Peacock Chair by Dror

Another story about a felt chair: this time Peacock Chair by New York studio Dror for Italian furniture brand Cappellini.

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The seat is made of three layers of felt, folded and clipped in place on a metal frame.

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More stories about felt chairs:

Zaza Chair by Omri Barzeev
Ewe stools by Yu-Hun Kim
RE:cover by Fredrik Färg
Nobody Chair by Komplot

Here's a little bit of text from Dror:

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The Peacock Chair is created out of three single sheets of felt and a minimal metal frame. Dror is constantly challenging the construction of objects, questioning traditional systems and simplifying movements and mechanisms.

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His minimalist aesthetic is shown here in the way he challenges upholstery. The folds of the felt are woven tightly to form a structured yet incredibly comfortable lounge chair, with no sewing or upholstery involved. The intricate folding paired with the innovative method of structure create a luxurious chair that is both elegant and modern.