Seating solutions are typically characterized by four legs, a seat and a backrest, but the conceptual 'Superglue' chair aims to change this with a design that draws inspiration from industrial aesthetics.
The chair is achieved with three pieces of sheet metal that have been strategically formed and curved before being attached using simple flat rivets. This creates an inherently fashionable look that is also comfortable, durable and multipurpose to make the seats perfect for a living space, waiting room or high-end lounge.
The conceptual 'Superglue' chair is the design work of Dmitry Kozinenko and would be surprisingly comfortable despite its metallic composition thanks to its ergonomic curves. The chair is part of a growing shift towards industrial design aesthetics that uses simple materials in stylish, functional ways to make them applicable for a wider breadth of consumers.