Spotted at the Architectural Design Home Design Show: a folding chair that really folds. Made of polypropylene, the Flux chair looks like a big envelope until you bend it around and insert Tab A into Slot B. It is the creation of two young Dutch designers, Douwe Jacobs and Tom Schouten, who worked on paper origami prototypes until they folded a winner. A video on their website shows the transformation and how sturdy the chair is once it’s set up.
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