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FreedMan Chair

FreedMan Chair

A chair designed to counteract the adverse effects of prolonged sitting by guiding your spine and pelvis into the same position that they would be if you were standing. It’s hazardous to your wallet’s health though.

Samurai’s Chair

Samurai’s Chair

…more like samurai’d right? Designed by Seo Young Moon, this chair looks like it had just been cleanly sliced in half, but it’s surprisingly sturdy. We want an entire house filled with sliced furniture.

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Hush Privacy Pod

Hush Privacy Pod

Sit inside or outside the soft and tranquil wool felt Hush, designed by Freyja Sewell. Converts from an easy chair to a womb-like sleeping pod. Or maybe we’ll just call it a tent.

Sensory Deprivation Skull Chair

Sensory Deprivation Skull Chair

Too much going on in your skull? A litte time in another head might alleviate that. Go on and let Atelier Van Lieshout’s sensory deprivation skull chair take you away from your punishing life.

Space Invader Chair

Space Invader Chair

The folks at Dorothy came up with this prototype foam chair based on the original Space Invaders arcade game, sure to make all the time we spend pretending to save the world a little more comfy.

Subsonic Chair

Subsonic Chair

Designed by John Greg Ball, the Subsonic Chair’s two 16″ subwoofers and two 4″ midrange speakers will let you thoroughly rock out to your favorite music, video or video game while sitting.

Lazy Bastard Chair

Lazy Bastard Chair

The Lazy Bastard chair, by Bertjan Pot for Montis, is filled with polystyrene balls and covered in a knit fabric. The beanbag filling adjusts to any sitting position and fits like a glove for optimal laziness.

Leather Copenhagen Chair

Leather Copenhagen Chair

Mid-century modern fans should enjoy this luxurious nod to Arne Jacobsen in this 1950s Leather Copenhagen Chair. It swivels 360° on a brushed aluminum base and is offered in 4 colors.

HOVERIT Lounger

HOVERIT Lounger

Meet George Jetson: HOVERIT is a magnetic levitating lounger; to emphasize the effect, it’s made with clear acrylic and held in place with poles that double as armrests. Thanks, Mark!

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