Capitalizing on the ever-growing DIY culture is designer Ningal that has put together a series of open-source chairs that allow consumers to put the designs together themselves while working off a pre-set structure. The chairs are called FABrics and they are a DIY project that is fool-proof to put together.
The FABrics chair designs are made using 3D-print materials and laser-cutting technology to ensure precision and expert craftsmanship in each design. The seats are designed to be relaxing loungers with a hammock style seat suspended between a wooden frame that pieces together like a puzzle. The seat comes together in pieces and can be customized depending on the consumer's preferences depending on the wood finish, rivet styles and material. The pieces are then simply arranged and fastened together to create a functional seat.
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