Keer Chair by Dutch designer Reinier de Jong has gone into production.
Created from polyethylene pieces connected together by magnets, it functions as a chair in three different arrangements.
See our earlier story from February 2008 about the Keer Chair prototype.
Here's some information from Reinier de Jong:
KEER means 'multiply' and 'turn' in Dutch. Simply turn KEER and you have three different chairs: a lounge, a regular chair and a stool. Each light-weight polyethylene piece is 20cm (8") wide and can be connected to another by built-in magnets. It's up to you to decide the size. You can even make it a bench if you like! KEER is excellent for both indoor and outdoor use.
Keer Chair is available to by from Reinier de Jong.
Retail price: 149 euro (excl. shipping)
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