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Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Furniture pieces like chairs and tables are everyday basics. The following are designs that perk up the usual, and offer durability and multi-use capabilities.

This oddly original shaped chair design comes from ODESD2. The style of the Q1 lounge chair is representative of a Richard Buckminster Fuller design, whose architectural feats brought attention to the possibilities of geodesic domes.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: odesd2.com.ua

Dome structures are stable and durable, and the Q1 chair makes the most of the shape. Made to be comfortable, the upholstered inside seat is stuffed with filling that can hold its form over time.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: odesd2.com.ua

The following 2 pieces are made for multifunction.

A coffee table designed by Brigada is an efficient and practical take on an ordinary tabletop surface. Offering more than just a flat area, this table provides storage and accessibility.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: brigada.hr

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: brigada.hr

In the same vein, but incorporating both seating and surface area is the OpenBook. Perfect for small spaces and for those who like to have everything within reach.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: studiotilt.com

This seat features upgrades in the style from the original Library Chair display unit from TILT which was a festival of books, creating its own little library.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: studiotilt.com

The OpenBook offers a quiet reading space due to the side panel that it upholstered, enabling additional sound insulation.

Not So Standard Chairs and Tables

Image source: studiotilt.com

These original furniture designs provide comfort and utility while offering a new way of looking at standard pieces like tables and chairs.

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