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Recyclable Roll-Up Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture

Recyclable Roll-Up Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture

KOI is a foldable and lightweight, sustainable piece of furniture by German design collective Confused Direction.

Emma Hutchings

This new project by Flo Florian and Sascha Akkermann of the German design collective Confused Direction is a foldable deck chair called the KOI. The curvy, flowing and functional design can be unfolded into a flat sheet and rolled up for easy transportation or storage, with built-in straps to keep it secure. Its polypropylene material makes it both recyclable and lightweight. The image below shows how to roll out and construct the unusual but effective chair:

Recyclable Roll-Out Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture

Confused Direction

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