The Kokkode Chair by Andrea Santarossa is Made to Correct Postures

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 28, 2012 • References: andreasantarossa & yankodesign
The Kokkode Chair may seem like a piece of furniture geared towards children due to its fun egg shape, but it was actually created with the intention of correcting people's postures. Of course, this can go for both kids and adults. Like a stool and bean bag in one, the Kokkode Chair has a cushioned surface that allows the sitter to sink in subtly for a comfortable perch.

Designed by Andrea Santarossa for ILPO, the Kokkode Chair was constructed using a cold polyurethane foam injection instead of beans. Complete with a counter weight on the bottom, the Kokkode Chair conveniently adapts to the posture a person needs in a particular position. Whether a person sits on the Kokkode Chair length-wise or width-wise, it encourages good posture. Stats for Egg-Shaped Seats Trending: Older & Mild
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