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    Accelerator Spinning Chair has a pair of built-in hand straps, is designed to spin instead of rock, designed by Jaanus Osugaar.
    "The spinning chair is the opposite to the rocking chair. When the rocking chair calms and puts you at ease, the spinning-chair energises and stimulates. The vibration from the spinning of the metal ball inside awakens your spirit and renews your cells. After 6 spins you end up where you started. "
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    "Overscaled squooshy bean bag chair($199 for the chair and $99.95 for the ottoman) in over the top red ties together in ever-changing social arrangements. Tie two chairs for a loveseat, three for a sofa. Super weather-friendly cover in heavy-gauge, water-resistant polyester with protective PVC lining"
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    The "merge" & "morph" manipulation of the old school rocking chair and doghouse generates a hybrid "furniture" that combines the idea of shelter and body relaxation and pushes its functionality to a different, more personal level. Designed by Paul Kweton for Barkitecture 2010, Houston, TX.
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    The Siesta Bench by Emanuele Magini.
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    The Subsonic Chair was originally designed by Greg Ball, an instructor of mechanical design technology at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, Alberta. 
    "Designed for teenagers who enjoy both lounging and cranking their music, the Subsonic Chair sports a set of 16-inch subwoofers which you end up sitting on, letting you hear and feel pretty much every single note and/or sound when hooked up to an MP3 player or a gaming console."
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    From the Wall Street Journal: "By British designer Sam Buxton, [it] activates when it detects someone's presence. The electroluminescent display lights up, and as a user interacts with the chaise lounge, its digital heart and lungs begin to beat and breathe, as if bringing the chair to life."
    The 2005 piece, one of an edition of six, measures 600 x 750 x 1,850 mm.

    Made from acrylic, steel, and sequencing electronics.
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    This Transparent Chair from Japanese design firm Nendo is made from three metal loops wrapped in polyurethane film that ends up supporting someone...
    "A chair made with polyurethane film, a transparent film commonly used as a packing material for precision instruments and products susceptible to vibrations and shock, thanks to its high elasticity and ability to return to its original state. Looking at the chair, it seems to consist of nothing but a backrest and armrests. It wraps and supports the body like a hammock, providing a light, floating feeling for the sitter"
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    Coat Check Chair designed by Joey Zeledón. It’s made from coat hangers and the steel bar from a closet rack shaped into a chair frame, Cool idea!
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    This ‘foldable’ chair called Flux, we featured on the site before, now is available in the US .
    "Taking its cue from the lines of origami, Flux Chair goes from flat to chair in only ten seconds. Weighing in at only 10.6 pounds, Flux Chairs are light enough to carry around and strong enough to support up to 352 pounds. When folded, the Flux built-in handle makes it easy to transport the chair from the patio to the park and everywhere in between."
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    if you want to build your Bachelors Chair combines chair, ironing board and step stool., check out this Bachelors Chair PDF Woodworking Plan from woodworkersworkshop.
    "The chair can be that extra seat you need when putting on shoes, a convenient ironing board or a stable step stool for reaching a top cupboard shelf or changing a light bulb. It is also an attractive decorator piece for any room. A continuous strip hinge and locking side brace hold the chair steadily in all three positions"
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    The Bench Chair by Thomas Schnur.
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    Cool Skull chair from 'Nouvelle Vague'
    'Nouvelle Vague' exhibition will be held from 12 to 17 April 2011 at the French Cultural Centre - Palazzo delle Stelline - Corso Magenta 63 20123 Milan.
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    This couch have built from an 18 gauge steel coffin, called the Heretic. Limited production run of 3. Features:
    "Custom Built From an 18 Gauge, Steel Coffin
    Welded Underside For Durability
    Custom Hand Sewn Seating Area
    Airbrushed: Gloss Black / Pewter Trim
    Black Italian Leather: Life Marks & Grain Variations Will Occur "

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    Monarchy is a stool, it is a rocking and swiveling stool. Designed by Greece based Yiannis Ghikas for Belgian based Feld
    "It rocks sideways and it rocks back and forth. Monarchy also swivels."
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    Elephant is a beautiful chair by Kristalia. Apparently also works as a sled. Check out the video below.
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    It is a chair, and it is flexible, by cutting wooden chairs in such a way become flexible. It is the "Spring Wood" designed by Carolien Laro, a graduated student at the Arts Academy St Joost. The chair has 480 CNC-milled cuts, which rovides a more giving surface for your ass to rest on. It took her more than 600 hours to made a functional prototype. The collection includes a three-seater bench and three stools, one on wheels, one without and another with folded steel legs, all with pliable wooden seats.
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    A chair designed for sitting, and exercise, by  Ecole Superieure d’Art de Design De Reims student Yuan Yuan, is supposed to provide relief at the end of a long day by providing handholds and footholds for performing various Tai Chi poses.
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    Sway by Markus Krauss.
    "Sway is a rocking chair with a padded seat and a steel rack. The shape of the seat enables many-sided use even in pairs. The telescope mechanism locates the rocking chair in an easy chair position. "
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    The the Lost In Sofa chair by design studio Daisuke Motogi Architecture. Items(remote, book, iPad, or whatever) can be safely into these little spots between the upholstered cubes that form the seat.
    Lost in sofa
    Things often get lost under the sofa. It’s ordinary for a coin which slipped out of your pocket, or a never-to-be-found remote to be accidentally found in between/underneath the sofa cushions. Maybe you’ll find a forgotten 10,000yen bill that you once hid there…
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