There is an endearing acronym associated with the Keep-it-Together Chair that fits the piece of furniture quite appropriately. The 'KIT' chair actually comes as a collection of separate components that invites the owner to construct it himself.
The box that contains the various armchair parts is the same size as the frame, so all of the pieces stack up for a tight and flatpacked arrangement that reduces shipping costs and cardboard. Once you've removed each angular item, instructions direct you as to their assembly. With strips of strong velcro, all components fit securely together, forming a contemporary geoform furnishing that's surprisingly ergonomic. Pieter Dauwe's Keep-it-Together Chair comes with matching black cushions and has been given high armrest ridges to support your elbows while you read.