Three in One

At first glance, the Three in One by Unbranded member, Kai-ning Huang, seems like a regular curved wooden chair. But it is much more than that. It is truly a fun, interactive, and practical piece that I could really see being sold on the market tomorrow.

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It starts off as being once solid wooden chair that can be disassembled to form two more identical counterparts. The user simply pulls off the sides of the original piece, creating two miniature L-shaped seats with cushions. The original chair still retains in its original form but is now stripped of material and appears to be more naked, modern, but still welcoming. The overall curvaceous form and light colors add an extra dimension of security and invitation to the user, which definitely limits the environment this product  can be placed in. Ideally, I can see this going into a smaller home or apartment for a younger aged user who wishes to save or simply create their own space.

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One suggestion for this piece was to add a table between the two removable side-seats so that it can be a complete set. What other advice can you give Huang or is it perfect the way it is?

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One thought on “Three in One

  1. Kristin says:

    I think this is a cute idea. I kind of with the original form looked more suitable for lounging. It really looks very uprght. Not sure how ergonomic it is or if it’s comfortable enough for sitting and reading. But, then again, it doesn’t necessarily have to. I do LOVE that it comes apart. I can see sitting on the chair and putting your feet on one of the cushioned options and then having the other close by with a tray for a drink or a book. Maybe it could also be turned upside down with the cushion on the bottom to provide a hard surface for a drink and book?

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