The 'ILY-I' is a mobility chair that looks and feels like a traditional piece of furniture yet will provide ample help when it comes to getting around the house. Designed by Setsu and Shinobu Ito for Aisin Seiki, the 'ILY-I' chair is capable of pivoting, rotating, moving and stopping with ease to ensure that users can maintain mobility.
The growing number of people who are elderly with limited mobility as well as those who are differently abled has created a strong need for solutions that make everyday life simpler. The 'ILY-I' mobility chair is an example of how the market is responding with items that are versatile yet don't look or feel like traditional mobility aids.
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- By: Michael HemsworthDec 22, 2016