Transforming Chair with Multiple Configurations

Montreal-based designer Stéphane Leathead has created Exocet, a new concept chair with multiple configurations that has identical slats assembled on a rotating cylinder to allow the chair to change shape with ease.

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Exocet is the first product for design studio Designarium, and will be presented at the Interior Design Show (IDS2015) in Toronto later this month.

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The EXOCET is crafted from a single main piece, a slat.  It then has two pieces with corresponding slats that interlock onto a cylinder which is the main piece.  This allows the user to create and design essentially any function of chair he or she desires.

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The soft and delicate curves of EXOCET inspire elegance and distinction. The ergonomics of the main piece has been carefully designed to offer maximum comfort. Its sleek and distinctive style demonstrates a perfect balance between form and function.

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Original Post found at Contemporist.

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