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25/04/2013

Seats that look as pretty as a picture

Seating that looks picture perfect

(From Daily Mail) Here’s a set of seating that looks as pretty as a picture.

The chairs could be hung on a wall and look just like a framed print.

But take them down and prop them up and they become usable seating.

They are the brainchild of Japanese designer Naoki Ono. The chair is made with wood, aluminium and stretched elastic canvas.

The chairs are a series called Canvas and include a stool, two seater sofa and armchair.

Ono, founder of YOY design studio in Tokyo, believes they are the perfect answer for adding emergency seating in camped environments.

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