Perfect for small spaces, the 63 Degrees folding bench is a minimalist seat that expands and folds up for optimal usage. Unlike other folding chairs, the design of this one goes beyond the expected. Not only does it collapse into a basic wooden plank for easy storage, it looks like it offers two different sizes when opened up. The sides continue to expand out if more seating is required.
The 63 Degrees folding bench was designed by Angelina Barks, Bluemel Finn and Severin Arnold for a project at Kiel University of Applied Sciences. Made out of plywood that have been joined with black straps, the folding bench is clean and simple with a touch of ruggedness for added character. It would be perfect for any home.
Minimalist Expandable Seats
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