Nobody chair by Komplot Design

August 24th, 2011 by retail design blog

With its clear metaphor for a cover – the cloth laid on the chair to protect it – NOBODY refers to the “shadow” side of the life of a chair – while not being used. The cover blurs the shape of the chair and at the same time makes an allusion to it… But on our “cover” one can sit without the “chair” underneath. The cover is empty – the chair is taken away, but cloth still remembers the chair and keeps the shape of it.

NOBODY is produced in one single process by thermo pressing the polymer fibre – PET felt mat (without any kind of the frame). The production process neither demands any additives like glues or resins, nor any additional materials like screws or reinforcements. PET felt is 100% recyclable material produced mainly of used soda/water bottles.

Light and stackable, NOBODY can be used in both public and residential interiors. Good air circulation, perfect acoustic properties of the PET felt and easiness of cleaning give additional qualities to the chair.

Design by Komplot Design

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