The Peace Chair

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 help students or roommates who have conflicts solve their differences through dialogue.

The ergonomics and curvature of the lower part of the chair are based on Michel Ducaroy’s TOGO chair, while the taller part of the chair is based on Stool’s data.

The Peace chair is 31 “L x 42″ W x 36” H, very suitable for dormitory or studio and other small space placement. 250 dollars as a two-person seat is completely worth the purchase.

The Peace Chair is designed as an easy-to-install, flat-packed, freely movable problem-solving chair.