Hong Kong designer Kitmen Keung has created a lounge chair and ottoman by slicing a cube of foam in two.
Called Dual Cut, it was designed for Belgian brand Sixinch.
The two pieces of foam fit together for easy storage and transportation.
Photographs are by S.Zine.
Here's some info from the designer:
Splitting a raw rectangular foam block with only two L-shaped cut lines, the Dual Cut Chair and ottoman employs the simplest production processes true to the materials in use with minimal wastage.
It features two ergonomically comfortable seat back angle options of 6° and 23°, and the multi-formation ability to form a one seater with a side table, a chaise lounge or a corner table.
It also easily forms a neat, compact parcel for convenient storage and transportation.
Dual Cut is available in Light Grey and Dark Grey with a 3-layer-system coating making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Dimensions: stacked, w80 x h80 x d93cm; chaise lounge, w80 x h80 x d170cm; ottoman, w80 x h40 x d77cm; seat height 40cm.
Produced by Sixinch.
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