Designer Antonina’s “I Used To Be A Washing Machine” series features a manual that guides people through building chairs from parts.

Israel-based industrial designer Tony Grigorian (Antonina) is studying at the Industrial Design department in Bezalel Academy For Arts and Design in Jerusalem.

Antonina has created a series called “I Used To Be A Washing Machine,” which features a manual that guides people through building chairs from a completely disassembled washing machine. The resulting designs are almost unrecognizable from their previous structures.

The series includes step-by-step DIY instructions that enable people to make one themselves using the household appliance. Once disassembled, parts from an old machine can be used to create an innovative and unique piece of furniture for the home. Click through to see images of the series:

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