The Hyde-and-Seek Chair is made mostly of twigs collected from London's Hyde Park. This unique seat allows the sitter to feel in tune with nature and surrounded in their own kind of nest.
Egan Koo created the Hyde-and-Seek chair as part of the Superform Project at the Royal College of Art. It uses 217 twigs and 291 dowels and took three weeks to complete. Made completely by hand, this one-of-a-kind chair is probably not that comfortable to sit in, but it looks spectacular nevertheless.
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