Ian Walton's 'ulo' Seat Saves on Space With Multiple Configurations

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Mar 17, 2009 • References: & anonimiss.wordpress
Small space design considers the experience of the resident in order to provide for his or her comfort, but many furnishings fail to account for the same basic consumer needs. The 'ulo' chair is Irish industrial designer Ian Walton’s response to the growing need for furnishings that are appropriate for increasingly popular compact living spaces like the WeeHouse.

The ulo chair can be put into the ‘upright’ configuration for working, studying or eating, or transformed to a ‘lounge’ configuration for leisure-based activities like reading or watching videos. Stats for Interchangeable Chairs Trending: Older & Mild
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