The Self-Sustainable Chair is an inflatable seat disguised as a dress. The outfit is made of polyethylene and connects to shoes with tubing. These shoes act like pumps while the wearer is walking to effectively inflate the rear end of the dress into a portable stool--right where you need one.
The chair was designed by JooYoun Paek for Conflux 2008 in New York City this weekend. The art and technology festival is a celebration of creative exploration of urban public space.
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