Small studio from Budapest Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop has decided to try out new "types and ways" of design. So one of the latest developments was this woolen chair, which completely reflects the name of the studio "Uncomfortable" - uncomfortable.
Inspired by traditional stretches for drying clothes in Europe, the guys made a wood frame that looked like knitting needles and wrapped it all up with soft wool.
The chair would be specially designed for participation in Warming Hut (competition for artists and architects, which takes place on ice), so the main bias of the designers was heat preservation, that they were quite successful. The rest is still not very, but in general it turned out interesting and unusual.Photogallery Total | 8 pictures