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I used to be a washing machine now I'm a chair!
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jul 21, 2013
I used to be a washing machine now I'm a chair!


 

I used to be a washing machine now I’m a chair!
all images courtesy of antonina

 

 

 

complete with step by step instructions, jerusalum-based industrial designer antonina’s ‘I used to be a washing machine’ is made from the common household appliance. the raw materials offer a variety of possibilities for creation and innovative design. after disassembling the necessary pieces, the manual will guide you to build a series of chairs able to be incorporated into any domestic space. simply do it yourself!

 

 


‘I used to be a washing machine’
video courtesy of tony grigorian

 

 


‘buddy’ armchair made from a washing machine

 

 


‘dorry’ chair – washing machine front door panel

 

 


‘dorry’ detail – washing machine spring

 

 

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‘dramms’

 

 


‘buddy’ armchair

 

 


DIY instructions

 

 


DIY instructions

 

 


DIY instructions

 

 


washing machine parts

 

 


the raw material

 

 


making process

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

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