Pocket Chair by DING3000 for Discipline

Category: Design Published on 09 Jan, 2013 Tags: , , ,

Hanover-based design studio DING3000 realized an eccentric solution for this small armchair in natural soft-touch effect cuoietto leather for new italian design brand Discipline. Slipped as a glove on the wooden structure, the body of the POCKET CHAIR is hanged on the structure, guaranteeing a surprising adaptability of the seat. The cozy shape gives it a familiar, yet sophisticated look. Washable and resistant, it can be used in different contexts, from home to office but also in lounge bars, wine shops and restaurants.

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