The chair, which is called Lazy Bastard, is filled with polystyrene balls like a beanbag, but also has arms, a back and legs.
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A beanbag sits and fits like a glove. The polystyrene bead filling adjusts to any sitting position.
Bertjan Pot with Lazy Bastard combines the casualness of a beanbag with the comfort of a lounge chair.
He placed the beanbag as it were on legs, in a smooth outer shape that contains the flexible contents. Lazy Bastard allows for extra comfortable sitting as its seat is higher and fitted with armrests.
The specially designed fabric gives the beanbag chair a relaxed look and touch that will particularly appeal to the youth, as well as the price tag will.
Legs: color frame corresponding with fabric color, with black synthetic caps
Filling: the cover is filled with polystyrene beads and can be refilled
Proportions (w x d x h): 93 x 98 x 76 cm
Upholstery: fabric Triangle or Stitch
Available: on request
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