The Feelchair Combines a Kooky Form with Hi-Tech Features

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 4, 2013 • References: & furnitureserved
The Feelchair is so much more than a lounger. At first glance, you might be inclined to assume that its most notable quality is unique form; however, you would be mistaken.

Designed by Thomas Demharter, the ergonomic recliner offers comfort and stability upon its seven insectile legs. The conical supports taper towards the floor like caterpillar feet, taking an asymmetrical arrangement for an alienesque aesthetic. A curvaceous seating surface sprawls out on top, boasting a range of unexpected features.

Clusters of massaging pads cover the upholstery, capable of vibrating to the sound of your music or the voice of the person with whom you're speaking on the phone. The Feelchair wirelessly connects to your smartphone and your mp3 player, enabling you to interact with your devices hands-free, with access to a built-in microphone and speakers. Stats for Cutting-Edge Caterpillar Perches Trending: Older & Warm
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