Quilted fabrics cover the seats and backs of chairs in this collection by German studio WertelOberfell for Polish brand Iker.
"The inspiration for the Mannequin chair comes from our interest in patterns and structures, and the concept of changing the appearance of a chair by dressing it in different 'clothes'," said the designers.
They created three quilted patterns on colourful materials to upholster the simple plywood shells.
"The raw shape of the Mannequin chair is plain, friendly and ergonomic," the designers said. "The choice of one of the three 'quilted dresses' and bases gives the chair its final character."
The patterns feature interlocking triangles, diagonal stripes and curved lines emanating from the core of the shell.
Legs are also available in three different styles. Steel wire is used for two bases, one as a continuous loop that forms four legs and the other as supports on either side braced across the middle.
The other design comprises four solid beechwood legs that connect beneath the centre of the seat and splay outward. WertelOberfell plans to add more sizes and a range of tables to the collection soon.
Dressing up furniture has been proposed by a few design studios. Färg & Blanche created a series of garments to be worn by seats and Bernotat & Co designed a range of coverings for chairs modelled on a grandma's dressing gown, baggy overalls and an oven mitt.