The Exocet chair can be multiple kinds of furniture, as you see fit

Back in the 1980s, transforming items was all the rage. We had little modular chairs that turned into futons, big sofas that turned into beds, toy robots that turned into toy cars. Although the trend never completely died, fads moved on. The Exocet chair didn't get the memo.

Created by Stephane Leathead, creative director of Designarium, the blond wood chair looks a lot like a giant nutcracker when folded into its single lounge chair configuration. It is both a celebration and an evolution of the transforming furniture idea.

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