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The 'Cinch' Chair Does Not Require Any Tools in Its Construction

 - Sep 28, 2018
References: cinchfurniture & design-milk
San Francisco-based design studio Box Clever works in collaboration with Melbourne-based furniture label 'French Furniture' on the minimally designed 'Cinch' chair. The furniture piece was originally designed to be shipped flat, but now offers even more simplistic elements. The Cinch chair can be assembled and disassembled completely without the need of any tools. Notably, the highlighting feature is the belt incorporated into the chair that secures the whole piece.

The Cinch is comprised of eight pieces in total, with four steps needed to assemble it -- the legs have to connect to the cross brace, then comes the attachment of the seat, then the backrest to the legs, and the belt around the legs to hold it all in place. The chair is available in two color options -- either a natural wood or black option. The natural wood is made from American white oak and the black option is constructed from reclaimed merbau.