The selection of furniture for those living in cramped apartments continues to evolve beyond the plastic folding chair. And this flat-pack seating collection by Jongha Choi is the latest ingenious design to emerge from the small space realm. De-dimension _ From 2D to 3D rethinks seating by adding an artistic bent to a functional product. As seen in the animation above, each seat easily unfolds when needed, and can just as easily be collapsed back into a “2D” form and hung on the wall like art.
Choi’s “art as furniture” design is not yet available for sale (it was actually his thesis project while at the Design Academy of Eindhoven last year), but we can’t imagine this not being scooped up by a retailer, maker or the like for sale in the near future. Until then, see more from designer Jongha Choi here.
Images and video courtesy of Jongha Choi
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