Leaf Chair is an easy chair for watching and playing video games that utilize curved folding + bending to induce curvature in cardboard for comfort. Organic shape, mostly made with curved folding, serves as a comfortable seat and backrest. Description
La Silla Tejida weaves Latin American influences in a cardboard lounge chair for reading, rocking, and relaxing. Made with recycled cardboard. Manipulations used were weaving and slotting. Cultural Context Weaving is a tradition in the Caribbean island of Cuba. They utilize many different
The Penta Chair is a chair constructed of folded and slotted cardboard modules, designed for lounging around and scrolling social media on your phone. Why the World Needs this Chair? It is modular, so it is very easy to install.
A lounge chair design for reading-Provide readers with a relatively independent space in an environment that has other people or in noisy places. Inspired by the cross section of the onion and the shape of the onion slices. This chair
The Browstring Napper is a chair designed for napping. It’s form, made by slotting and laminating cardboard, is by a bowstring truss-like structure. The Bowstring Napper is a chair for taking a nap in the workplace or classroom. Made in
The peace Chair is a two-sided chair for conflict resolution formed by slotting and laminating cardboard in an egg-crate structure. Maintaining good communication with your roommate or classmates when living or studying together is essential. The chair is designed to
ON/OFF is a multifunction chair of folded/slotted cardboard, that allows a user to shift from working to relaxing by pivoting on a beveled base. Putting an ON/OFF chair next to the table provides a more relaxed working space while also
Housociety/How society is a combination of well-oriented and multi-functionally space. That prompts a wellness experience for users who live in this community.
Concept Statement Solace home is supportive housing for people who’ve lived a life where sharing was once a necessity but is now a choice. The formerly incarcerated and empty nesters are two users who, at first glance, do not share commonalities.
“Window of Opportunity” serves as a second opportunity and a means for creating a new life for formerly homeless youths. The living space is arranged with a clear view of the window, which provides a private outlook into world. To