Beata Patasiute's EKSTramus Chair Rests in Different Positions

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 20, 2012 • References: patasiutebeata.wordpress & design-milk
The EKSTramus Chair may not be the first piece of furniture to feature a slew of legs, but it is one of the few that actually has a true purpose for them. Instead of being added for aesthetics only, each leg supports the chair when it is resting at different angles, allowing for a unique rocking motion that accommodates a person's various sitting positions. The EKSTramus Chair can specifically be placed in three positions (front, middle and back) and can easily be rotated to face any direction in a room.

Designed by Beata Patasiute, a Vilnius Academy of Arts student based in Lithuania, the EKSTramus Chair has a honeycomb aesthetic that is at once minimalist and bold. Simple and comfortable, it is great for both homes and offices. Stats for Multi-Legged Hexagonal Seating Trending: Older & Mild
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