Designers take it to an all new level when it comes to designing furniture for modern abodes. And amid these designers, one name that rings bells in the ear is that of the Austrian designer Philipp Aduatz. Philipp sometime last year floored us with the design of the melting chair and now he is back with the all new Fauteuil II [Chair II] – a revolutionary armchair which features a structural form inspired by the structure of bones and skeletons of ancient animals. The Fauteuil II measures 92 × 120 × 95 cm, is made from glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) and finished with car paint. The limited edition chairs (only 12 pieces available) like the fossil structure, have a low density at a maximum load capacity.