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The Slanket Armchair

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The Slanket Armchair from super ette, it looks like the sleep bag, perfect for watching TV at night.

Arm Chair by Jamie Isenstein

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Crazy arm chair by Jamie Isenstein.

Lazy Chair by Fresh West

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Lazy Chair by Fresh West is an experimental concept piece based upon small wooden animals toys held together by tension springs. Its segmented legs collapse when you release the internal tension, and stands back up rather more slowly than the toys, taking about 45 seconds in the video above.

lo-fi sofa

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Lo-Fi Sofa by Christiane Högner.

Egg Chair

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A 1968 design by Peter Ghyczy. Because you sure don't want to end up with a bad egg. Haha. $315.
Seating height: 31cm.
Open: 84 x 74 x 98cm.
Closed: 84 x 74 x 45cm.
Price: $315   |   BUY

PAY & SIT Private Park Bench

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insert 0,50 EUR to sit. Created by designer Fabian Brunsing. Normally, it’s covered with spikes. But if you insert 0,50 EUR in the coin slot, spikes retract so you can sit on the bench. An alarm goes off a few seconds before the user’s time is up and the spikes rise.

Spun chair by Thomas Heatherwick

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Spun chair by Thomas Heatherwick. The chair shaped like a spinning top made of spun steel and copper.
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Cradle Rock

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A rocking chair and cradle in one. While softly swinging the rocking chair and reading a book or singing a lullaby, the baby falls asleep,:-). Rockid is from the design studio Onterpduo.
Price: $TBA   |   BUY

Champ by Tobias Fraenzel

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German designer Tobias Fraenzel has designed 'Champ' for italian furniture manufacturer Campeggi and was unveiled during Milan Design Week 2010. 
The sofa can be turned into a punching bag by lifting up the red back cushion. Cool design!
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Chairless by Alejandro Aravena

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At at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena designed a strap for furniture brand Vitra, the strap can be wrapped around the body and used instead of a chair. Good idea!
"Chairless is a simple tool for sitting – a textile strap joined into a loop, measuring 85 cm in length and 5 cm in width, which can be wrapped around the back and knees in order to stabilise the body and relieve tension, while in a seated position. Chairless is mobile. Weighing less than 85 grams, the strap can be folded into a compact size allowing it to fit easily into a pocket – the ideal sitting aid while out and about."
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Built to Resi(s)t by Quinze & Milan

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This sofa with lots of pockets, call Built to Resi(s)t, by Belgian design brand Quinze & Milan for backpack company Eastpak at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan next month.

Itch Chair Scratches Your Back

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This Itch Chair has a broad selection of ”fingernails” that can be attached to the itch-calming mechanism to satisfy virtually every kind of scratching known to man.
"Scratch underneath this four-legged friend and feel how the motion is mapped and scaled up to your own back. This futuristic contraption comes equipped with a broad selection of ”fingernails” that can be attached to the itch-calming mechanism to satisfy virtually every kind of scratching known to man. Or woman.
The user, moving a fingertip across a touchpad located under the seat base, controls the position of the scratching actuator and its intensity. According to the scratching on the hidden pad, the chosen mechanical fingernail (connected to a servo motor) moves around the back of the chair and provide the necessary scratch. "

Tetris Chair

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Tetris Chair designed by Mexican industrial designer Gabriel Cañas. Cool!

"Last Place" by Brothers Dressler

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These wooden shoe lasts were used by cobblers in the past and found in an Ontario fishing camp on the roadside. The shoe lasts were transformed into this incredible bench called "Last Place" by Brothers Dressler(twin brothers:Jason and Lars).
"Vestiges of a bygone era, wooden lasts approximating the form of an individual human foot were created by skilled craftsmen known as cobblers, mold makers or cordwainers. Rescued from a Northern Ontario fishing camp where they were dumped with a sign reading “firewood for cottagers”, these lasts captivated us with their raw beauty. With respect for the craftsmanship with which they were created, we’ve experimented with a selection of lasts to create a limited series of objects that pay tribute to the extinct artistry of the cobbler."

Stack Chair

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This vinyl wall-sticker in the shape of the back of a chair marks the spot, where to stack up your magazines or newspapers and gradually becomes your Stack Chair. £30.65
Price: £30   |   BUY