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The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

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by Jaime last modified Dec 08, 2011

Designer Rachel Ballantine is challenging our perception of comfort by creating a minimalist chair from one piece of CNC-cut wood that acts as a frame. Based on what materials you find most comfortable (or uncomfortable), fill the chair frame with your own “idea of comfort.” Use plush toys, pillows or blankets… or pencils? Share This: [...]




 

 

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

Designer Rachel Ballantine is challenging our perception of comfort by creating a minimalist chair from one piece of CNC-cut wood that acts as a frame. Based on what materials you find most comfortable (or uncomfortable), fill the chair frame with your own “idea of comfort.” Use plush toys, pillows or blankets… or pencils?

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine

The Idea of Comfort by Rachel Ballantine


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