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Try-Angle Chairs / chair

Try-Angle Chairs
Try-Angle Chairs

Try-Angle is a unique seating system consisting of triangular modules. Each module has only two legs and becomes a functionally complete three-legged chair when linked up to an adjacent chair. The angle of connection can be easily adjusted as desired. When not in use, the system can be dismantled into components for compact storage.

This is an exciting seating arrangement for people whose experience of connection has become mostly virtual. Especially, an educational setting where a friendly atmosphere is desired (e.g. a class attended by strangers) will benefit from the chair’s inherent need to borrow “the third leg” from someone else.

University

Tokyo University of the Arts

Tokyo University of the Arts
Tokyo, Japan