It's perhaps unexpected that a seat that's as comfy as the Chevalet Armchair can also be easily disassembled and flattened. You might presume that stiff and hard surfaces make it up, but such is not the case with this piece of furniture.
The oak wood stand that Thomas Merlin designed is compared to a tripod easel, capable of hinging inwards when it isn't needed. The bucket seat is a soft shell of felt material with seams and creases that let it double over. The cushions are two plushy rectangles that have been stitched together and they easily tuck in half.
The Chevalet Armchair can be packed up and stashed away and assembled when extra seating is needed. It's quite a special supplementary system that's a vast improvement on your typical folding chair.