At first the Wheelbarrow Chair will simply look like an oddly shaped piece of furniture. At least to those city folk who aren't surrounded by such equipment very often. But once a person visualizes the Wheelbarrow Chair at a different angle, it will become immediately evident that it was inspired by a handcart. While this may not be the first chair to be modeled after a wheelbarrow, it does have a modern aesthetic going for it.
Designed by Karl Sanford, the Wheelbarrow Chair not only boasts a bright color, it also features a stunning wooden base. Made out of wood, the legs are held together with crossed steel bracing. With the exposed nuts and bolts, the Wheelbarrow Chair is subtly industrial.
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