The Minimalist and Chic Heureka Chair Can Be Assembled Without Screws

 - May 8, 2017
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Young designer Timo Spelleken's Heureka chair is an innovative and contemporary chair designed with manufacturers and consumers in mind. The chair, which was featured at Milan Design Week, has grooves in its back so that the metal pieces can slide together. The grooves allow for a screw-less assembly, which grants the consumer a valuable element of ease and convenience, a luxury most furniture items don't provide.

Spelleken was inspired to make his screw-less chair to provide manufacturers with furniture that's easier to transport. The flat pack chair's compact design allows for fast shipping that requires minimal packaging.

The Heureka chair is made with beechwood and metal frames -- materials that are synonymous with strength and durability -- providing the consumer with a chic and functional item. Space-saving chairs appeal to a market of urban Millennials who value eco-friendly solutions, functionality and convenience.