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D-Vision’s Soft Comfort: Chair in a Box

by Hazel Chua
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We’ve seen boxes that transform into cabinets or beds or drinks coolers when opened. Now here’s another one that transforms into something cushier: a chair.

This chair-in-a-box is part of d-vision‘s new collection. You can basically use it as a side table when the foldable cushion is still inside the box.

D-Vision Chair in a Box

When you want to sit on it, just open the top, fold the thin cushion out, and take a seat. It’s that easy.

D-Vision Chair in a Box

The fold-out cushion looks a bit thin from the images, so don’t expect it to be the most comfortable chair in the world. But I really dig the fact that it’s multi-purpose and can be used as more than just a chair.

What do you think?

[via Yanko Design]

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Comments (2):

  1. cheapnbajerseyssale says:

    Awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  2. Donna says:

    Where can I purchase this chair in a box?

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