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A Different Kind of Folding Chair

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 27, 2013 01:02 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Jul 26, 2013

Proof positive that designers’ fascination with chairs, whether standard or in miniature form, knows no boundaries, is this set of small paper chairs designed by Taiji Fujimori. Made from card stock paper, and scaled down to 1/5 the size of adult furniture, the seating (side chair, arm chair, and couch) — Continue reading …




 

 

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Proof positive that designers’ fascination with chairs, whether standard or in miniature form, knows no boundaries, is this set of small paper chairs designed by Taiji Fujimori. Made from card stock paper, and scaled down to 1/5 the size of adult furniture, the seating (side chair, arm chair, and couch) are sold flat, pre-cut, and notched, enabling the consumer to fold and form them easily. To what end, you ask? Too big for use as doll furniture, these chairs are made for holding tabletop sundries, like jewelry or keys; or, presumably, just for the love of chairs.

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