One of the guiding philosophy’s of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s work is leaving the end-user to decide what an object is and how to interact with it.
Halle based designer Stephan Schulz has taken the concept to new extremes with his Comfy Cargo Chair.
Part of his final year project at Burg Giebichenstein, Comfy Cargo Chair is not in commercial production – or at least not yet.
But certainly we hope he finds a producer.
For while we admit it doesn’t look the comfiest of seats per se, we love the options it offers not only for individual design but much more to change its appearance as and when your life requires such.
And you can always sit on a cushion.
Aside from being used domestically we can well imagine Comfy Cargo Chair finding use with, for example, trade fair design agencies who can alter the appearance to match the customer/industry involved as well as with companies looking for a WOW! factor in their waiting rooms and receptions.
Or a shop looking for a novel way to display goods.
As long as it’s not a butcher’s shop
Comfy Cargo Chair by Stephan Schulz.