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Pac Seat

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This chair, made from polypropylene by Bruno Marques, was designed for children taking as inspiration the immortalization of an icon of the arcade games of the 90s.
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Kaki side table

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The Kaki side table designed by Kenyon Yeh is a suitable place to rest books, magazines or lamps. The piece implements a metal bend - which rests against the wall for added stability.
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Cork Stool

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The Cork Stool is a giant cork-shaped stool made from genuine wine corks. The stool can be used both indoors and outdoors.
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LEGO Brick Mug

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This LEGO brick mug is a great one for LEGO fans. The mug has an exterior surface compatible with Lego bricks, Pixelblocks, Mega Blocks, KRE-O and K’NEX pieces. You can build onto its empty surface however you choose.
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Holmen couch

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'Holmen' is a triangle shaped public seating developed by German designer Kristian Knobloch for Swedish furniture manufacturer Källemo. Up to three people fit into each of the compartments.
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Samurai Chair by Seo Young Moon

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The impressive chair, called Samurai Chair, is created by South Korean designer Seo Young Moon. The chair gives the illusion that it's fallen victim to a samurai's razor sharp katana. It will surely make you think twice before sitting down, but rest assure, it's still capable of holding up to 330 lbs!
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The Hidden Chairs by Ibride

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The Hidden Chairs by Ibride, an iconic design with an optical illusion.

Autumn/Winter Chair

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Polish fashion designer Aga Brzostek has created the Autumn/Winter Chair, a giant foam chair with a blanket to keep users warm. "Sweater-like elements of the chair can be used as a headrest to create a cozy environment for an evening reading as well as a soft cover for chilly winter nights." says Brzoste. The cover, made from reclaimed wool, is removable and adjustable, allowing the user to alter the look of the chair to suit their individual preferences.
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Monster chair

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The monster chair is designed by designer Jason Goh, who is inspired by his grandma's scary fish ball monster story in his childhood. Jason would play with his food as a child (his favorite being fish balls). In order to deter him, his grandma said that if he kept playing the fish balls would turn into a big hairy monster and eat him up. The body of the chair is constructed similar to the Roly-Poly toy, where the user can rock the ball without rolling the entire chair over. With mood lighting inside, it's a perfect place to read a story or just hang out.
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The Hybrid chairs

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The extraordinary deer chair and a rabbit chair (Hybrid chairs) are designed designer Merve Kahraman. The design is inspired by the the ancient mythology that is about semi-human semi-creature characters. The chairs are handmade of wood, leather and fur.
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Eechoism chair

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The Echoism Chair by Korean designer Jaeyoung Jang tells the the story of our emotions and environment through beating, hitting, and plucking sounds, as we relax and feel the melodies with our body, and as we feel the natural tones with our heart, new stories of ourselves, sounds, and the work are created.
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Illuminated benches

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Illuminated benches by Chilean artist Ivan Navarro and French sculptor Courtney Smith.
"the duo infiltrate the urban landscape through the means of two contrasting materials - the density of cast iron and the fragility of neon tubes, to create an object that contradicts the function of both. this results in an artistic composition that conflicts with the role of its traditional audience - the public, usurping the role of urban furniture."
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Rocking Chair Transformer Kit

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"'Rocker' is a universal attachment that turns almost any four-legged chair into a real rocking chair." Bonus: You can undo it without damaging your chair in the slightest.
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ECAL 'Rocking Knit'

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ECAL "Rocking Knit" is a new interpretation of the rocking chair. It offers users productive moments of relaxation. The to-and-fro movement of this armchair knits hats for the winter and requires no exertion whatsoever. It is a creation by students of University of Art and Design Lausanne Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex.
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$1,300 for an iPad Rocking Chair

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The iPad Rocking Chair has a built-in generator that transforms each rock into power, and charges the iPad or iPhone via its dock. Supposedly, one hour of rocking will get an iPad up to 35% of a full charge. It also equipped with a pair of 25-watt speakers built into the back of the chair. The iRock is available now for $1,300 in white, with other colors to be added soon.
"The iRock is a product that explores how furniture can interact with technology and actually support the power for this technology. Movement is energy and to collect as much of this energy as possible is one of our future challenges. The laws of physics dictate how movement and friction constantly creates a vast amount of energy that in most cases is lost. iRock is a attempt to collect some of this energy and put it to real use. If you use iRock for 60 minutes you can recharge an iPad 3 to 35%."
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