Hand-Pumped Inflatable Chairs Mold To Each Sitter [Pics]
The Holding-Breath collection of inflatable chairs uses vacuum compression systems to form the seat to fit the individual.
The Holding-Breath collection of inflatable chairs use vacuum compression systems that mold the seats to the shape of each user. Aimed at making a unique chair for every person, the set includes a rocking chair, a bar stool, and a sofa.
They were developed by Chinese designers Ray Jiao and Yi Wang and feature a detachable bag filled with foam particles and a valve that lets air in and out. Dezeen reports that to fit the chair to their shape, the user connects a hand pump to the inflated bag and uses it to let out some of the air.