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Fitting / Chair

Fitting
Fitting

Ordinary chairs demand people to sit only in one position with straight back, arms on both armrests paralleled, and legs toward the front. However, people try to be free from invisible restriction, so they change their poses in every 30 seconds, leaning on right side, put one leg on the seat, or even sit backward. It is obvious that people need a new chair which fulfills their desire. Fitting suggests diverse poses of sitting in a chair despite others offer only one position. That’s why it is called ‘Fitting’, offering perfect fit to every postures that can be possible in a chair.

University

KyungHee University

KyungHee University
Suwon, South Korea

Design

KyungHee University

KyungHee University
Suwon, South Korea