waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshop
 
waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshop
feb 26, 2013

waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshop

‘waste-less log chair’ by architecture uncomfortable workshop

 

 

hungarian architecture uncomfortable workshop have taken the waste remains of reclaimedoak timber logs after being processed to wood beams, and created ‘waste less chair’ – an expandable seat that integrates two open positions, one as a rocking-chair, and one with a leg rest. when not in use, the piece can be fully closed by collapsing it into its natural form.

 

 

waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshopclosed position

 

 

waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshopcontext – open position

 

 

waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshopopen position

 

 

waste less log chair by architecture uncomfortable workshopcontext – open reclined position

 

 

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  • Thats a lot of good wood for one chair… could have made several. The waste-not angle seems specious. Otherwise its pretty clever.

    mark
  • amazing!

    ctan
  • James.. You would look that way if you were sentenced to sit in that chair also.

    …But, they did say it comes from the ‘Uncomfortable Workshop’ – he was warned.

    Jim

    JimCan
  • this kinda rustic-minimal furniture always blows my mind, nice item

    fMcW
  • really nice design.

    Thushara
  • wow. unhappy hipster lols. but interesting concept. pretty weighty i reckon.

    james

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