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The Nest (1:2:3:4) Chair is Modeled After the Matryoshka Nesting Doll

 - Apr 2, 2011
References: kirstenwhite & design-milk
The Nest (1:2:3:4) chair shows a very modern yet unique way of compromising furniture for space. Perfect for shoebox condos and bachelor apartments owned by people who love to have guests over, this chair actually holds three other ones within it.

Designed by Kirsten White and built by Jeremy Cox and Lucas Brancalion, the Nest (1:2:3:4) chair seems modeled after the traditional matryoshka nesting doll, as each individual chair rests within a slightly bigger one.

Since the chairs become significantly smaller through the layers, the Nest (1:2:3:4) chair is more suitable for family homes. With its playful design, and varied bright colors, the seat definitely fits well into children play areas and classrooms alike.