!

Creative Hanger “Half = One”

This time we want to show you very interesting shelf. Designer’s imagination and creativity found a new role to a common object that differs to its primary function. Spanish artist and designer Tess Hill transformed a wooden chair in a clothes hanger with shelf by simply cutting it in half, flipping and hanging it on the wall. Take a look! And perhaps it will inspires you to create something interesting extra new from old objects.