If you are seeking a resting furniture that employs a different way of sitting, then you must have a look at the Constructing Memory Chair. Designed by Hui Chun Chen, this chair is a part of the Constructing Memory Collection made by the designer. What makes the chair unique is that the sitter has to pull the cords to assemble the otherwise collapsed pieces of wood together to sit on it. This will encourage a memorable interaction with your furniture for a seemingly simple act of sitting.
The Constructing Memory Chair is quite a kinky furniture piece as it confers a very odd manner of sitting. The pile of wood transforms into a chair when the loose ropes, which run through the legs, the seat, and the backrest are drawn together. When no one stretches the ropes, the chair simply falls in the form a heap of wooden pieces. The cabinet from the collection also includes the pulling of the mess of strings to open the tiny compartments whereas the carpet from the collection is a forest of stilts.
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The Constructing Memory Chair is definitely a unique furniture piece, however, you will not like to place it in your living room. This chair can be added as a plaything in your child’s playroom or your gym room as this furniture piece needs the sitter to exert some muscular force on the cords to keep it together.
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